The Fifty Shades of Grey is an erotic romance novel authored by E.L James and published in 2011. It was the first of the Fifty Shades series that narrates the relationship between Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey. Anastasia (Ana) is a college graduate while Grey is a young entrepreneur. The book was only available online and could also be printed on demand. It topped the best-seller categories all over the world including the UK and US. You can listen to Fifty Shades Freed Audiobook free online and read in other digital formats such as PDFs and E-books.
50 Shades of Grey Audio Book Summary
Ana is a college student attending Washington State University together with her friend Kate. Kate writes for the college newspaper and at one time asked Ana to assist her because of a minor illness. Ana was to question Grey, the young but wealthy entrepreneur in Seattle. Ana finds Grey attractive, but a bit intimidating. At the end of the interview, Ana believed she performed poorly but with no regrets because he will never meet Grey again. It is, however, unfortunate that Grey visits the hardware where Ana works to purchase some items. Ana requests to take some photos to be used in the newspaper article, and he ends up giving her an appointment for a photo shoot.
After the photo shoot, he asks her out for coffee and she agrees. She discovers he is single and not dating, but finds she is less attractive for the entrepreneur. She later receives some copies of books which delights her. While on a drinking spree with her friends, he stumbles on Grey and the drinking continues to beyond her control. When she wakes up, she finds herself in a hotel room together with Grey. Grey expresses his interests of having sex with her. While on a date with him, he asks her to sign an agreement that forbids her from exposing anything that happens between them. He discovers she is a virgin and decides to have sex with her without her signing the agreement. Grey invites her out for supper where she discovers more of his sexual escapades.
She then starts receiving packages from him including a laptop to help her carry out research projects. He requests her to sign other contracts about their sexual relationship but refuses to honor sections of the agreement. She is not comfortable with the idea of having unromantic sex with him and, therefore, decides to run away from him. They meet after her graduation, and she agrees to sign the submissive contract. After getting a job with SAP, she decides to dishonor the agreement. After a demo of the expected punishments for failing to honor the BDSM relationship, she realizes they are incompatible and gives up on the relationship.
To highlight some of the new releases on the Hungaroton label, there is the world premiere recording of Il Barbiere Di Siviglia by Paisiello (1740-1816) which predates the Rossini version by some 35 years. A new series of the complete chamber music with flute by Lajtha (1892-1963) has just been issued with a disc including the two trios for flute, harp, and cello. The highly acclaimed harpsichord player Szilvia Elek is featured on a disc of music by Jacquet de la Guerre (c1664-1729).
There are also some exciting releases on the GEGA label of music played by violinist Devorina Gamalova. The recording by this English studied artist includes the Poulenc violin sonata, Schumann’s Marchenbilder Op113 and the Little Suite for solo viola by Goleminov (b1908). There is also a new recording of the oratorio version of Haydn’s Seven Last Words of Our Saviour on the Cross.
We have also just started distributing discs from the Slovak Music Fund (Hudobny Fond) and if your taste is in 20th Century Czech Music make sure you look at these pages.
These are just a few of the new additions to the catalog in January; please feel free to search for what you need and even if you cannot find what you want you can always e-mail us, and we can try and get it for you.