E.L. James Wrote A New Fifty Shades Book From Christian's Perspective

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Earlier today, E.L. James announced she'll soon be releasing another version of Fifty Shades of Grey. The book is called Grey, and will be told from Christian's point of view.

The book is set to debut on June 18 — Christian's birthday.

In a press release from Vintage/Anchor Books, a spokesperson for the publisher relayed the dedication readers will see in Grey. "This book is dedicated to those readers who asked...and asked... and asked... and asked for this," it reads. Clearly, this one's for the fans.

"As anyone who has ever been in a relationship knows, there are two sides to every story," James noted in the press release. The author confessed it's been a "great pleasure to return to my happy place...being with Christian and Ana in their universe."

The new book comes out in just a matter of weeks. Of course, this also means we likely have another installment in the Fifty Shades franchise to look forward to. Gird your loins, everyone.


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