Copy of new ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ novel stolen before release
June 12, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
LONDON – A finished duplicate of a new “Fifty Shades” book told from protagonist Christian Grey’s viewpoint has been stolen forward of a novel’s recover subsequent week, a UK publisher reliable Thursday.
The scheduled recover date — Jun 18 — coincides with a protagonist’s birthday, as clinging fans of a “Fifty Shades” novels might know.
The burglary might prompt fears that extracts or sum of a book will be leaked forward of that date.
A matter from a book’s UK publisher, Penguin Random House UK, said: ” ‘Grey’ will be published on Jun 18th — Christian Grey’s birthday — as planned.
“We can endorse that a Kent military are questioning a burglary of a finished duplicate of E.L. James’s new book ‘Grey.’ We will not be arising any serve statement.”
A mouthpiece for a Kent police, in southeastern England, pronounced officers “are creation inquiries after receiving a news that a book had been stolen on Jun 8.”
The novel is due to be published in a United States by Vintage Books, partial of Random House.
James pronounced in a matter posted on her site final week that she had created a book after receiving requests from “thousands of readers” for Christian’s indicate of view.
“Christian is a formidable impression and readers have always been preoccupied by his desires and motivations, and his uneasy past. Also, as anyone who has ever been in a attribute knows, there are dual sides to each story,” James said.
The trilogy of “Fifty Shades of Grey,” “Fifty Shades Darker” and “Fifty Shades Freed” held Hollywood’s attention, and a initial book was done into one of a many rarely expected films of 2015. The film starred Jamie Dornan as Christian and Dakota Johnson as his adore interest, Anastasia. It’s done some-more than $166 million given a recover on Feb 14.
The sequel, “FIfty Shades Darker,” is set to arrive in theaters in 2017.