New ‘Fifty Shades Of Grey’ Book Reportedly Stolen Week Before Release Date
June 11, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
Just days before a recover of E.L. James’ new book, “Grey,” military are questioning a burglary of a duplicate that could bluster sales. Should a book strike a internet before a recover date, sales that already looked to make “Grey” a bestseller could discourage disastrously.
The book was reported blank Tuesday, usually as Penguin Random House was scheming for a vast scale edition of a hotly-anticipated book. According to a Mirror, a edition residence done no criticism as a military began their investigation.
The outlet also reported there were fears as to either a thieves would unleash early copies to a tip bidder. Such a pierce would criticise a privacy and caring stealing a prolongation of “Grey” from a public. This kind of intensity trickle could bluster a book’s large sale intensity if expelled a week before a book is accessible to a public. E.L. James’s “Fifty Shades of Grey” trilogy have sole over 125 million copies so far.
In a warn pierce for fans, usually months after a pound recover of a large shade instrumentation of E.L. James’ initial novel, a author announced on Instagram her new book was headed to shelves. “Grey” is not to be deliberate a supplement of a renouned “Fifty Shades” series, though merely a retelling of events from Christian Grey’s indicate of view. E.L. James suggested on Twitter that “Grey” would usually cover a events in a initial book.
The book was a best-seller roughly instantly. With a book’s release set to coincide with a character’s birthday on Jun 18, several vendors like Barnes and Noble and Amazon have reported record figures. No meant feat, deliberation “Grey” shot to a tip of a charts in reduction than a day of James’ announcement.