Monday, July 27, 2015

50 Shades of Grey: the fans will read the fourth volume to the beach – Le Figaro

The French version of the new book of erotic successful series of British EL James, out Tuesday, July 28 and already recorded 13,000 pre-orders in France.

The French version of the fourth book of erotic hit series Fifty Shades of Grey of British EL James, out Tuesday, July 28 and already recorded 13,000 pre-orders in Hexagon, announced Monday editions JC Lattes

The book, which is titled Grey. Fifty Shades of Grey by Christian , was released simultaneously in France, Belgium, Switzerland, the country where it is drawn to a total of 500,000 copies, and Canada (75,000 copies). Pre-orders in France, on Amazon and Fnac sites reach 13,000 copies, told AFP the sales manager editions JC Lattes, Philippe Dorey.

The book tells the sadomasochistic relationship between Anastasia Steele and businessman Christian Grey in terms of Christian.

Already published in the United States and Great Britain on June 18, he was number one in sales for several weeks in these countries before being dethroned by Go Set a Watchman Harper Lee, published July 14. In the United States, Grey had sold over 950,000 copies to 19 July. It was also released in Italy July 3 and Spain on July 16.

The output of the French version, originally scheduled for September 10, was finally brought forward to late July, “not to deprive the summer book readers, “said Philippe Dorey, stressing that” there is a lot of waiting. “

A team including including three translators was mobilized to prepare the book time. “It was a small logistical feat,” according to the commercial director.

The first book, Fifty Shades of Grey, was released in its French version in October 2012. Volumes two ( Fifty darker shades ) and three ( Fifty Shades Freed ) had been published in France in January and February 2013. The original trilogy was sold to more 125 million copies worldwide. In France, it has passed in total to more than 7.2 million copies across all editions.

The film adaptation of the first volume, released in France in February, reported 570 million worldwide. The suite is expected on the big screen February 10, 2017.


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