Fifty Shades of Grammar: just how bad WAS the writing?

If you're less into BDSM and more into CMOS, you might be wondering just how well the writing in "Fifty Shades of Grey" conforms to the norms of grammatical construction. From Grammarly comes this analysis of the types of proofreading gaffs you might find in this bestseller. For the record, Grammarly has never run MY book through their analysis, but (for obvious reasons), I'm sure it would pass with flying colors.

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