Bestseller "Fifty Shades of Grey" is flying off bookstore shelves and library shelves, if it’s available. Some libraries in Wisconsin and Georgia have even banned the trilogy of books from their collections feeling they're too graphic. Glenna Rhoades with the Deschutes County Library says they never considered banning the book. “I was just talking to someone and said there are other books that I’ve read that obviously people don't know about. I’ll have to do a comparison, which one is more graphic.” Some libraries in Florida temporarily banned the "Shades of Grey" books but added them back to the collection, when patrons complained.