“James Bond: Byte Sized” is a collection of updated articles first published between 2002 and 2012 on the website “The James Bond Dossier” covering the books of Ian Fleming and Eon Production’s film series, which this year celebrates its 50th anniversary.
While the James Bond books were extremely popular, it was the films that created the phenomenal global success of agent 007 that continues today, half a century after Dr No, the first of the James Bond films, was premiered in London 1962.
“James Bond: Byte Sized” is divided into six different sections covering “50 Years of Cinematic James Bond”, “Food and Drink”, “Locations”, “Cars”, “Lifestyle” and “Collecting” and weighs in at some 15,000 words.
Articles cover why the gun barrel should return, the seven best pre-title sequences from the James Bond movies, a recipe for Scrambled Eggs James Bond and details of various locations from the books as well as the movie “Casino Royale” (2006). It also includes a section on further reading, listing Ian Fleming’s 007 novels, which are now available for Kindle, as well as a number of other titles referenced in the text.
Where to buy “James Bond: Byte Sized”
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