Books

Fleming book reviews (3/3)

April 2nd, 2020 by

In the last of this three part series Kathryn Smith shares her thoughts and impressions of Ian Fleming’s final 007 books. On Her Majesty’s Secret Service I really did enjoy this book and found that it was very close to the film adaptation. There were still a few things mentioned in the book that were […]

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Bond vs Bond reviewed

March 17th, 2020 by

This latest edition of Bond vs Bond is reviewed by Eoghan Lyng. This Coronavirus is a bugger. It’s buggered up the workplace, the shopping trips, even the Bond series. In fifty years, no one has proven bigger or stronger than Bond. Then an invisible disease arrives to scurry the film into an undisclosed corner for […]

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Bond vs Bond: The Many Faces of 007

March 3rd, 2020 by

Revised and updated version of the book published by Race Point Publishing today. Who is your favorite Bond? Whether you prefer Sean Connery to Roger Moore or Daniel Craig to Pierce Brosnan, you’ll find every incarnation of the debonair spy in this unofficial comprehensive guide. Revised and updated, this paperback edition of Bond vs. Bond […]

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Fleming book reviews (2/3)

February 11th, 2020 by

In this second of three articles Kathryn Smith shares her thoughts and impressions of five more James Bond books by Ian Fleming. Read part 1 here At the end of From Russia, with Love Bond was poisoned by Rosa Klebb, leaving the series on a cliff hanger. But while he looked death in the face, […]

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Fleming book reviews (1/3)

January 21st, 2020 by

In the first of three articles Kathryn Smith pens her thoughts and impressions of Ian Fleming’s 007 books. Like many people around the world I enjoy the exploits of Britain’s greatest secret agent. But during 2019 I set myself the task of reading all of Ian Fleming’s James Bond books. Many of you must be […]

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Review: The Many Lives of James Bond

November 27th, 2019 by

Eoghan Lyng reviews The Many Lives of James Bond by Mark Edlitz. Roger Moore was louche, George Lazenby brittle, two brilliant men with very different attitudes, philosophies and approaches to how James Bond could and should be presented. In a part deliciously malleable, many men have taken to playing him on and off screen and many […]

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The Many Lives of James Bond

November 19th, 2019 by

The Many Lives of James Bond offers the largest ever collection of original interviews with actors who have played Bond in different media.

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Titan to publish book on making of No Time to Die

November 8th, 2019 by

Titan Books announces No Time to Die: The Making of the Film to be published in April. Titan Books is delighted to announce a new collaboration with Eon Productions to publish the official making of book for No Time To Die, the 25th official James Bond 007 film. In Daniel Craig’s 5th outing as 007, Bond has […]

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Anthony Horowitz in talks for third Bond novel

September 30th, 2019 by

Bond continuation author keen to do third book if agreement reached with IFP. 

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New book covering Pierce Brosnan’s days as 007 now available

August 16th, 2019 by

The Bond of the Millenium takes an in-depth look at Pierce Brosnan’s time as James Bond. The first time Pierce Brosnan went to the cinema, aged 11, he watched a James Bond film. At the age of 27, he married a James Bond girl. He had the chance of playing James Bond himself at the […]

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