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Hardcover  Ü Solo Kindle í It isand James Bond is about to go solo, recklessly motivated by revengeA seasoned veteran of the service,is sent to single handedly stop a civil war in the small West African nation of Zanzarim Aided by a beautiful accomplice and hindered by the local militia, he undergoes a scarring experience which compels him to ignore M s orders in pursuit of his own brand of justice Bond s renegade action leads him to Washington, DC where he discovers a web of intrigue and witnesses fresh horrorsEven if Bond succeeds in exacting his revenge, a man with two faces will come to stalk his every waking moment


10 thoughts on “Solo

  1. Alejandro Alejandro says:

    With Licence to Read BOND, ONLY BOND The Year 1969.The place West Africa.The Mission Oh, something easyjust to stop a civil war.Bond, only Bond.I had good expectations about this new novel about James Bond.The first thing that I liked it was the title of the book Solo I liked it since I know that Ian Fleming creator of James Bond was involved in the pre production of the 60


  2. Elizabeth Heritage Elizabeth Heritage says:

    Hmm.It s not that I didn t like this book it s well plotted and the writing is perfectly competent it s that it turns out I really don t like James Bond.This came as something of a shock I ve always enjoyed the films, especially Skyfall, starring the immensely talented Daniel Craig Bond is glamorous, witty, strong, loyal, balletically violent, looks great in a tux everything I could


  3. Ken Ken says:

    Bond is sent to Zanzarin to help end the civil war in the Africa country.Boyd really captures the essence of Flemings original novels, both in Bond s character and the tone of the writing.Both London and the fictional African country is brilliantly brought to life.It s a great fun ready, an enjoyable addition to the cannon.


  4. Mark Mark says:

    The book opens with a chapter where Bond looks back on the first time where he as a young soldier in the aftermath of the invasion in Normandy 1944 for the first time faces death And is actually fine reading and shows a promise for the book.Then 007 gets shipped of the Africa where he is supposed to end a civil war by taking out the leader of one of the parties involved It all goes of course horrible


  5. Martyn Perry Martyn Perry says:

    I think it s important to remember when a new Bond book comes out that this isn t, and never will be, an Ian Fleming Bond book What Faulks did with his writing as Ian Fleming was a nice gimmick for want of a better phrase, but i ve always felt that the continuation of the Bond franchise in book form always works best when authors put their own spin on the writing style If anything, it s a little bit like a co


  6. Sophie Narey (Bookreview- aholic) Sophie Narey (Bookreview- aholic) says:

    Published 08 10 2013Author William BoydRecommended for fans of action booksWilliam Boyd is a very good and talented author and I think he did a brilliant job with this book It was compeling, keeps your attention, the storyline is also very good I think that people who enjoy the original Ian Fleming James Bond books will enjoy this book as well As I love James Bond I was abit sceptical about reading a James Bond book n


  7. Glen Glen says:

    It s 1968, and James bond, turning 45 years old, is sent into a dirty war in Africa.This is not the James Bond that Fleming wrote about Rather, it s boring guy having a mid life crisis The villain isn t strong enough to hold any sort of interest It s like a 1970 s moral equivalence type novel.


  8. F.R. F.R. says:

    So, James Bond heads to a small war torn African republic Fair enough What s the point in William Boyd writing a Bond novel if he doesn t do the stuff which interests him It s 1969 and Bond is sent to Zanzarim, a fictional country caught up in a drawn out civil war Oil has been discovered and it s up to Bond to bring this conflict to a swift conclusion From there we have double agents, triple agents, psychotic South African mercenaries


  9. Rob Thompson Rob Thompson says:

    Boyd is in many ways a natural choice to produce a new instalment in the Bond series He has written good quality spy stories of his own, and also has a track record of novels set in exotic locales He doesn t disappoint here In fact, this was a great deal better than I d expected.Saying that, the main problem is not so much the plot but the storytelling This isn t a thriller by any means as it lacks urgency Not uneventful, but with little incide


  10. Mladen Mladen says:

    As some who has never read a 007 novel or spy novels in general This was my first book that I read, about the famous double agent Before that, I only knew him through movies, played by 6 different actors in the main role Before i share my thoughts on the book.I would like to mention that this book is set in the 60s, the Connery era.Where it sa tactical spy story with some actions here and there.So if you were expecting something like, Brosnan or Craig 0


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