Friday, April 15, 2011

The Man Who Saved Britain

I've accepted the Blogging A to Z Challenge. All month, I'm going to blog about Books from A to Z.

Here is a list of some James Bond related books I have read over the years.

The Man Who Saved Britain

The Man Who Saved Britain: A Personal Journey into the Disturbing World of James BondLicence to Thrill

The Book of Bond

The James Bond Dossier

James Bond 007: A Report

The Battle for Bond

Kiss Kiss Bang Bang

The James Bond Bedside Companion

The Man With The Golden Touch

Bond and Beyond

The Incredible World of 007

Dressed to Kill: James Bond - The Suited Hero

The James Bond Films

James Bond in the Cinema

Roger Moore's James Bond Diary

The Politics of James Bond

And on top of all these, of course, are various novels by Ian Fleming, Kingsley Amis, John Gardner and Raymond Benson.

There are also a few James Bond related books on my shelves that I haven't read yet. Plus a slew of others I'd like to own but don't yet have, like Revisioning 007: James Bond and Casino Royale and James Bond and Philosophy and For Your Eyes Only: Ian Fleming and James Bond. And there's a new Bond novel coming out this summer - it has what is quite possibly the laziest cover art ever.

And you thought I was just a Star Trek nerd.

1 comment:

Marcus said...

I just finished reading "Diamonds Are Forever" two weeks ago. That one was pretty weak on a whole, but had some good moments. I seem to like the later Fleming Bond's like On Her Majesty's Secret Service, although Casino Royale was really impressive in the final third.