Young James Bond 01 Silverfin (cd) (Young Bond)

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9780141806037: Young James Bond 01 Silverfin (cd) (Young Bond)

File note strictly confidential - authorised personnel only. Subject: James Bond, Age: 13, Description: dark hair that falls in a comma above his brow, despite efforts to control it; blue eyes; tall for age; surprisingly strong; fluent French, good German. Essential components: a villain so vile no white fluffy cat would go near him; a girl - blond, green-eyed, named Wilder Lawless; and one fast car. Additional detail: sinister experiments at a remote castle in the Scottish Highlands; the disappearance of a young boy; and Britain building to war in the 1930s. Summary: A must-read book for spring. A hot sequel follows in autumn.

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Charlie Higson is a well-known writer of screenplays and adult thriller novels. He's also a performer, co-creator of The Fast Show, and can currently be seen on the BBC in Swiss Toni. Recently, people have begun to question whether this is the whole truth - or whether, in fact, it's an elaborate cover for a far more dangerous, secret career.

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This isn't the daring, suave, and skillful James Bond that blazes across movie screens every few years. This youthful Bond, still in high school, has insecurities, doesn't always get the girl, and isn't quite the best there is. But he is determined, resourceful, and brave as he discovers the strange machinations of Lord Randolph Halibor, the owner of the castle at Loch SilverFin. Delivering numerous accents, including upper-class British, as well as Scots, Midwestern American, and German, Nathaniel Parker proves his ability to transition from nationality to nationality, often in the same scene. Parker also executes Bond's voice with the precise amount of emotion every time, whether the lad is feeling brazen, fearful, lonely, or angry. L.E. © AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine

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