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The Man With the Golden Gun by Ian Fleming
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The Man With the Golden Gun (1965)

by Ian Fleming

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James Bond is set up to kill his boss M in his office in London. This is just the beginning of a struggle between Bond and Scaramanga, the one they call the man with the golden gun.
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Mr. Fleming's attempt at American slang is more than a little amusing. ( )
  cwcoxjr | Sep 5, 2019 |
Truly awful. Bond-listening-to-complete-scenes-and-long-passages-of-dialogue-through-a-champagne-glass-pressed-against-a-wall awful. My threshold for Bond books is very low, but this is a real stinker. This is the kind of book where the villains pontificate about their plans and which Mike Meyers skewered so well in the Austin Powers movies. And the big threat is ... gambling in Jamaica! With possible KGB involvement! It's over before it even begins and reads like it was written in one sitting without ever having been reread or edited. Yet again, 007 proves that sometimes the movie is better than the book. ( )
  Stubb | Aug 28, 2018 |
Upper-Intermediate High, James Bond
  ChatterMatters | Jul 17, 2018 |
Upper-Intermediate High, James Bond
  ChatterMatters | Jul 17, 2018 |
My 1st James Bond /007 book!!! Yeah me.... was pleased with the story and the characters;predictable of course but fun none the less ( )
  longhorndaniel | Jul 19, 2017 |
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