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The Bluffer's Guide to Bond by Mark Mason

Published May 3, 2013

The Bluffer's Guide to Bond by Mark Mason

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  • Author Mark Mason
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Thoughts

I read this because I have a vague long-term goal to watch all the Bond films in order, and thought this could be a bit of a quick-start guide. It does fulfil that role, although it is also a bit snobbish in repeating the fact that the books are better than the films. I also want to read the books too, so that was not necessarily a bad thing.

There are spoilers ahoy, which isn’t a problem because I’ve already forgotten most of them, and it’s a quick, conversational read. I wasn’t that bothered about actually being able to bluff my way through a Bond conversation, but if any of the facts have sunk in then you never know, it could be useful.

Rating: Unrated

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