SilverFin: Young Bond Book #1 by Charlie Higson | Penguin Random House Canada
Yes it was ok, I liked it but overall disappointed in the actual story. However, I was not sure what to think, as much of my love of the Bond character is around his cold, cool demeanor and his dispassionate dispatching of baddies with his licence to kill. That said, this novel was incredible. It far surpassed my expectations as it set the stage for so much of what was to come; so many references were made to the future James Bond and the people in his life, the backstory we knew existed but never saw in detail, and the many likes and dislikes he will have in later years.
Furthermore, the adventure was believable and fitting, considering this is the year old James; it explores the death of his parents, his time at Eton and early experiences that will forever shape him.
ISBN 13: 9780141318592
Well about half the world has. This book is about James Bond but when he was younger. It's called Silverfin and is by Charlie Higson.
hostmaster.vinylextras.com/gutless.php It is the first book in the Young Bond series and I really liked it. It starts out with James at this new school in England because he is an orphan. He meets lots of people including this boy and his dad, the Hellbores.
Hellbore used to work with his dad and they were rivals. During break James went to Scotland and lived with his aunt and uncle. Turns out Mr.
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Hellbore is like the leader of the town he lives in. He has to solve a mystery about a murder. On the way he meets many people, many obstacles, and has to solve this quite old mystery. I think that if you like mystery and sci-fi as well and action packed books, then this book is definitely for you. Also if you enjoyed the Alex Rider series by Anthony Horowitz, you will like this. I would definitely rate this book 5 stars and I hope you read and enjoy this book.
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