This young adult novel by C.R. Coen is definitely quite the adventure.
“Fleming’s Live And Let Die is a completely different beast from the cheesy but entertaining 1973 Roger Moore version.”
” It’s the night before Hogswatch, an Discian holiday with a remarkable similarity to Christmas, and all round Ankh-Morpork all the little children are sleeping and waiting for their presents.”
“The audiobook is well written with each section being easy to understand and enjoy both on their own merits and collectively as a whole.”
Rather than being a behind the scenes biography almost of the books and films, it is composed mostly of quotes taken from interviews with numerous figures of Bond lore cut together in a scrapbook fashion to tell a complete history of the production both behind of and in front of the camera along with additional material by the authors.
“I think it’s time to discuss something that’s helped keep me relatively sane throughout all of this year’s chaos. That something?: Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon.”
“The Necrons were once the Necrontyr…and our two rival main characters both have their plan for the future of the Necron race.”
” Be it a tale of the lady Berenice, the infamous raven or perhaps the unfortunate fall of the House of Usher I can easily imagine Price and Rathbone taking turns to tell the spooky stories or perhaps making it into a contest.”
“The audiobook version I experienced was produced by Audible and is one of several audio productions.”
“Our tale is on a world of the Administratum, cut off from the remainder of the Imperium by an enormous warp storm.”