In "Octopussy", the legendary 007 is sent to Jamaica to deal with a rich, deranged major with a fondness for eight-legged creatures.
In "The Living Daylights", Bond's mission is to kill the KGB sniper, code named Trigger, who will try to prevent an important Russian official from defecting.
"The Property of a Lady" finds Bond at an auction, tracking down an exotic object d'art and a deceptive woman.
Shaken? Stirred? Check out 007's other assignments.
Octopussy ©1965 The Literary Executors of Ian Fleming; (P)2000 Blackstone Audio Inc.
The Living Daylights ©1962 Ian Fleming;(P)2000 Blackstone Audio Inc.
The Property of a Lady ©1963 Ian Fleming; (P)2000 Blackstone Audio Inc.
"Three James Bond novellas come alive in [Simon Vance's] expert hands....[Vance] gives Bond a smooth, urbane voice, managing not to reflect any of the actors who've played the British spy on screen. He also nimbly handles the major's inner dialogue in Octopussy." (AudioFile)
The action-oriented espionage classics by Ian Fleming are always an enjoyable read, or in this case, listen. The audio is great, and the narrator's voice and accent create an enthralling, believable production of the literature.
I wasted a credit by buying this. I already had these stories on Quantum Solace. The stories are great, but I'm leaving the "rate" at one star because I was deceived.
Fleming's famous protagonist through the skilled narration of Simon Vance delivers a cool set of stories, perfect for a short commute or leisure drive.
Storyline was great. Narration was on par with the storyline.as usual Fleming excites the reader and draws him/her into the action.
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