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Publisher's Summary

Before the man became the legend. Before the boy became the man.

Young Bond is back - and his fate will be decided by the flip of a coin: heads or tails - live or die....

©2016 Ian Fleming Publications Limited (P)2016 W F Howes Ltd

Critic Reviews

"Action-packed, with references to Fleming's Bond that will surprise and delight the most avid Bond fan." (Mail on Sunday, on Young Bond: Shoot to Kill)
"[Cole] is a master of action, and the scenes on the sinister airship as it makes its way over the Atlantic are particularly tense." (The Financial Times, on Young Bond: Shoot to Kill)

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  • 01-01-17

Once Again A Good Story, Brilliantly Read.

Young Bond and Alex Ryder are somewhat interchangeable we feel, but both are hugely enjoyable. Nathaniel Parker is a fantastic narrator for the Bond stories.

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  • 09-23-16

Oi Oi Savaloy, He has done it again!

Phwoar loved it, I bet they will be making a movie of him next ;-). Lovely Nathaniel as always teehee his accents are always top notch. Thank You

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  • 09-09-16

The series continues to entertain

I was very interested to see how Steve Cole would continue the good work that Charlie higson started, this the second of his is very good, he has hit the stylistic stride of the series perfectly. This story is possibly a little weaker than the previous, it rolls to a conclusion very quickly, but still found it engaging