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The Spy Who Loved Me (James Bond, #10) He Was About Six Feet Tall, Slim And Fit The Eyes In The Lean , Slightly Tanned Face Were A Very Clear Grey Blue And As They Observed The Men They Were Cold And Watchful His Good Looks Had A Dangerous, Almost Cruel Quality That Had Frightened Me But Now I Knew He Could Smile, I Thought His Face Exciting, In A Way No Face Had Ever Excited Me Before Vivienne Michel Is In Trouble Trying To Escape Her Tangled Past, She Has Run Away To The American Backwoods, Winding Up At The Dreamy Pines Motor Court A Far Cry From The Privileged World She Was Born To, The Motel Is Also The Destination Of Two Hardened Killers The Perverse Sol Horror And The Deadly Sluggsy Morant When A Coolly Charismatic Englishman Turns Up, Viv, In Terrible Danger, Is Not Just Hopeful, But Fascinated Because He Is James Bond, 007 The Man She Hopes Will Save Her, The Spy She Hopes Will Love Her

Librarian Note There isthan one author in the Goodreads database with this name Ian Lancaster Fleming was a British author, journalist and Second World War Navy Commander He was a grandson of the Scottish financier Robert Fleming, who founded the Scottish American Investment Trust and the merchant bank Robert Fleming Co.Fleming is best remembered for creating the character of James Librarian Note There isthan one author in the Goodreads database with this name Ian Lancaster Fleming was a British author, journalist and Second World War Navy Commander He was a grandson of the Scottish financier Robert Fleming, who founded the Scottish American Investment Trust and the merchant bank Robert Fleming Co.Fleming is best remembered for creating the character of James Bond and chronicling his adventures in twelve novels and nine short stories Additionally, Fleming wrote the children s story Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and two non fiction books

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  • Paperback
  • 198 pages
  • The Spy Who Loved Me (James Bond, #10)
  • Ian Fleming
  • English
  • 17 September 2017
  • 0142003263

10 thoughts on “The Spy Who Loved Me (James Bond, #10)

  1. says:

    This book was a disgusting piece of shit Avoid at all costs.What You want details Okay For one thing, I have no idea what possessed Fleming to write a book from a female first person perspective He is a misogynist Trying to write from a female perspective when you barely acknowledge that women are human is problematic at best.It seems as if his main aim was to use first person female perspective in order to write lurid and titillating to an asshole male reader scenes of sex from a wom This book was a disgusting piece of shit Avoid at all costs.What You want details Okay For one thing, I have no idea what possessed Fleming to write a book from a female first person perspective He is a misogynist Trying to write from a female perspective when you barely acknowledge that women are human is problematic at best.It seems as if his main aim was to use first person female perspective in order to write lurid and titillating to an asshole male reader scenes of sex from a woman s point of view.So much sex is in this book, and very, very little of it is even resembling consensual The whole first third of the book is called Me and gives us all the history on our heroine, Viv Michel Vivienne Fleming, instead of describing her likes, dislikes,...

  2. says:

    I WAS RUNNING away I was running away from England, from my childhood, from the winter, from a sequence of untidy, unattractive love affairs, from the few sticks of furniture and jumble of overworn clothes that my London life had collected around me and I was running away from drabness, fustiness, snobbery, the claustrophobia of close horizons and from my inability, although I am quite an attractive rat, to make headway in the rat race In fact, I was running away from almost everything except I WAS RUNNING away I was running away from England, from my childhood, from the winter, from a sequence of untidy, unattractive love affairs, from the fe...

  3. says:

    Rating 3.75 of five1977 s film, not 1962 s book, is under discussion The film is not one single thing like the book Apparently, the story was forbidden to the filmmakers, though not the title I had no idea the films were so contentious, litigious, and all around ornery to make This rewatch has been quite an education.I now know I will never be A Critic, as in publicly known to the civilians, in books, music, or film I hate the Po Mo MFA Pit Sniffers in vogue among Those Who Read Seriously Rating 3.75 of five1977 s film, not 1962 s book, is under discussion The film is not one single thing like the book Apparently, the story was forbidden to the filmmakers, though not the title I had no idea the films were so contentious, litigious, and all around ornery to make This rewatch has been quite an education.I now know I will never be A Critic, as in publicly known to the civilians, in books, music, or film I hate the Po Mo MFA Pit Sniffers in vogue among Those Who Read Seriously tedious people, even bores avoid them I LOATHE rap, hip hop, hoop hup, elektronik bullshit non music And, yodels from the film establishment aside, I thought this entry in the series was meh because the villain s a bore, the Bond Girl looks like an insect with a boob job, and it stars Simon Templar Loved the car A Lotus that turns into a submarine Yee haw Since Jaws was our baddie s executioner, and actor Richard Kiel isn t blond, built, or hunky, ther...

  4. says:

    The Spy who Loved Me is of course the odd James Bond novel The book which is told from a female point of view, the episode where Commander James Bond is not even mentioned until over halfway through, the one which doesn t seem like a spy novel at all It s an interesting experiment, but what struck me on re reading it now was how poorly conceived and badly executed it was.Nothing in Ian Fleming s other novels suggests that he had a great understanding or appreciation of female characters The Spy who Loved Me is of course the odd James Bond novel The book which is told from a female point of view, the episode where Commander James Bond is not even mentioned until over halfway through, the one which doesn t seem like a spy novel at all It s an interesting experiment, but what struck me on re re...

  5. says:

    Wow This was something else A terrible, terrible something else The Spy Who Loved Me differs from all of the other Bond books, in that it s written in the first person, from the perspective of Vivienne Michel, a vivacious young lady who finds herself alone, looking after a motor lodge in north eastern America.The book falls into three sections the first looks at Vivienne s background and how she came to find herself babysitting an empty motel Essentially, this is a depressing look at the g Wow This was something else A terrible, terrible something else The Spy Who Loved Me differs from all of the...

  6. says:

    I liked this one muchthan Casino Royale This is told from the perspective of a woman named Vivian, who manages to comment on Bond s sweaty, naked chest a couple of times while getting shot at It was apparently worth the risk of getting shot just to have this view.Vivian is on a road trip after two failed love affairs when she s offe...

  7. says:

    Well that was different Ian Fleming really changed things up with his 9th novel in the James Bond series Tenth book in the series if you count the collection of novelettes in For Your Eyes Only First, Fleming changes from his usual third person point of view to a first person telling of the tale Second, we don t see the story unfold from Bond s eyes but rather from Vivienne Viv Michel, a young Canadian lady trying to escape from her unlucky at love past and fleeing to small town America Well that was different Ian Fleming really changed things up with his 9th novel in the James Bond series Tenth book in the series if you count the collection of novelettes in For Your Eyes Only First, Fleming changes from his usual third person point of view to a first person telling of the tale Second, we don t see the story unfold from Bond s eyes but rather from Vivienne Viv Michel, a young Canadian lady trying to escape from her unlucky at love past and fleeing to small town America She gets caught up in what appears to be a mobster crime story, and two dangerous hoodlums.The novel is bro...

  8. says:

    Craptacular.

  9. says:

    When I read Diamonds are Forever, I was struck by how dissimilar the movie was to the book Obviously the movies are loosely based on the books, and some areloosely based than others.This is the most loosely based ones to date.In fact, the only thing connected to the book in this case is the title.Here s the trailer from 1977 Look at all that action The skiing The guns The splosions The thingy coming out of the water None of those things exist in the book The Bond girl from movie i When I read Diamonds are Forever, I was struck by how dissimilar the movie was to the book Obviously the movies are loosely based on the books, and some areloosely based than others.This is the most loosely based ones to date.In fact, the only thing connected to the book in this case is the title.Here s the trailer from 1977 Look at all that action The skiing The guns The splosions The thingy coming out of the water None of those things exist in the book The Bond girl from movie is Major Anya Amasova from the KGB, played by Barbara Bach The Bond girl from the book is Vivienne Mi...

  10. says:

    Not too impressed with this onetoo much soap opera for me I suppose But even after all the blood shed, violence and warnings that men involved in this sort of life no matter which side are still dangerousViv is still in love with Bond.Should I sigh here

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