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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 4, 2003

    Bond At His BEst!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    This is one of the best Bond novels Benson has written.There are tons of twists in this book and that's what makes it interesting.Ian Fleming's Bond books are better but Benson is the only one making the Bond novels currentley so if you see his other books pick these up!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 4, 2001

    Great adventure by Benson.

    Great writing by the author of 'Zero Minus Ten'. great Bond adventure at its best! Flawless! Superior! Benson's 007 is a chip off the old block! Great fun is to be had by all who read it! Don't pass this one. Buy today and read it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 30, 2001

    Benson's most ambitious Bond book

    In all great trilogies Part II is always the darkest chapter, and this is certainly the case with DOUBLESHOT (part II of Benson¿s 'Union Trilogy'). Having received a nasty high altitude head injury in the previous book, HIGH TIME TO KILL, Bond is now a physical wreck who fears he may be going crazy. He can¿t even drive -- doctor¿s orders! Is he going crazy, or is it the villain messing with him? That¿s DOUBLESHOT. Some fans don't like seeing Bond in this condition, but I really think it's what makes this book something special and a standout. And Bond is back at the top of his game in the next and concluding chapter, NEVER DREAM OF DYING, so why not take a journey into Bond's psyche for this one book? Oh, and the femme-fatale killer, Margareta Piel, is Benson¿s kinkiest creation yet. Benson is doing an amazing job carrying on the literary James Bond tradition, and DOUBLESHOT is one of his most interesting and ambitious books.

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