Tomorrow Never Dies

Tomorrow Never Dies

by Raymond Benson, John Kenneth
     
 

Bond is back again on the big screen in a brilliant new adventure starring Pierce Brosnan. The cars are fast, the women seductive - and Bond's enemy is the most dangerous he has ever encountered.

From the snowy Khyber Pass to the sultry South China Sea, "Tomorrow Never Dies" is a breathtaking all-action story that pits Bond - and Britain - against a

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Bond is back again on the big screen in a brilliant new adventure starring Pierce Brosnan. The cars are fast, the women seductive - and Bond's enemy is the most dangerous he has ever encountered.

From the snowy Khyber Pass to the sultry South China Sea, "Tomorrow Never Dies" is a breathtaking all-action story that pits Bond - and Britain - against a power-mad global media mogul who is determined to destroy the world's peace.

Only 007 can prevent the outbreak of World War III - if he can stay alive long enough.

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Library Journal
Raymond Benson has expanded Bruce Feirstein's screenplay into an extremely enjoyable adventure novel, read with considerable expertise by John Kenneth. As in the better of the James Bond genre, this is not so much about plot and spying or any relation to a real world situation as it is about the 007 persona and how James is able to extract himself from impossible situations using his quick wits, athleticism, good looks, and general "coolness." The plot involves an unscrupulous media mogul, all the remaining national superpowers and pretenders, various male and female intelligence operatives who apparently are immune to AIDS or have learned to refrain from rational thought, and the expected military and mercenary contingents. Lots of action, sex, and violence here, but tastefully done with the good separated from the evil. A treat for Bond fans from teen to adult. Highly recommended.Cliff Glaviano, Bowling Green State Univ. Libs., OH

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781561009176
Publisher:
Brilliance Audio
Publication date:
12/01/1997
Series:
James Bond Series
Edition description:
Abridged, 2 Cassettes
Product dimensions:
4.28(w) x 6.94(h) x 0.63(d)

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