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Solo It isand James Bond is about to go solo, recklessly motivated by revengeA seasoned veteran of the service,is sent to single handedly stop a civil war in the small West African nation of Zanzarim Aided by a beautiful accomplice and hindered by the local militia, he undergoes a scarring experience which compels him to ignore M s orders in pursuit of his own brand of justice Bond s renegade action leads him to Washington, DC where he discovers a web of intrigue and witnesses fresh horrorsEven if Bond succeeds in exacting his revenge, a man with two faces will come to stalk his every waking moment



10 thoughts on “Solo

  1. Alejandro Alejandro says:

    With Licence to Read BOND, ONLY BOND The Year 1969.The place West Africa.The Mission Oh, something easyjust to stop a civil war.Bond, only Bond.I had good expectations about this new novel about James Bond.The first thing that I liked it was the title of the book Solo I


  2. Elizabeth Heritage Elizabeth Heritage says:

    Hmm.It s not that I didn t like this book it s well plotted and the writing is perfectly competent it s that it turns out I really don t like James Bond.This came as something of a shock I ve always enjoyed the films, especially Skyfall, starring the immensely talented Danie


  3. Ken Ken says:

    Bond is sent to Zanzarin to help end the civil war in the Africa country.Boyd really captures the essence of Flemings original novels, both in Bond s character and the tone of the writing.Both London and the fictional African country is brilliantly brought to life.It s a great fu


  4. Mark Mark says:

    The book opens with a chapter where Bond looks back on the first time where he as a young soldier in the aftermath of the invasion in Normandy 1944 for the first time faces death And is actually fine reading and shows a promise for the book.Then 007 gets shipped of the Africa where he


  5. Martyn Perry Martyn Perry says:

    I think it s important to remember when a new Bond book comes out that this isn t, and never will be, an Ian Fleming Bond book What Faulks did with his writing as Ian Fleming was a nice gimmick for want of a better phrase, but i ve always felt that the continuation of the Bond franchise in


  6. Sophie Narey (Bookreview- aholic) Sophie Narey (Bookreview- aholic) says:

    Published 08 10 2013Author William BoydRecommended for fans of action booksWilliam Boyd is a very good and talented author and I think he did a brilliant job with this book It was compeling, keeps your attention, the storyline is also very good I think that people who enjoy the original Ian Fle


  7. Glen Glen says:

    It s 1968, and James bond, turning 45 years old, is sent into a dirty war in Africa.This is not the James Bond that Fleming wrote about Rather, it s boring guy having a mid life crisis The villain isn t strong enough to hold any sort of interest It s like a 1970 s moral equivalence type novel.


  8. F.R. F.R. says:

    So, James Bond heads to a small war torn African republic Fair enough What s the point in William Boyd writing a Bond novel if he doesn t do the stuff which interests him It s 1969 and Bond is sent to Zanzarim, a fictional country caught up in a drawn out civil war Oil has been discovered and it s up to


  9. Rob Thompson Rob Thompson says:

    Boyd is in many ways a natural choice to produce a new instalment in the Bond series He has written good quality spy stories of his own, and also has a track record of novels set in exotic locales He doesn t disappoint here In fact, this was a great deal better than I d expected.Saying that, the main problem


  10. Mladen Mladen says:

    As some who has never read a 007 novel or spy novels in general This was my first book that I read, about the famous double agent Before that, I only knew him through movies, played by 6 different actors in the main role Before i share my thoughts on the book.I would like to mention that this book is set in the 60


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