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“Charlie Higson, Young Bond: Silverfin - Book #1 was a...”

Written on: 15/07/2006 by tvdw (18 reviews written)

Charlie Higson, Young Bond: Silverfin - Book #1 was a very good book which I would recommend to anyone who likes spy/adventure books. It isn't written like all the previous James Bond books by Ian Flemming because the book is written for children/teens (and even adults would joy it) and is very easy to read and the plot is easy to follow… Read Full Review

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“Charlie Higson, Young Bond: Silverfin - Book #1 - In...”

Written on: 24/02/2005 by Harriet Klausner (18637 reviews written)

Charlie Higson, Young Bond: Silverfin - Book #1 - In the 1930s in the Scottish Highlands, fourteen-year-old Alphie Kelly sneaks under a fence that contain dead animals and other keep out trespassing notices to go fishing at Loch Silverfin. However, strange behaving eel attack the lad.

At the same time that Alphie vanishes, James Bond enters Eton after spending the last couple of years living with his Aunt Charmian following the deaths of his parents in a mountain-climbing incident. He runs… Read Full Review

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