Tag Archives: James Bond

Book Review: James Bond And Philosophy

James Bond And Philosophy:  Questions Are Forever, edited by James B. South and Jacob M. Held As someone who has read a few books in this series of pop culture and philosophy crossovers [1], I went into it with the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Dr. No

Dr. No, by Ian Fleming It is ironic that Dr. No was the first James Bond film but is the sixth novel in the James Bond series, about halfway through Ian Fleming’s run before his own early death. The novel … Continue reading

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Book Review: From Russia, With Love

From Russia, With Love, by Ian Fleming In the order of Ian Fleming’s James Bond novels, this one comes in at fifth, right after Diamonds Are Forever [1], and featuring a bit of commentary about Tiffany Case, the heroine of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Live And Let Die

Live And Let Die, by Ian Fleming Everyone who lives in Florida should be required to read the middle third of this gripping political thriller from Ian Fleming. I don’t remember there being that much about Tampa Bay in the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Diamonds Are Forever

Diamonds Are Forever, by Ian Fleming A fellow teacher of mine managed to acquire a few volumes of Ian Fleming’s James Bond series, and so I have undertaken to read and review the four novels she has (which should not … Continue reading

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