The Making of The Living Daylights Paperback – 5 Oct 2012
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I really do hope Helfenstein continues with this Bond series, and I'm impressed that his first two books began with the two so called 'unpopular' entries in the series (thankfully time has been very kind to these two films) If he does decide to continue, then I really hope he considers writing a book on Casino Royale, which finally rebooted the franchise and took Bond back into harsh reality. Not to mention the book will no doubt include the long history of how Casino Royale finally reached the screen fifty years after its first publication, and how EON finally got hold of the rights.
The other book in the series I would like to see would be Goldeneye which even though it pulled back the franchise to a lighter and more 'populist' tone, it certainly so called 'rejuvenated' the franchise for a new generation of fans, and made Brosnan, unfairly I might add, a popular Bond.
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Fantastic book, it is a really good read and in exactly the great condition the seller described. Would order other books from this seller.Published 6 months ago by Anita Millington
Every thing you wanted to know about the history of the making of the sixteenth james bond film the living daylights. Another great read to add to your bond collection of books.Published 6 months ago by joe kidd
This guy knows his stuff, great insight to James Bond and The Living Daylights. If you can still get it also On Her Majesty Secret Service a really great item from your collection.Published 22 months ago by Antonio Monfermoso
I have been absolutely blown away by the quality of this book. The photos alone are incredible and completely capture the era. Read morePublished on 23 Jun. 2014 by David
Always liked this movie and thought Dalton was underrated, but actually preferred his harder edge character in License to Kill. The book says it all, no need for more.Published on 16 Dec. 2013 by Ramconi
Lifelong Bond Fan...and literally have bought everything including the proverbial t-shirt. This is by far the most outstanding factual Bond book I have ever purchased. Read morePublished on 16 Oct. 2013 by Dale Mcfadzean