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on 9 June 2015
This is easily the most disappointing book I have ever read. In 1973 when Live And Let Die was released Roger Moore's diary of the filming was published and it was excellent. His autobiography,My Word Is My Bond,is a lovely stroll through his life and career. Last Man Standing,though a little light,has some very funny anecdotes. And so I approached Bond On Bond hoping for more of the same,anecdotes about filming (there are a few,nowhere near enough) and an opinion about the films and the actors involved (it comes down to Connery was the best and the others are nice chaps). The book tells us a little about the process of making a Bond film,but is basically a listing of who did what on which film. In hard copy I assume it at least looks good,but on a kindle the illustrations are wasted.