Colonel Sun – James Bond Novel: Lunch, a leisurely round of golf or a routine social phone call to M, recovering at his Regency residence in Berkshire. The routine of the life of James Bond’s secret agent, James Bond has begun to become a routine that could lead to complacency until the day when M is kidnapped and all of his staff members are brutally killed.

The action is a ricochet across the globe. Then quickly enough, it lands Bond on a volcano Greek island in which the infamous Colonel Sun Liang-tan from the People’s Liberation Army of China collaborates with the former Nazi commanding officer, Von Richter, in plotting a global conspiracy.

The stakes have never been more significant and the risks more complicated. Bond’s allies, the beautiful brown-haired Greek agent Ariadne Alexandrou; and an incredibly tough veteran World War II resistance fighter–are swiftly annihilated by the vicious Colonel Sun. Unarmed and alone, Bond faces up against the two evil villains.

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The Normal read time of “Colonel Sun – ” is just over 8 and half hour, nevertheless If you’ve got the hardcover book as I do, then it was easily read in about seven and an half hour. Overall Colonel Sun – James Bond Novel – book was amazing, short read time and simple to understand.

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Kingsley Amis (1922-1995) was a well-known and prolific British writer, poet, critic, and satirist. He was born in the suburbs of South London, the only child of a clerk at his office at the mustard maker Colman’s; Amis was awarded the English award for St John’s College, Oxford, and began an ongoing relationship alongside fellow scholar Philip Larkin.

After serving as a member of the British Army’s Royal Corps of Signals during World War II, he graduated and was appointed to the University College of Swansea in Wales. Lucky Jim, his debut novel, was published in 1954, receiving praise, and was awarded the Somerset Maugham Award. He eventually published 24 books, which included science fiction and the James Bond sequel; more than a dozen volumes of short stories, poetry and literary criticism restaurant reviews, as well as three books on drinking; books on politics and memoirs; and much more.

Amis was awarded the Booker Prize for his novel The Old Devils in 1986 and was awarded the title of knight by Queen Elizabeth II in 1990. He had three kids, which included his novelist Martin Amis, with his first wife, Hilary Anne Bardwell, with whom he divorced in the year 1965. When his subsequent 18-year marriage to author Elizabeth Jane Howard ended in 1983, he remained in the same London home and his former wife and third husband. NYRB Classics publishes the previous novels by Amis, and also the books Take a Girl Like You; The Alteration; The Green Man; One Fat Englishman Girl, 20 And Dear Illusion: Selected Stories.


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