“Assemble, Podcasters Assemble”
With only 138 days until the release of Bond 25, “No Time To Die”, podcasters from across the globe are on a mission to celebrate Bond’s 67 year history by revisiting all 24 films in the series.
In today’s episode, Erik and Justin dig into the massive library of Bond books! From the 1950’s with the Ian Fleming novels that started it all, to some of the newer authors who have been passing the baton ever since. How do they hold up? What are the differences between the books and movies? Does Bond have any gadgets in the books? Which ones are worth reading and which ones are worth skipping?
Titles include: Ian Fleming’s “Casino Royale”, “Live and Let Die”, “Moonraker”, “For Your Eyes Only”, “Octopussy and the Living Daylights”, and “Thunderball”, as well as Jeffrey Deaver’s “Carte Blanche”, William Boyd’s “Solo”, Anthony Horowitz’s “Forever and a Day”, John Gardner’s “Seafire”, and Raymond Benson’s “Zero Minus Ten”!
- Audible: The James Bond Audio Book Collection
- Vesper Martini Recipe
- 007 Salad Dressing Recipe
- License to Cook: Bond Recipe Book
- How to Play Mahjong
003 Needs Your Help:
Featured in This Episode:
- Erik Slader from the Epik Fails of History podcast and Too Young For This Trek
- Justin Ache – one half of Significant Otter Co.
(Episode edited by Erik Slader)
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