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Download Epub Format í Casino Royale PDF by ✓ Ian Fleming To MFrom Jane MoneypennySubject An assessment of Agent 007 s conduct during operation Casino Royale Dear Sir,I am aware of concerns raised by certain members of the Service regarding Agent 007 s performance during the abovementioned operation Therefore, I would like to offer my personal assessment, based on the debriefing reports and my own long familiarity with the subject.
It is true that Agent 007 had somewhat compromised the operation by letting himself getting caught by the Target, otherwise known as Le Chiffre It is also undoubtedly true that he might have compromised the integrity of the valuable intelligence that we gathered by becoming an intimate of No 3030, a.
k.
a Vesper Lynd However, despite all of that, he had managed to accomplish all of our objectives in the operation, as well as unmasking a potentially dangerous double agent.
I can personally vouch that the erro Some interesting facts that we learn in this book James Bond smokes 70 cigarettes per day.
James Bond loves his car.
James Bond likes to sleep naked.
This is the first Bond novel 1953 and it s a doozy We have SMERSH, gambling, kidnapping, torture, intrigue, double crossing, and cackling villains.
Bond is set up with millions of British pounds and told to go to France and out gamble the evil Le Chiffre, a holocaust survivor with no Christian name and, supposedly, no memory of his life before age 37 His main problem is that he s a criminal in debt to some dangerous people, and needs to gamble at Casino Royale or he ll be murdered The long descriptions of gambling and cards in this book are boring One chapter is basically Bond explaining how to gamble.
Bond is told that he s going to be paired with another agent an SpoilersThis will be a review of not just Casino Royale, but of the James Bond books in general I think that there is a good argument to be made, that the Bond books are the most misunderstood books of all prominent books, because the very subtext that accounts for their enduring appeal is buried so deeply that it just passes most people by.
The best way to understand the James Bond books is to understand the heroines of the books These heroines are often characterized as being glamorous women who it is Bond s role to save This is completely and totally wrong The whole key is that these women ALWAYS have short unpainted nails They are actors and present an existential challenge to James Bond In fact the best way to understand Bond is as a kind of existential literature.
Fleming was a writer who had a message that he seemed not to be fully and con Bond, James Bond Over the years I have enjoyed watching the action movies starring England s favorite 007 spy, yet, until now, I had not read any of Ian Fleming s classic books explaining Bond s origins In Casino Royale, a tale of stealth, lust, and treachery, we see where Bond s 007 career begins It is the years following World War II, and the Cold War has emerged from the ashes of Europe The Russian intelligence agency SMERSH with backing of Arabian oil money has become a threat to take over the west Spies and double agents abound, and newly minted 00 agent James Bond is sent to the Casino Royale to track agent Le Chiffre back to SMERSH and foil the Russian s plot What ensues is high jinx and high money stakes that are sure to leave one on the edge of their seat Alongside supposed ally Vesper Lynd and foreign friends Mathis and Leiter To MFrom Jane MoneypennySubject An assessment of Agent 007 s conduct during operation Casino Royale Dear Sir,I am aware of concerns raised by certain members of the Service regarding Agent 007 s performance during the abovementioned operation Therefore, I would like to offer my personal assessment, based on the debriefing reports and my own long familiarity with the subject.
It is true that Agent 007 had somewhat compromised the operation by letting himself getting caught by the Target, otherwise known as Le Chiffre It is also undoubtedly true that he might have compromised the integrity of the valuable intelligence that we gathered by becoming an intimate of No 3030, a.
k.
a Vesper Lynd However, despite all of that, he had managed to accomplish all of our objectives in the operation, as well as unmasking a potentially dangerous double agent.
I can personally vouch that the erro Some interesting facts that we learn in this book James Bond smokes 70 cigarettes per day.
James Bond loves his car.
James Bond likes to sleep naked.
This is the first Bond novel 1953 and it s a doozy We have SMERSH, gambling, kidnapping, torture, intrigue, double crossing, and cackling villains.
Bond is set up with millions of British pounds and told to go to France and out gamble the evil Le Chiffre, a holocaust survivor with no Christian name and, supposedly, no memory of his life before age 37 His main problem is that he s a criminal in debt to some dangerous people, and needs to gamble at Casino Royale or he ll be murdered The long descriptions of gambling and cards in this book are boring One chapter is basically Bond explaining how to gamble.
Bond is told that he s going to be paired with another agent an SpoilersThis will be a review of not just Casino Royale, but of the James Bond books in general I think that there is a good argument to be made, that the Bond books are the most misunderstood books of all prominent books, because the very subtext that accounts for their enduring appeal is buried so deeply that it just passes most people by.
The best way to understand the James Bond books is to understand the heroines of the books These heroines are often characterized as being glamorous women who it is Bond s role to save This is completely and totally wrong The whole key is that these women ALWAYS have short unpainted nails They are actors and present an existential challenge to James Bond In fact the best way to understand Bond is as a kind of existential literature.
Fleming was a writer who had a message that he seemed not to be fully and con Bond, James Bond Over the years I have enjoyed watching the action movies starring England s favorite 007 spy, yet, until now, I had not read any of Ian Fleming s classic books explaining Bond s origins In Casino Royale, a tale of stealth, lust, and treachery, we see where Bond s 007 career begins It is the years following World War II, and the Cold War has emerged from the ashes of Europe The Russian intelligence agency SMERSH with backing of Arabian oil money has become a threat to take over the west Spies and double agents abound, and newly minted 00 agent James Bond is sent to the Casino Royale to track agent Le Chiffre back to SMERSH and foil the Russian s plot What ensues is high jinx and high money stakes that are sure to leave one on the edge of their seat Alongside supposed ally Vesper Lynd and foreign friends Mathis and Leiter Surround yourself with human beings, my dear James They are easier to fight for than principles He laughed But don t let me down and become human yourself We would lose such a wonderful machine James Bond, Secret Agent for M16, 007 with a license to kill This was the 1st entry in Ian Fleming s James Bond series and introduces the world s most famous fictional spy in great fashion.
Bond is in France gambling his nights away at the Royale Casino It all sounds enjoyable however this is part of a very dangerous and highly expensive mission that could cost the UK Treasury 20 million An agent of the infamous Russian intelligence outfit SMERSH Death to Spies Le Chiffre is in a bit of dilemma He invested 50 million of his employers money without their approval into brothels and prostitution hoping to make a quick profit even t I think I read From Russia With Love first and, FRWL will always be my favorite Bond book and movie , but I had to go back to the beginning a read the Fleming bond books straight through I was afforded the opportunity a few years ago when the entire Fleming collection in paperback was available for 20 at Sam s Club Still one of the best book buys I have ever come across Casino Royale did not blow me away it is a bit dry and slow I wasn t going to let that deter me from my quest to work through the series, but it did take some getting used to I am not sure if it is just that it is from early in Fleming s writing career or if it is just tough to feel comfortable with my image of Bond as I was reading words from his creation I am reminded of when you g In The First Of Ian Fleming S James Bond Novels, Declares War On Le Chiffre, French Communist And Paymaster Of The Soviet Murder Organization SMERSH The Battle Begins In A Fifty Million Franc Game Of Baccarat, Gains Momentum During Bondas Fiery Love Affair With A Sensuous Lady Spy, And Reaches A Chilling Climax With Fiendish Torture At The Hands Of A Master Sadist For Incredible Suspense, Unexpected Thrills, And Extraordinary Danger, Nothing Can Beat James Bond In His Inaugural Adventure The scent and smoke and sweat of a casino are nauseating at three in the morning Then the soul erosion produced by high gambling a compost of greed and fear and nervous tension becomes unbearable and senses awake and revolt from it James Bond suddenly knew that he was tired He always knew when his body or his mind had had enough and he always acted on the knowledge This helped him avoid staleness and the sensual bluntness that breeds mistakes.
Thus begins Casino Royale, which in 1953 launched the exploits of British Secret Service agent James Bond Until Harry Potter appeared in the rearview mirror of his Aston Martin, Bond may have been the biggest literary franchise of the 20th century, thanks in large part to the success of twenty five and counting official movies In terms of film franchises, Bond is second in sustained popularity only to Godzilla, with the jolly green giant ge Ian Fleming has some poetry in his veins I would never have guessed that much of the prose in this spy thriller is basic and almost ostentatiously declarative prose from and for a man s man, I suppose but every so often, we have lines like In his mind he fingered the necklace of the days to come.
The moonlight shone through the half closed shutters and lapped at the secret shadows in the snow of her bodyBond awoke in his own room at dawn and for a time he lay and stroked his memories.
so Bond is the man, a man s man he s not a nice man, nor an empathetic one, but he get s the job done Don Draper Bond Walter White Bond if the shoe fits but he sthan a compelling anti hero he s a broken vessel, one who has convinced himself that he s whole poor Bond he just needs love and until he finds it, he s going to convince himself that The beginning of the James Bond stories.
And what an odd beginning.
Yes, we are introduced to Bond and provided some backstory, we know that his 00 nomenclature is because he has killed and is licensed to kill again in his service to Queen and country We learn that he is a spy and a gambler, a heavy smoker and likes his vodka martini shaken not stirred But this is almostof a romance Fleming describes a decidedlyvulnerable and human Bond than has been portrayed in films Fleming, then a 45 year old first time writer, drew from his experience as a British naval intelligence officer during WWII and journalist to color his narrative about a secret agent I imagined Fleming writing in the early 50s, the war with Germany still fresh on his mind and the paradigm shift to the cold war with communism ongoing, before the films and the popular success.
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I think I read From Russia With Love first and, FRWL will always be my favorite Bond book and movie , but I had to go back to the beginning a read the Fleming bond books straight through I was afforded the opportunity a few years ago when the entire Fleming collection in paperback was available for 20 at Sam s Club Still one of the best book buys I have ever come across Casino Royale did not blow me away it is a bit dry and slow I wasn t going to let that deter me from my quest to work through the series, but it did take some getting used to I am not sure if it is just that it is from early in Fleming s writing career or if it is just tough to feel comfortable with my image of Bond as I was reading words from his creation I am reminded of when you g Surround yourself with human beings, my dear James They are easier to fight for than principles He laughed But don t let me down and become human yourself We would lose such a wonderful machine James Bond, Secret Agent for M16, 007 with a license to kill This was the 1st entry in Ian Fleming s James Bond series and introduces the world s most famous fictional spy in great fashion.
Bond is in France gambling his nights away at the Royale Casino It all sounds enjoyable however this is part of a very dangerous and highly expensive mission that could cost the UK Treasury 20 million An agent of the infamous Russian intelligence outfit SMERSH Death to Spies Le Chiffre is in a bit of dilemma He invested 50 million of his employers money without their approval into brothels and prostitution hoping to make a quick profit even t The scent and smoke and sweat of a casino are nauseating at three in the morning Then the soul erosion produced by high gambling a compost of greed and fear and nervous tension becomes unbearable and senses awake and revolt from it James Bond suddenly knew that he was tired He always knew when his body or his mind had had enough and he always acted on the knowledge This helped him avoid staleness and the sensual bluntness that breeds mistakes.
Thus begins Casino Royale, which in 1953 launched the exploits of British Secret Service agent James Bond Until Harry Potter appeared in the rearview mirror of his Aston Martin, Bond may have been the biggest literary franchise of the 20th century, thanks in large part to the success of twenty five and counting official movies In terms of film franchises, Bond is second in sustained popularity only to Godzilla, with the jolly green giant ge Ian Fleming has some poetry in his veins I would never have guessed that much of the prose in this spy thriller is basic and almost ostentatiously declarative prose from and for a man s man, I suppose but every so often, we have lines like In his mind he fingered the necklace of the days to come.
The moonlight shone through the half closed shutters and lapped at the secret shadows in the snow of her bodyBond awoke in his own room at dawn and for a time he lay and stroked his memories.
so Bond is the man, a man s man he s not a nice man, nor an empathetic one, but he get s the job done Don Draper Bond Walter White Bond if the shoe fits but he sthan a compelling anti hero he s a broken vessel, one who has convinced himself that he s whole poor Bond he just needs love and until he finds it, he s going to convince himself that The beginning of the James Bond stories.
And what an odd beginning.
Yes, we are introduced to Bond and provided some backstory, we know that his 00 nomenclature is because he has killed and is licensed to kill again in his service to Queen and country We learn that he is a spy and a gambler, a heavy smoker and likes his vodka martini shaken not stirred But this is almostof a romance Fleming describes a decidedlyvulnerable and human Bond than has been portrayed in films Fleming, then a 45 year old first time writer, drew from his experience as a British naval intelligence officer during WWII and journalist to color his narrative about a secret agent I imagined Fleming writing in the early 50s, the war with Germany still fresh on his mind and the paradigm shift to the cold war with communism ongoing, before the films and the popular success.
The short novel is

Librarian Note There is than one author in the Goodreads database with this name Ian Lancaster Fleming was a British author, journalist and Second World War Navy Commander He was a grandson of the Scottish financier Robert Fleming, who founded the Scottish American Investment Trust and the merchant bank Robert Fleming Co.Fleming is best remembered for creating the character of James