From Russia with Love

From Russia with Love SMERSH the Soviet counterintelligence agency plans to commit a grand act of terrorism in the intelligence field For this it targets British secret service agent James Bond Due in part to his role i

  • Title: From Russia with Love
  • Author: Ian Fleming
  • ISBN: 0848821424
  • Page: 434
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  • SMERSH, the Soviet counterintelligence agency, plans to commit a grand act of terrorism in the intelligence field For this, it targets British secret service agent James Bond Due in part to his role in the defeat of Le Chiffre, Mr Big and Hugo Drax, Bond has been listed as an enemy of the Soviet state and a death warrant has been issued for him His death is planned to precipitate a major sex scandal, which will run through the world press for months and leave his and his service s reputation in tatters Bond s killer is to be SMERSH executioner Red Grant, a psychopath whose homicidal urges coincide with the full moon Kronsteen, SMERSH s chess playing master planner, and Colonel Rosa Klebb, head of Operations and Executions, devise the operation They persuade an attractive young cipher clerk, Corporal Tatiana Romanova, to falsely defect from her post in Istanbul, claiming to have fallen in love with Bond after seeing his file photograph.

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    • Acheté pour revoir mon anglais. L'intrigue est sympa, les personnages à la hauteur. C'est très bien pour se détendre un peu.

    • My latest haul from the library included this 1957 title and “The Mask of Dimitrios” (1939) by Eric Ambler. Both books were freshly (2015 ) translated into my mother tongue. Read it as a teenager in cheap paperback format when school libraries banned authors like Ian Fleming and Georges Simenon. As a book, it is not as thrilling as e.g. “Marathon Man” or “Kolymsky Heights”, later spy thrillers, but still quite good reading today against a backdrop of mounting frustration about New [...]

    • délai de livraison respecté, état parfait. Cà marche bien à ma grande satisfaction. Contente de trouver ces éditions en VO, de façon simple sans à courir diverses librairies.

    • What is most noteworthy about this entry in the extended series is when Bond enters the story. The novel is nearly half over by the time the signature spy is introduced. Fully half the work involves showing the reader the lengths and effort SMERSH is using to eliminate Bond. This approach was wholly original and helped further define Bond (and by extension, the world in which he operates) by offering so much detail about his opposition.While the above mentioned set-up was a welcome change of pac [...]

    • Re-reading this novel for the first time in almost fifty years, I was struck by how many differences exist in the James Bond as created by Ian Fleming and the caricature of that persona that quickly took off in the film equivalents of these books. While the film of this novel adhered more closely to the plot of this book than most of the other films, ‘From Russia With Love’ is clearly rooted in the Cold War world of the 1950’s when The Soviets and the Western powers were engaged in covert, [...]

    • FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE is one of Ian Fleming's best James Bond novels. It is rich with detail and atmosphere and gives us a lot of information about the Soviet Union's KGB and counter intelligence workings. It is written with Ian Fleming's inimitable unique style and when you combine that style with the plot line, it is a book that is hard to put down once you start reading it. The character of James Bond in this novel is better defined. He is less stoic here compared to earlier novels and is def [...]

    • Much better than the Bond movie! The plot is tight-knitted and it's not that predictable. The sex scenes are delightful but not overly exploited. The actions are explosive, but not overly violent or gory.I found the Bond character much more believable than the movies, with real emotions and human flaws. Very likable indeed. Lots of fascinating details to entertain. Probably there are some parts uncomfortable for today's readers such as bias toward cultures and nations other than British. It ref [...]

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