Die Another Day

By Raymond Benson
Based on the screenplay by Neal Purvis and Robert Wade
Read by Robert Whitfield

The James Bond Series: Book 2002

3.58 Hours 11/01/2002 abridged
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    ISBN: 9780786193813

Based on the screenplay by Neal Purvis and Robert Wade When danger becomes a temptation…when every move brings you closer to the edge…when you live every day as if it's your last…there's a surprise around every curve. After months of torture in a North Korean prison, secret agent James Bond is released, only to find that M has deactivated him. On his own, Agent 007 follows the trail of a megalomaniac menace through the seedy streets of Shanghai and hideaways of Havana. Finally, in a magnificent crystalline ice palace, Bond encounters two fiery femmes fatales and a master plot to destroy the planet with a demonic weapon of mass destruction. Die Another Day © 2002 Danjaq, LLC and United Artists Corporation ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

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Summary

Summary

Based on the screenplay by Neal Purvis and Robert Wade

When danger becomes a temptation…when every move brings you closer to the edge…when you live every day as if it's your last…there's a surprise around every curve.

After months of torture in a North Korean prison, secret agent James Bond is released, only to find that M has deactivated him. On his own, Agent 007 follows the trail of a megalomaniac menace through the seedy streets of Shanghai and hideaways of Havana. Finally, in a magnificent crystalline ice palace, Bond encounters two fiery femmes fatales and a master plot to destroy the planet with a demonic weapon of mass destruction.

Die Another Day © 2002 Danjaq, LLC and United Artists Corporation
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

Editorial Reviews

Editorial Reviews

“Who better than Robert Whitfield to breathe new life into 007? Whitfield exhibits an exacting British accent; an ability to fluently shift between a myriad of characters, all within a breath; and a gift for painting pictures with words. Whitfield’s talent adds another dimension to the consummate secret agent—Bond, James Bond.” AudioFile

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Author Bio: Raymond Benson

Raymond Benson is the author of numerous books, including High Time to Kill and Doubleshot. His first book, The James Bond Bedside Companion, was nominated for an Edgar Allan Poe Award for Best Critical/Biographical Work. He lives and works in the Chicago area.

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Available Formats : CD
Category: Fiction/Mystery & Detective
Runtime: 3.58
Audience: Adult
Language: English