James Bond: The Secret World of 007

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Dorling Kindersley Pub., 2000 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 144 pages
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From its foreword, written by M16's very own chief, M, 'James Bond - the Secret World of 007' takes readers on a thrill-packed journey through the life and career of the world's most famous secret agent. Every major mission Bond has ever undertaken in the interests of world security, from Dr. No to The World Is Not Enough, is investigated and explained. Spectacular illustrations and photographs reveal, for the first time, the hidden workings of Bond's incredible vehicles and gadgets, the labyrinthine lairs, and masterplans of villains such as Ernst Stavro Blofeld, Elliot Carver, and Auric Goldfinger, and some of 007's most spectacular chases and battles. The book also explores Bond's lovelife, and his relationships with other key members of M16, such as M, Q, and Miss Moneypenny. In addition, a reference section gives details of the world famous movies based upon his amazing assignments. Officially endorsed by Eon Productions, creators of the Bond movies, this in-depth approach to Bond's career will bring 007 to life for fans of all ages.

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Stewart studied technical illustration at Cornwall Technical College, England, and has been a full-time illustrator ever since. He has worked in the advertising and the movie industry.

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