You Only Live Twice (James Bond #12) (Paperback)
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This is book number 12 in the James Bond series.
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- #6: Doctor No (James Bond #6) (MP3 CD): $24.95
- #7: Goldfinger (James Bond #7) (Paperback): $14.95
- #8: For Your Eyes Only (James Bond #8) (Paperback): $14.95
- #9: Thunderball (James Bond #9) (Paperback): $14.95
- #10: The Spy Who Loved Me (James Bond #10) (Paperback): $14.95
- #11: On Her Majesty S Secret Service (James Bond #11) (Compact Disc): This book is never available from our store
- #13: The Man with the Golden Gun (James Bond #13) (Paperback): $14.95
- #14: Octopussy and the Living Daylights (James Bond #14) (Paperback): $14.95
The tragic end to James Bond's last mission--courtesy of Ernst Stavro Blofeld--has left 007 a broken man and of little use to the British Secret Service. At his wit's end, M decides that the only way to snap his best agent out of his torpor is to send him on an impossible diplomatic mission to Japan. Bond's contact there is the formidable Japanese spymaster Tiger Tanaka, who agrees to do business with the West if Bond will assassinate one of his enemies: a mysterious Swiss botanist named Dr. Guntram Shatterhand.
Shatterhand is not who he seems, however, and his impregnable fortress--known to the locals as the "Castle of Death"--is a gauntlet of traps no gaijin has ever penetrated. But through rigorous ninja training, and with some help from the beautiful and able Kissy Suzuki, Bond manages to gain access to Shatterhand's lair. Inside lurks certain doom at the hands of 007's bitterest foe--or a final chance to exact ultimate vengeance.
The text in this edition has been restored by the Fleming family company Ian Fleming Publications, to reflect the work as it was originally published.
Debut novelist J.J. Gesher tells an intimate, grief-filled story about Jacob Fischer - a sometimes wayward, sometimes obedient Brooklyn Orthodox Jew who breaks down after a devastating loss. Slowly rebuilding and rediscovering himself in a small-town Alabama town, Jacob has support from a cast of well-drawn characters - who also have their own demons to deal with. I loved learning more about the Orthodox Jew and the rich history of its sometimes stifling traditions, butting heads with modern sensibilities and realities. This highly readable title, right down to the very last sentence, is a natural pick for book clubs. A strong debut from the writing pair of J.J. Gesher. - Maureen