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It was a great listen after reading the book so many years ago.
Of the fourteen James Bond books written by Ian Fleming, Goldfinger is the seventh, and when I finished it, I'd reached the halfway point in the series.
The characters are so interesting in their own way they speak which helps the story along.
Back in the day (the 60s) I wasn't what one would call a big fan of James Bond. I saw "Dr. No," "Goldfinger," and "Thunderball" in the local theater because... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Jim Nolt
My husband blew it for me about 2/3 way in he told me what was going to happen next based on the movie... Read morePublished 9 days ago by JJ
Great read. Have read 3 or 4 times. Saw the movie twice. Vintage 007--gets better with age.Published 17 days ago by Kenneth J. O'Dea
Another good Bond adventure! A little different from the movie and a lot of scenes that conjure up the old Bond of cinema fame.Published 19 days ago by John Meehan
I appreciated that this is a story from a time when being a secret agent wasn’t all about blowing things up. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Pure Jonel
Ian Fleming is always a fast and rollicking read. It is not deep, nor is it particularly accurate as a vignette of history. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mark Lorbiecki
Great graphic cover. I bought this, and two others, as gifts for my thirteen year old grandson and I really like how they look. Nice size, not just another paperback.Published 2 months ago by Carol L. Rogers
In this book Flemming started to pack more action in the story, and make Bond more definitive about getting the girl at the endPublished 2 months ago by Edgar A. Gomez Hernandez