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This review is from: The Man Who Saved Britain: A Personal Journey into the Disturbing World of James Bond (Hardcover)
James Bond actually features surprisingly little in this dreary book - the author essentially uses Bond as a stick to beat Britain with as he indulges in a vigorous and relentless workout exercising his personal loathing of his own country and its 20th century history. The author has an impressive knowledge of the Bond books/films and their creator, and I have to admit he writes very well (albeit rather smugly), but away from Bond this book is shoddily researched, as evidenced by the numerous factual errors. Not recommended.