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Bond On Bond: Reflections On 50 Years Of James Bond Movies Hardcover – October 16, 2012
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“Peppered with fun facts and cheeky asides, actor Roger Moore’s book looking back on the golden anniversary of James Bond on-screen is a treat for 007 fans. . . . No other Bond has managed to make 007 quite as charming and endearing as Moore. He brings those traits to Bond on Bond, inviting us to sit back and enjoy the ride.” – Associated Press
“The cars, the cocktails, the girls, the gadets, and, oh, the villains. Roger Moore’s Bond on Bond is a gossipy scrapbook of the British secret agent’s adventures on and off the big screen. Moore, who starred in seven Bond movies, is as debonair on the page as he is on screen, and the 400 photographs make for a first-rate bit of time travel.”—Boston Globe
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I highly recommend this book for your library. I loved it.
After all, who else is there better to give an insight into the world of James Bond from someone who's played the role (And more times than any other actor to this date). In my opinion Roger is one of the most underrated Bond actors. (The fact also he's still actively engaging with fans, book signing etc, despite being 86 years old this year, is pretty impressive)
His point about not being able to take the movies seriously due to how ridiculous they were makes a lot of sense. There's a limited amount to what any actor can do if the plot/dialogue is daft. It's for exactly that reason that Pierce Brosnan's movies have dated badly (For example most of the one-liners in The World is Not Enough are truly awful). After all, how good of a secret agent is James Bond if everyone knows exactly what he drinks etc? A true secret agent would be someone good at being anonymous, staying in "the shadows".
The most interesting part of the book in my opinion was reading Roger's opinion on the movies he wasn't directly involved in.
If you are a James Bond fan you should definitely read this book.