File Note: Strictly Confidential - Authorised Personnel Only. Subject: James Bond. Description: Age 13. Dark hair; blue eyes; tall for age; surprisingly strong; fluent French, good German. Essential components: A Mediterranean mystery. One kidnapped girl - feisty, blond, superfit Amy Goodenough, sister of James' best friend Mark. One villainous pirate - Zoltan Magyr. Mysterious Latin-speaking men lurking near Eton. One fast car.
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Charlie Higson started writing when he was ten years old. After university he was a singer and painter and decorator before he started writing for television. He went on to create and star in the hugely successful comedy series The Fast Show. He is the author of the bestselling Young Bond books, and The End is the final book in his current horror series, The Enemy.Charlie doesn't do Facebook, but you can tweet him @monstroso.From School Library Journal:
Grade 5-8–What began as schoolboy fun leads to life-threatening adventure for 13-year-old James Bond when he stumbles upon members of an Italian secret society who speak only Latin. On break from the prestigious Eton School, James and his schoolmates travel with two teachers to the Mediterranean isle of Sardinia to study archaeological ruins. James later stays with his cousin and a famous artist who become the target of an art theft. It turns out that one of James's teachers is a spy for the Millenaria society, which is conducting a series of art heists throughout England and Europe for a megalomaniacal man based on Sardinia. James and the new friends whom he meets on the island must find a way to rescue a kidnapped English girl and to stop the villain who wants to relive the days of the Roman emperors. The story occurs sometime between the World Wars and during the reign of Mussolini. It involves piracy, danger, violence, and intrigue. With its highly descriptive style of writing, it's a fun, easy read, although the characters are not particularly well developed. Its greatest appeal might be to reluctant middle-school readers, but it would not receive as much attention if not for the 007 connection.–Corinda J. Humphrey, Los Angeles Public Library
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Book Description Puffin., 2006. Soft cover. Book Condition: New. 1st Edition. New book in fine condition but with some very minor shelf wear to cover. Signed by Charlie Higson. Numberline:1.***************SHIPPED IN A BOX WITH PLENTY OF PROTECTION. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # 000155
Book Description Puffin, 2006. Soft cover. Book Condition: New. First edition paperback of Blood Fever. Signed and dated (12.04.06) by Charlie Higson. Numberline 1. New and unread in fine condition with a hint of shelf wear to cover edges. Also included is a Blood Fever Postcard.*************PACKED IN A BOX WITH PLENTY OF PROTECTION. Bookseller Inventory # 749320
Book Description Penguin, 2006. Soft cover. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Included. 1st Edition. The deadly new Young Bond bestseller. First edition, first printing Paperback published by Penguin. Numberline 1. Brand New and Unread. Signed & Lined (Shaken not stirred)by Charlie Higson. Plus promotional Blood Fever Postcard. "James Bond has discovered danger. Now it's come looking for him.".******************SHIPPED IN A BOX WITH PLENTY OF BUBBLE WRAP. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # 000152
Book Description Puffin, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110141318600