Forever And A Day - Anthony Horowitz (SPOILERS! BEWARE!)


#101

The Night Manager, anyone? I’m sure there’s an overhead/aerial shot of speedboats on the Med just like this somewhere in the series.


#102

I never got around to watching the series, so I wouldn’t know.


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#104

Very nice. I like the complete image even more now. The blue is very striking.


#105

Very nice.


#106

…and it’s a Baretta :sunglasses:


#107

Wonder if it will confirm/render the Authorised Biography as canon, or contradict it? Not that this is a terribly important thing to wonder about.


#108

I suspect there will be some kind of reference that allows to include the biography without actually saying so.


#109

Maybe I’m not looking hard enough but this is the UK cover right? We should still expect a separate US version I would imagine.


#110

Correct


#111

Quite like the UK cover. Surely the US cover will skip that kind of clever visual image in favor of something as subtle as a sledgehammer to one’s temple.


#112

I have one issue with the UK cover - It’s going to have to bend round the spine!

Should I buy a second copy of the hardback just to frame the dust jacket?


#113

I think that’s a very nice cover.


#114

Not sure about this one. I genuinely liked Trigger Mortis (far more than Solo). I kind of wish we’d get another modern day Bond novel that continues the story from Carte Blanche. That said, I agree with most that Casino Royale is how Bond starts. If we are going to get a prequel to CR, I’d rather see a younger Bond during WWII. We always hear him reminiscing about his time in the war, but we only ever see him go against Nazis in Moonraker (unless I’m mistaken). I think a WWII-set Bond film dealing with his time in OSS could be great.


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#116

Looks good. Is that the Amalfi coast?


#117

Is that the real cover? It looks awesome you did it.


#118

It’s the US cover


#119

I love that cover. I’m not sure which one I prefer now!


#120

Nice cover. Has that vintage “Bond as a fun adventure”-look.