Moonraker

Moonraker

by

, 300-399-pp, classics, mystery-suspense, traditionally-published, fiction, mystery-detective-thriller, reviewed, robert-s-reads, spy-fi, uk, spy-fiction, library-borrow, brit-lit, espionage, reviewed, audiobooks, thriller, awesomely-silly-but-i-loved-it, fiction, suspense, adrenaline, Fiction, Thriller, Spy Thriller, Mystery, Adventure, Classics, Audiobook, Action

‘For several minutes he stood speechless, his eyes dazzled by the terrible beauty of the greatest weapon on earth’He’s a self-made millionaire, head of the Moonraker rocket programme and loved by the press. So why is Sir Hugo Drax cheating at c...

Title:Moonraker
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780142002063
Format Type:

    Moonraker Reviews

  • Jayson

    (A-) 84% | Very GoodNotes: James Bond, dispirited office worker, awaits assignment and considers the empty, material life his profession affords....

  • Anne

    007 is much less incompetent in this one. Good for you, Bond! Still, when his inner monologue drifts into describing or thinking about women, things get unintentionally hilarious. Like, I can see how ...

  • Joe Valdez

    The two thirty-eights roared simultaneously.So begins Moonraker, the third novel by Ian Fleming. Published in 1955, it continues the exploits of British Secret Service agent James Bond following Casin...

  • Carmen

    For all of you who read my previous James Bond reviews (Casino Royale and Live & Let Die) this four-star review will be giving you quite a shock.James Bond is going about his normal life as a Double 0...

  • Jason Koivu

    Moonraker gets fiendish with its plot and villains, making this the first of the James Bond books to feel like a James Bond movie.Pure Cold War spy bliss, this book taps into our collective fear of ma...

  • Richard Derus

    Rating: 4* of fiveYes, again I'm rating the 1979 movie, not the 1954 book. Get over it.The pre-credits sequence of this film is the absolute all-time best thrill ride in the Bondiverse. Seeing it agai...

  • Dave Schaafsma

    The third Bond I am reading, and in order. So after making ill-advised social commentary in his last book, Fleming begins to really get into the groove for which we know him best, fast action sequence...

  • Bill

    The jet setting glamour we associate with secret agent James Bond is absent from Ian Fleming's third 007 novel, which is set entirely in England. However, there's still luxurious food & high stakes ga...

  • BrokenTune

    "Why do all the men wear moustaches?" asked Bond, ignoring Drax's question. Again he had the impression that his question had nettled the other man.Drax gave one of his short barking laughs. "My idea,...

  • Lyn

    A good James Bond novel.Ian Fleming first published Moonraker in 1955 and it is the third book featuring his master spy, 007. Oddly set in England (Bond is almost always sent out of country due to jur...