Forever and a Day

Anthony Horowitz’s number one bestselling James Bond novel Forever and a Day, is now available in the UK in paperback.  A prequel to the first ever 007 story Casino Royale, this thriller follows Bond as he becomes a secret agent with a licence to kill.

 

A British agent floats in the waters of the French Riviera, murdered by an unknown hand.

Determined to uncover the truth, James Bond enters a world of fast cars, grand casinos and luxury yachts. But beneath the glamour, he soon encounters a dangerous network of organised crime.

It’s time for Bond to earn his licence to kill. He must find those responsible and unravel their devastating plan – before he becomes their next victim…

Forever-and-a-day_PB_Website-text_456x700px_TwoFollowing the success of his first Bond novel Trigger Mortis in 2015, Anthony Horowitz does not disappoint with his second offering.  When the book was first published last year, it became a Sunday Times number one bestseller and received rave reviews from across the media.

‘The super spy is back, with a fresh injection from novelist and screenwriter extraordinaire, Anthony Horowitz. The expert in suspense takes us back to the beginning of James Bond’s story… the story rips along with plenty of familiar Bond staples: evil villains, fast cars and women falling for young Bond’s charms. Ian Fleming would be proud.’ – Guardian

‘Straight away Horowitz is able to capture Fleming’s flowing style and intricate details from how Bond likes his eggs in the morning to the cars he drives… He’s just as faithfully suave as in the original novels.’ – Daily Express

‘A novel that feels very like a film… fast-paced, skilfully written… leaves you wanting more, and for serious Bond junkies [it] is the next fix in a long tale of addiction.’ – The Times

“[Horowitz’s Bond] is once again in safe hands, not departing much from Fleming’s entertaining formula… Horowitz’s light touch and smooth plotting create something close to the ideal holiday read.” – Irish Examiner

There is also an audiobook version available, narrated by Matthew Goode, which was also selected as The Times’ audiobook of the week.  Between this and the paperback, your next holiday read is sorted – pick up your copy today!