Moonraker (James Bond 3.) 2 csillagozás

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At M's request, Bond confronts Sir Hugo Drax at the card table, on a mission to teach the millionaire and head of the Moonraker project a lesson he won't forget, and prevent a scandal engulfing Britain's latest defence system. But there is more to the mysterious Drax than simply cheating at cards. And once Bond delves deeper into goings on at the Moonraker base he discovers that both the project and its leader are something other than they pretend to be.

Eredeti megjelenés éve: 1955

A következő kiadói sorozatokban jelent meg: James Bond Thomas & Mercer angol · James Bond Thomas & Mercer angol · Vintage Classics Vintage

Thomas & Mercer, Seattle, 2012
258 oldal · puhatáblás · ISBN: 9781612185453
Vintage, London, 2012
352 oldal · ISBN: 9780099576877
Penguin, London, 2008
312 oldal · puhatáblás · ISBN: 9780141028330

3 további kiadás

Enciklopédia 15

Szereplők népszerűség szerint

James Bond · Carl von Clausewitz · Gala Brand · M · Sir Hugo Drax

Helyszínek népszerűség szerint

London · Anglia

Várólistára tette 1

Kiemelt értékelések

SDániel P>!
Ian Fleming: Moonraker

Az előző részhez hasonlóan szórakoztató munka Flemingtől. A felvezetés, karakterábrázolás itt is működik; Bond figurája itt is összetettebb, emberibb, és ez a filmek (bizonyos epizódjai) mellett nagyon üdítő. Helyszín szempontjából a „Moonraker” nem tartozik a világjáró epizódok közé, itt végig Angliában vagyunk, de ez igazából nem lényeges. Mint Fleming többi munkája, nem akar Shakespeare-i babérokra törni (ahogy maga az író is megjegyezte magáról), de amiért megírta őket, arra megfelelnek.

Pan Books, London, 1969
192 oldal · puhatáblás · ISBN: 9780330102346

Népszerű idézetek

SDániel P>!

„[…] Always suspicious of sunburned men in England, Either they've not got a job of work to do or they put it on with a sun-lamp.”

14. oldal

SDániel P>!

'Shooting hell out of a piece of cardboard doesn't prove anything' was his single line introduction to the Small-arms Defence Manual.

7. oldal

SDániel P>!

„Anyone who gets christened Loelia Ponsoby ought to get used to pet names.”

7. oldal

SDániel P>!

He touched her for the last time and then they turned away from each other and walked off into their different lives.

190. oldal

Kapcsolódó szócikkek: Gala Brand · James Bond
SDániel P>!

M. was such a desperate stickler about Government property and personnel. Using Bond on a personal matter must have seemed to him like stealing the Government's money.

15. oldal

Kapcsolódó szócikkek: James Bond · M
SDániel P>!

„ […] The ones who understand nothing but addition, division – and silence. The useful ones.”

41. oldal

SDániel P>!

Some of the letters had been hidden by a neighbouring building. It was only one of those Shell advertisements. 'Summer Shell is here' was what it said.
Bond smiled to himself and walk back to his car and drove on.
When he had first seen the sign, half-hidden by the building, great crimson letters across the evening sky had flashed a different message.
They had said: 'Hell is here…Hell is here…Hell is here.'

26. oldal

SDániel P>!

Meyer, who had been a silent passenger for most of the evening and who had the look of a man caught in a cage with a couple of tigers, seemed relieved at being offered a chance of making his escape.

50. oldal

SDániel P>!

'Admiral Sir M – M –: something at the Ministry of Defence.' M looked like any member of any of the clubs in St James's Street. […] It was difficult to believe that an hour before he had been playing with a thousand live chessmen against the enemies of England; that there might be, this evening, fresh blood on his hands, or a successful burglary, or the hideous knowledge of a disgusting blackmail case.
And what could the casual observer think of him, 'Commander James Bond, GMG, RNVSR', also 'something at the Ministry of Defence', the rather saturnine young man in his middle thirties sitting opposite the Admiral? Something a bit cold and dangerous in that face. Looks pretty fit. May have been attached to Templer in Malaya. Or Nairobi. Mau Mau work. Tough-looking customer. Doesn't look the sort of chap one usually see in Blades.
Bond knew that there was something alien and un-English about himself. He knew that he was a difficult man to cover up. Particularly in England. He shrugged his shoulders. Abroad was what mattered. He would never have a job to do in England. Outside the jurisdiction of the Service. Anyway, he didn't need a cover this evening. This was recreation.

28. oldal

Kapcsolódó szócikkek: Anglia · James Bond · M
SDániel P>!

His headache was still sitting over his right eye as if it had been nailed there.

61. oldal

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