Enjoy some 007 podcasting!
Believe me, if there is someone reading this who takes it to heart and is vying to be the best version of themselves, you’re on your way being a double-0. You won’t have a licence to kill but you’ll be freaking awesome in many people’s eyes just the same.
A bit of an off week here at Double 0 Aficionado. No article this week, but we are working behind the scenes on a project that was announced about 2 months ago: The James Bond Complex, a new 007 podcast that I co-host with partner in crime, Mathieu Auclair.
Running only 30 pages, Solstice packs a lot of punch. 007 is a property that rarely allows itself to get particularly sentimental, save a few memorable exceptions, and although Solstice doesn’t plead the reader to take out tissues to wipe away the tears, there is something of a beating heart.
Operating in chronological order of their publication, Casino Royale was the first literary Bond adventure the blog analyzed in two parts, in May and then in August. August was 3 months ago at this point and no new book reviews have emerged. Why is that? The answer is actually quite thrilling, if I may say so myself.
If all goes well, the weekend in exactly 2 years from now will see the North American release of Bond 25.
Now, let’s make the wait for Bond 25 as painless as possible, shall we? Operation Bondification begins.