History Literature / YoungBond

10th Feb '17 3:55:58 AM moloch
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* ''Red Nemesis'' (2017) -- Bond receives a package from beyond the grave, plunging him into an adventure with his family's name at stake. Steve Cole's planned final volume.
25th Sep '16 11:11:41 AM erforce
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* ''Heads You Die'' (2016)
* ''Strike Lightning'' (2016)

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* ''Heads You Die'' (2016)
(2016) -- While visiting Cuba, a family friend of Bond's is kidnapped, and he starts looking for him.
* ''Strike Lightning'' (2016)(2016) -- After death of a schoolmate, Bond swears revenge and goes after those responsible.
10th Sep '16 7:31:07 AM erforce
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* ''Lightning Strikes'' (2016)

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* ''Lightning Strikes'' ''Strike Lightning'' (2016)
1st Sep '16 2:05:18 PM erforce
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* ''Heads You Die'' (2016)
* ''Lightning Strikes'' (2016)
13th Dec '15 9:45:20 AM erforce
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''Young Bond'' is a series of five [[YoungAdultLiterature young adult]] [[SpyLiterature spy novels]] initially written by Charlie Higson, featuring Creator/IanFleming's secret agent Literature/JamesBond as a young teenage boy attending school at Eton College in the 1930s.

The series was originally planned to include only five novels. However, after the release of the fifth novel, a second series was mentioned as a possibility. This became true in 2014 with the release of ''Shoot to Kill'' by Steve Cole.

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''Young Bond'' is a series of five [[YoungAdultLiterature young adult]] [[SpyLiterature spy novels]] initially written by Charlie Higson, featuring Creator/IanFleming's secret agent Literature/JamesBond as a young teenage boy attending school at Eton College in the 1930s.

The series was originally planned to include only five novels. However, after the release of the fifth novel, a second series was mentioned as a possibility. This possibility, which became true in 2014 with the release of ''Shoot to Kill'' by Steve Cole.
12th Jul '15 10:46:53 PM MasoTey
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Not to be confused with the 90s animated series ''WesternAnimation/JamesBondJr''.

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Not to be confused with the 90s animated series ''WesternAnimation/JamesBondJr''.''WesternAnimation/JamesBondJr'', which stars Bond's nephew.
28th Nov '14 7:03:19 AM erforce
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* ''Shoot to Kill'' (2014) -- Bond joins a trip to [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfHollywood Hollywoodland]], where he has to solve a blackmail-conspiracy.

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* ''Shoot to Kill'' (2014) -- Bond joins a trip to [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfHollywood Hollywoodland]], Hollywoodland, where he has to solve a blackmail-conspiracy.
28th Nov '14 6:56:54 AM erforce
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* ''Shoot to Kill'' (2014) -- Bond's aunt arranges him to be part of a trip to Hollywood, where he has solve a blackmail-conspiracy.

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* ''Shoot to Kill'' (2014) -- Bond's aunt arranges him to be part of Bond joins a trip to Hollywood, [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfHollywood Hollywoodland]], where he has to solve a blackmail-conspiracy.



* SpinOffBabies: It's James Bond...as a teenager!
* WarIsHell: Many characters took part in [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarI The Great War]], and it left its scars on them, if not directly giving inspiration, as in the case of some of the villains.

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* ForegoneConclusion: Bond will be expelled from Eton, but his adventures afterward are still to be fully told.
* MysteryMagnet: Bond keeps getting mixed up with criminal conspiracies and international spy operations by the virtue of going to school.
* SpinOffBabies: It's James Bond... as a teenager!
* WarIsHell: Many adult characters took part in [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarI The Great War]], and it left its scars on them, if not directly giving inspiration, as in the case of some of the villains.
27th Nov '14 8:58:36 PM erforce
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* ''Shoot to Kill'' (2014)

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* ''Shoot to Kill'' (2014)(2014) -- Bond's aunt arranges him to be part of a trip to Hollywood, where he has solve a blackmail-conspiracy.
8th Nov '14 9:49:25 AM erforce
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!!The examples of series-wide trope:

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!!The examples of series-wide trope:
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* WarIsHell: Many characters took part in [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarI The Great War]], and it left its scars on them, if not directly giving inspiration, as in the case of some of the villains.
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