1. The Blades Library Book Club: Zero Minus Ten

    By Devin Zydel on 2008-12-15

    Welcome back to The Blades Library Book Club – the place for quality discussions of the books of James Bond!

    Raymond Benson's 'Zero Minus Ten'

    Raymond Benson’s Zero Minus Ten

    Every two months a James Bond 007 novel is chosen for the club members to read. A thread is posted in the club forums listing locations on where you can find the novel. Discussions about the book will go on as the book is read and when it is finished. Another thread will be created so that club members can post their review and give a rating on the current book.

    All fans of the Literary Bond are eligible for membership. All you need to do to sign up is register on the CBn Forums (it’s free and only takes a minute) and then post your name in the sign up thread.

    The Book Club’s 30th Book

    We are progressing though the James Bond 007 novels in chronological order, since quite a number of members are using the club as an opportunity to read the books for the very first time.
    After moving through the Bond novels by Ian Fleming, Kingsley Amis and John Gardner, we now continue with author Raymond Benson and the first of his contributions to the literary 007 canon: 1997’s Zero Minus Ten.

    Obtaining The Book

    Ordering online should be fairly easy. Zero Minus Ten can be ordered online (although in used condition) from the following sources:

    Discuss other places to buy Zero Minus Ten or where you got your copy in this thread.

    Discuss The Book While Reading

    Want to talk about the book while reading it? Post a new thread in The Blades Library.

    Review And Rate The Book

    After you have finished reading Zero Minus Ten, you can discuss it with other club members in The Blades Library, and give the book your personal rating out of five in this thread.

    If you have any questions or suggestions just post them in a new thread. Happy reading.

    *New* Archive Of All Past Read Books

    Additionally, club members can review or comment on any of the past read books in the club any time they want. Click here for the full archive of the past read books in the club.

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