Lucas Reis Reis 从 纽约
它得到了很好的支持。 每个人都喜欢阅读它！ 但是当我开始写第一本书时，真的很棒！ 你把你带入了哈利的世界！ 小说中发现的怪兽人物和场景。 这只三头狗我永远不会忘记！ 有时我很害怕继续读这本书。 电影上映时，它接近了我对场景的想法……这让我看着电影接连出现……。
真的很喜欢这本书！ 最后大转弯。 就个人而言，我本可以使用更多的字符物理描述。
For Your Eyes Only is a book of a few short James Bond stories, some of which have titles recognizable from the movies but aren't related otherwise. Several take place at the waning days of the British Empire with Bond investigating things in remote parts of the empire with regional governors telling him about "the natives" even as their own power is diminishing. In "A View to a Kill" he investigates a spy ring intercepting the allies' motorcycle couriers, turning himself into the bait for them once he figures out how they're probably operating. "For Your Eyes Only" is probably the best one, with Bond sent by M to investigate, and unstated, avenge, the murders of one of M's oldest friends (M was the best man at their wedding) who was a property owner in a Caribbean island, which was desired by a Cuban gangster ready to kill for it. Of course, M isn't the only one out for vengeance, and Bond soon runs into the old couple's daughter, well armed herself. In "Quantum of Solace" Bond is stuck in a discussion after a formal dinner with the governor of Jamaica because it's too earlier to be polite to leave. Neither of them particularly likes the other, but formalities must be observed. By the end, though, they have a good storytelling session and understand one another a bit better. "Risico" has a plot that forms some of the basis of the movie "For Your Eyes Only" with Bond getting involved with a Greek smuggler cooperating with British Intelligence in order to investigate another one. But who is who, and who is using whom? In "The Hildebrand Rarity" is stuck after a job in Seychelles with little to do except dive, so a rude, obnoxious, drunken, American millionaire, Krest, hires him, not knowing he's really a top-notch spy, to hunt down a very rare fish for him to take home so a science foundation will pay for his expensive yacht. Throughout the hunting Bond stays on Krest's yacht and is treated like a servant, abused and yelled at by Krest, but not as badly as Krest's very young wife. By the end Krest is found dead with the fish shoved into his throat, and no one knows who did it.