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Speaking of Sherwood, DoN has made me want to read her other works. A Wild and True Revelation sound right up my alley so I can't wait for that to come out next year and I'm interested to read Testament. I don't know that much about it except for the fact that it was critically acclaimed so I hope it lives up to that hype.
And I suppose if I'm being thorough, The Feast of the Drowned by Steve Cole. It was one of the first Doctor Who New Series Adventure novels for Tennant's Tenth Doctor (so weird to have to caveat that now), but it was one of the first books I remember reading but also I had the free audiobook supplement read by Tennant and so purely on sentimental value I really liked it and from what I remember it does hold up as a decent Doctor Who story.
And then I always bought the Alex Rider books, I remember very vividly the graphic novel for Stormbreaker and I did read the novel but all it's unfortunately overshadowed but the terrible movie adaptation for me.
Now that IFP and EON both have the legal rights, I hope IFP does for Blofeld what Doyle’s estate did for Moriarty. He is the Bond villain (other than maybe Goldfinger or Trevelyan from a marketing standpoint), who could headline a book or two. I think it’d be better if it was set in modern times, the character, Irma Bunt and Spectre do need a modern literary book comeback.
Yep Indy had a fair amount of books and comics in the 90s. They are hard to find and can be quite expensive. Lucasfilm should do with literary Indy what IFP does with Bond: a new author in charge of writing books. Indy always will have a adult audience akin to Bond, Jack Ryan or Jack Reacher. I also want to put Jeffery Deaver, Raymond Benson Sophie Hannah and Kim Sherwood in as possible names for the series.
Kim Sherwood’s next non-Bond book.