Audiobook Review: Casino Royale (1953)

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Casino Royale by Ian Fleming, narrated by Dan Stevens

Well, if he had to die anyway, he might as well try it the hard way.

Okay, well, Dan Stevens narrating this probably made me like it more than I otherwise would have. This is one of those rare moments where I’ve found the film far superior to the book. Now, I understand the book was written in 1953, but Bond’s remarks about rape and how useless he finds Vesper really grated at my nerves. Also, he calls her a ‘bitch’ far too often. Sit down, Bond, you’re being a spork.

Daniel Craig is forever my Bond, but I feel like Movie Bond and Book Bond need to have a good long sit down about toxic masculinity as Book Bond is really testing my patience.

Me, upon finishing this:

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I really wanna rewatch the film now, though. Daniel Craig and Eva Green are perfection.

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**gifs found online, not mine

3 thoughts on “Audiobook Review: Casino Royale (1953)

    1. Yeah, the book literally ends with him calling her a bitch and he spends half the book thinking really gross thoughts about her. Movie >>>book

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