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Dr. No Essay

639 words - 3 pages

James Bond In this book, Dr. No, James Bond is a international spy (or secret agent). Bond is a tough man that is very cocky and only likes to get his way. He has just gotten out of the hospital because of a mishap that happened on his previous job that almost left him dead. Now that he is all better, his boss, M, sends him on a new job in Jamaica. M tells him that it will be an easy one that will give him a good vacation from the hospital. Bond doesn't like this because he doesn't take pity very good, but since he is ordered to do it he does. This job however ends up to be as life threatening as his last one. Down in Jamaica Bond contacts one of his good friends, Quarrel. Quarrel is a man that Bond can trust and relies on for good contacts. In the couple of days that he is down there Bond does his normal activities of questioning people and gathering information. Once he finds enough about what he is looking for, Bond and Quarrel head to Dr. No's island, called Crab Key. There he meets a beautiful girl and being the charming gentlemen he is, gets more information about the island and the Dr. No. Not too long after meeting she starts to fall in love with him. This poses a problem later on in the book. Now that they are all together trouble finds them easier. The girl, Honeychile Rider, tells Bond about the "Dragon" and how it is scaring the birds away. of course right away Bond doesn't believe her and he decides to go investigate. While they all go search the island they run into a couple of problems. When these problems arise, we...

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