The Spy Who Loved Me Folio Edition
16th March 2020
Folio Society has released a new illustrated edition of Ian Fleming's experimental novel
By MI6 Staff
Ian Fleming’s spy takes on a controversial format shift in 'The Spy Who Loved Me', the ninth volume in Folio’s James Bond collection.
The latest volume in Folio’s celebrated Bond collection features a unique twist: for the first and only time in the series, we witness the agent’s adventures through the eyes of another character. Observed by a woman who finds him both frightening and alluring, Bond is exposed in a way that the reader has never seen before – making The Spy Who Loved Me an essential read for anyone wishing to get under the skin of the famous secret agent.
This edition features a smart binding inspired by the agent’s suits, and a series of exquisitely glamorous – and daring – illustrations by series artist Fay Dalton.
For this edition, we have also reintroduced Fleming’s original prologue, which had been removed from all modern editions of the text. In an unusual move by the author, this short introduction suggests that the manuscript had been left on his desk by Vivienne Michel, the character who narrates the book.
Bound in blocked cloth
Set in Miller with Folio Bold Condensed as display
Frontispiece and 6 colour illustrations
9" x 6.25"
About the illustrator
Fay Dalton is a London-based illustrator. She has a first class degree in Illustration and was the winner of the 2010 Pickled Ink Award for illustration. Fay combines traditional drawing and painting methods with digital painting.
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