Forever and a Day author Anthony Horowitz tells Anna James why he spent years angling for an invite to write a Bond novel, and has relished creating one that resonates in the age of Brexit and #MeToo.
"Obviously 1950s Britain is a world away from 2018 and where we are now, and it’s very interesting to see how people respond to the book in terms of the type of Britishness which it is promoting. Bond captures a chunk of British history – the Cold War, the atomic age. It’s set five years after the end of the Second World War, and the attitudes aren’t attitudes people have now."
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