Thursday, 23 August 2012

David Tennant reads James Bond: On Her Majesty’s Secret Service

AudioGO have revealed information of the upcoming range of James Bond ‘007 Reloaded’ unabridged audiobooks, read by various well-known faces.

As one of the twelve actors, David Tennant is reading ‘On Her Majesty’s Secret Service’, the release of which includes an exclusive bonus interview with the Tenth Doctor himself. The cover has also been released alongside the other 007 Reloaded readings.


In his Alpine base, Blofeld is developing biological weapons that will devastate Britain. Unaware of the danger, James Bond is about to get married to Teresa di Vicenzo, the daughter of a Corsican Mafioso. But then he is sent to Switzerland. Bond's marriage and Blofeld's schemes disintegrate in a blizzard of gunfire and high explosive from which neither man emerges the victor. Includes an exclusive bonus interview with David Tennant.

Here is the full list of unabridged audiobooks and their respective readers…

  • Casino Royale read by Dan Stevens
  • Live and Let Die read by Rory Kinnear
  • Moonraker read by Bill Nighy
  • Diamonds Are Forever read by Damian Lewis
  • From Russia With Love read by Toby Stephens
  • Dr No read by Hugh Quarshie
  • Goldfinger read by Hugh Bonneville
  • Thunderball read by Jason Isaacs
  • The Spy Who Loved Me read by Rosamund Pike
  • On Her Majesty's Secret Service read by David Tennant
  • You Only Live Twice read by Martin Jarvis
  • The Man With the Golden Gun read by Kenneth Branagh

AudioGO are also running a special competition to win a “facsimile” of the first edition hardback novel of whichever story you may pre-order on audiobook.

When you pre-order any title from our 007 Reloaded range (on CD or Download), we'll enter you into a competition to win an exclusive 'one-off' prize, a facsimile of the first-edition hardback novel of the same story, signed by the star reader! All you have to do is pre-order one of our
007 Reloaded and wait to see if you've won!

> Pre-order any 007 Reloaded audiobook at

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