I have to tell you something, I’m an ardent reader of movie tie-ins. I got them shipped directly at home and start reading until the end. Right now, I got a collection of more than two hundred books that need to be classified.
To proceed, a year ago, I stumbled upon Collectorz.com, a website that offers you to downloaded a trialware version of Book Collector which let you classify your books. However, it appears that recently the company no longer offers a standard version of the software which was priced $ 30. As a result, you need to pony up a premium version of with addotional $ 19, bringing the figure to $ 50
The policy change on removing standard version applies to all Collectorz.com products.
You can order your copy right here.
Nevertheless, the software is a must for book aficionados
I’ve been collecting movie tie-in since 2013. I’m lucky to have a friend living in the United States who ships me a lot of movie tie-in periodically. Right now, I own + 100 movie tie-ins. And here is one of my favorites.
My name’s Bond. James Bond. The World is Not Enough is by far one of my favorite James Bond’s movie. Released in 1999, the movie was followed by a movie tie-in. Written by Raymond Benson, the World is Not Enough is the fifth in the James Bond’ saga.
The World Is Not Enough was adapted by then-current Bond novelist Raymond Benson from the screenplay by Neal Purvis, Robert Wade and Bruce Feirstein. It was Benson’s fourth James Bond novel and followed the story closely, except in some details. For example, Elektra does not die immediately after Bond shoots her; instead, she begins quietly to sing. The novel also gave the Cigar Girl a name: Giulietta da Vinci, and retained a scene between her and Renard that was cut from theatrical release. Also, Bond is still carrying his Walther PPK instead of the newer P99.
The movie tie-in is also available as an audiobook at audible.com