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This book thrills some serious latter. Robert Ludlum always engaged me in his well-researched books that I curse myself for ever wishful of writing one myself! At times, the simplest of the sentences that he structures circle me in them for minutes, though I try to figure out the several other implications he might have envisioned for the said. Jason Bourne is finally shown as the man with more than two parts well at the end of the book, until when it was only oblique, and never openly presented.
I was dreading that this book might accord with the film, but thank goodness!
That never came about. The film has a different storyline than the book. Return to Book Page. He has no past. And he may have no future. His memory is blank. He only knows that he was fished out of the Mediterranean Sea, his body riddled with bullets. There are a few clues: Jason Bourne. But he is marked for death, racing for survival through the layers of his buried past into a world of murderous conspirators - led by the world's most dangerous assassin, Carlos.
And no one can help Bourne but the woman who once wanted to escape him. In a Kowloon Cabaret, scrawled in a pool of blood, is a name the world wanted to forget: The Chinese vice-premier has been slain by a legendary assassin.
World leaders ask the same fearful questions: Why has Jason Bourne come back? Who is the next to die? But US officials know the truth: The name was created as cover for David Webb on his search for the notorious killer Carlos. Someone else has taken the Bourne identity and unless he is stopped, the world will pay a devastating price. So Jason Bourne must live again. The world's two deadliest spies in the ultimate showdown.
Two men, each mysteriously summoned by telegram, witness a bizarre killing. The telegrams are signed Jason Bourne. Only they know Bourne's true identity and understand the telegram is really a message from Bourne's mortal enemy, Carlos, the world's deadliest and most elusive terrorist.
And they also know that he wants a final confrontation with Bourne. Now David Webb must do what he hoped he would never have to do again - assume the terrible identity of Jason Bourne.
Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published December 4th by Orion first published More Details Original Title. Jason Bourne Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Bourne Trilogy , please sign up. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. The adventures in this trilogy of books are completely different than those in their modern-day movie counterparts.
That being said, they are intriguing in their own right. The story lines are fascinating with great action, a smidge of a love story, and lots of twists and surprises. The narrator, Darren McGavin, kept me interested and hooked as he was easy to listen to while he infused various voices and passion for his work into every line. I didn't realize this was an abridged version until I p The adventures in this trilogy of books are completely different than those in their modern-day movie counterparts.
I didn't realize this was an abridged version until I pulled out my paperbacks to follow along.
Only later did I see the fine print on the bottom of the back cover: I often found myself wanting to dig into the paperbacks again to get the full story. If only I had time for that! There were a few choppy transitions, due to its being an abridged version. If it weren't for the profanity and expletives splattered throughout, this trilogy and the paperbacks would have been five-star reads for me.
I really enjoy the spy thriller genre, but I would love it even more if the books used cleaner language. View all 10 comments. Dec 23, Michelle rated it really liked it. The books are great, and I really enjoyed them.
Don't try and confuse them with the movies, because they are completely different. I like the movies, I just want people to understand that they are completely different. View 2 comments. Jul 07, Sarah rated it it was amazing. Probably some juvenile imprinting left over from when I first picked these up as a pubescent reader more intent on devouring what my dad - a Green Beret- referred to as "that trash". He was always trying to tempt me with some non-fiction historical tome or technical manual.
I however would not be swayed from my deliciously escapist guilty pleasure of this tragic hero assassin trying to piece together his life in the midst of betrayal all around him. My first introduction to Ludlum. As with a Probably some juvenile imprinting left over from when I first picked these up as a pubescent reader more intent on devouring what my dad - a Green Beret- referred to as "that trash".
As with any gateway drug, I was hooked! Thru the years I've always had my dog-eared copies of these with me. They are my old friends by now. Familiar, but always a satisfying read for me. Kind of twisty, but okay. Aug 03, Anne Bonney rated it really liked it. Really enjoyed the Bourne books - read them again recently - so much better than the films. Matt Damon does a good job of playing Bourne, but they changed the storeylines far too much for my liking. View 1 comment. Overall, the book could be entertaining.
There were times when characters were speaking in French. Since I don't speak French and these conversations were not translated, I have no idea what they were saying at the time.
Personally, I found this annoying. I also find it annoying when characters are professing their undying love after knowing each other for two days. My ability to follow action in the written form is limited.
So I found that I would skip through a lot of these parts. Ultimately, Overall, the book could be entertaining. Ultimately, I think I probably would have enjoyed this book a bit more if I knew nothing about the movies. But it was a good read. Read this in the 80s I remember it being MUCH better in the 80s. The Bourne Identity minutes 7 words Man, mystery, lost memory, action, secret, Woman, escape Questions 1.
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