Bourne agrees - but soon suffers from confusing flashbacks of unfamiliar places and events. Is someone brainwashing him in order to throw him off the trail? Worse still, is the man he saved really Martin Lindros? Now Bourne is on his own - gathering evidence, while trying to stay one step ahead of the terrorists who are determined to destroy the USA.
©2007 Myn Pyn, LLC; (P)2007 Hachette Audio
"[Davidson's] delivery and adept pacing of the second half animate the accelerating story to produce a satisfying finish." (AudioFile)
A perfect example of how to ruin a good book and story. The music is unnecessary and distracting, the abridgeing left the story jumpimg from one place to another making it hard to follow and damaging the credability of the story. Posibly the worsed Audio book I have ever listened to.
Not what we've come to expect from the Bourne franchise. Mr Ludlum must be turning in his grave.
The story line is so far fetched that it is laughable. Talk about suspend your disbelief, mine has gone out and hung itself!
The narration is dull and the accents were interesting to say the least, especially the Scottish Ukrainian.
The producers have tried to divert us from all this with sound effects, reverb and music.
I suppose you just have to hear it to believe it. Maybe it is destined for cult status.
I was really looking forward to this book, the story was all over the place and I did not like the sound effects
"another grippingh adventure"
Ludlum never fails in keeping you gripped to the bitter end and then you thirst for more. bring on the next book!!!
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