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But, Bourne is a repentant sinner and must rely on the holy and wholesome folks to fulfill his redemption, so I suppose in Lustbader's mind that is the justification to deviate from the political narrative.
Intrigue to the max. Loved the book from front to back. Will continue to follow Jason Bourne as he leaps from one adventure to another.Published 10 days ago by david a. denton
In Ludlum's usual style a real thriller and interesting also. I have not read a bad book by Ludlum so far.Published 1 month ago by Castle1
very good read that holds your interest in both the players and the plot. The bad guys are quite well developed which really makes it richer.Published 2 months ago by Timothy J. Desmond
Enjoying reading about Bourne again. Good story, looking forward to reading the next Bourne book. Good job Eric Van Lustbader!Published 2 months ago by phineas
Good character development of key players introduced in the previous book, and unpredictable action at every twist and turn. Fun read!Published 2 months ago by Robert Gamble
#6 in the Bourne series and a fast-paced thriller.
The author really hates Munich, which I have always considered a pleasant, well-run city with some fine architecture. Read more
Great book. Another Bourne story that captivates, motivates, and wills you to keep reading until that fateful moment you reach the last page.Published 5 months ago by John Kaldenberg
Concentration is the key to following the plot and numerous sub- plots. Again Van Lustbader has held onto the reader with exquisite form. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Dan Flynn