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The real Jason Bourne whose real name is David Webb is, to say the least, furious and this fury is further fueled by the kidnapping of his wife, Marie. After that, David Webb goes back to being Bourne in order to find his wife and to kill the man who is impersonating him. I really enjoyed this book because it keeps the sense of action that movies have. It also is really suspenseful and keeps you glued to the page. I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys espionage novels.

That difficult middle book in a trilogy. This time, Bourne is tricked into heading to Hong Kong to track down his kidnapped wife. Except it's all a government plot to get him to assassinate a rogue Chinese leader who is threatening the stability of the region.

Involving the Chinese, American and British secret services. This book was pretty un-put-down-able - including several late nights where my arms were unable to support the book any more. S That difficult middle book in a trilogy. Sadly the ending felt a little rushed and a little too neat, but that hardly detracts from the book at all. View all 3 comments. The second novel in the original Bourne Trilogy and Mr Ludlum is really getting the hang of this character.

It is almost as if the fictional Jason Bourne is now living a life of his own and the author is just along for the ride. Mainly set in Hong Kong and China the almost supernatural spy is leaving a trail of destruction and we are never really sure who is actually in control of actions and consequences.

Ludlum truly was a master of the genre. If you liked the Bourne Identity then pick this up The second novel in the original Bourne Trilogy and Mr Ludlum is really getting the hang of this character. If you liked the Bourne Identity then pick this up - no doubt worth your reading time. View 2 comments. The first and the last pages were great. The pages in the middle were kind of slow. The book is totally different from the movie. The book takes place in China in the late 70s and is premised on how the world will pretty much end if China tries to take over Hong Kong before Nothing like an out-dated international crisis to get the blood pumping.

I'm just glad to have finished this book I read it over the course of 2 years. Seasonal Reading Challenge Fall Task Jul 07, Bookworm Smith rated it it was ok Shelves: The second installment of the Bourne series is again full of action. However, the old proverb - about sequels never being as good as the original - is true. This book just has too many words. It could be a quick two or three hundred page fast movin' action packed paperback, instead of the page mammoth it turned into.

Now, there were many scenes that put you on the edge of your seat and kept you turning those pages. There were the expected car chases, the identity changes, the occas The second installment of the Bourne series is again full of action. There were the expected car chases, the identity changes, the occasional explosions and gun battles that I was expecting and hoping for.

But, there was also so much more Pages and pages of dialogue that seemed to drag on and on and on At points while reading I wanted to yell at the book, "get to the point already! Or, at least move on to a car chase or something! In this novel an assassin has been murdering top Hong Kong business men and diplomats, all the while leaving the calling card of Jason Bourne. The copy cat had to be stopped. He is the only person in the world with enough skill to do it. The plan is to kidnap his wife, whom you may remember as the tough as nails Canadian economist from the first novel?

The plan goes a bit haywire after Marie escapes. Jason turns crazy thinking his wife is dead There conversations try to tell a bigger story about the Chinese wanting to cause a major crisis in Hong Kong so they can take it back over. A big far fetched you say? I was lost too. After reading the or so pages outlining the collapse of the East I was really bored, annoyed, and had eye strain.

This, consequently, left me with the feeling that this book was really slow and not that good overall. Another bone I have to pick with Ludlum is that error on Canadian geography! He writes that Marie is a tough ranch girl and their family has a ranch in Calgary. Makes sense, there are ranches out in Calgary. Calgary is in the province of Alberta which is wide open ranch country.

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Where the mistake comes up is that Ludlum keeps mentioning the ranch is in Ontario not Alberta! Every time he wrote something about Marie being a tough Ontario ranch girl I would cringe.

I'm still left wondering how an editor did not catch something like this? Apr 06, Matt rated it liked it Shelves: Anyone looking for a book that mirrors the adaptation that made Matt Damon the new spy fatale can move along and not read the rest of this review. Alas, it goes to show that bombs and sex sells, while honest to goodness thriller books, set in a time before GPS technology and the like, seem to wither on the vine.

I must say that while the book Anyone looking for a book that mirrors the adaptation that made Matt Damon the new spy fatale can move along and not read the rest of this review.

I must say that while the book was a little dense and I found it too detailed in parts, it does reflect some of the keys of the world of espionage back in the mid- to lates. Ludlum does an excellent job of encapsulating the hunt for truth and villains, against a very interesting backdrop Communist China , while not flogging their ideology as the central theme of their villainous ways.

The book focuses on the two plots of finding the imposter Bourne and Mrs. With a ton of detail and character introduction, the reader may find it hard to distinguish between the original Jason Bourne actually David Webb, also called Delta while he was in Vietnam and the imposter, as names appear interchangeable at the drop of a hat.

Add to that the fact that I was listening to the book gotta love Scott Brick and it got all the more confusing and made me have to pay special attention. I must admit that Hollywood sure did kick the Ludlum estate in the gonads, trying to pass the movies off as parallels to the book.

Not that I worry about the movie-going public, but anyone wanting to tackle the true and pure Bourne series will be sadly disappointed if their attention span is only that of shooting, killing, gore and sex. Kudos Mr. Ludlum on a job well done. Oct 14, Daniel Ionson rated it it was amazing Shelves: Once again, utterly forget all of the movies.

While book 1 of this series is superior, this is still a top-notch book. Ludlum knows how to keep the tension brewing. Once again, the protagonist's psychology inner-conflict is a great element of the tale. I highly recommend this book; it's nothing like a "dumb action movie" book.

A thing I really never got: The Ambassador who manipulated David never convinced me that David was truly n Once again, utterly forget all of the movies. The Ambassador who manipulated David never convinced me that David was truly necessary for this mission. Sure, David's the best. But he's not as good as 5 others combined.

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Why didn't they get agents and put them into the field to accomplish this mission? Jun 25, Hajarath Prasad Abburu rated it it was amazing. It's a whodunit. It's a psychological thriller. It's a spy adventure. And more than everything, it's a beautiful love story. David Webb and Marie are thoroughly impressive as leads, but whenever Jason Bourne comes to the fore, he delivers the fireworks so rivetingly.. Having read the book at a stretch for a reason, the tension never really diff It's a whodunit.

Having read the book at a stretch for a reason, the tension never really diffused. Guess I read it at the right time. Mar 01, Asghar Abbas rated it really liked it. It was fine. Apr 24, Patrick rated it liked it. Far fetched but entertaining.

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Towards the end, it felt like the story had dragged on for too long. Ludlum's transliteration of the Chinese made them all sound like they were speak Mandarin. This is an important political distinction during this sensitive time for Hong Kong.

View all 8 comments. And the legend is back. Jason moves heaven and earth to get her back, which means leaving his gentle alter-ego, David, behind and embracing the killer he tried so hard to forget, Delta, in the hunt for his successor.

The new Jason Bourne is out there and only the original can catch him. Behind the scenes Havilland and And the legend is back.

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Behind the scenes Havilland and the US government work with MI-6 to move their chess pieces around China in their attempts to stop the Kuomintang from implementing a war between Taiwan the True China and the mainland. The entire book is a race against the clock and a test of ultimate endurance. Although this Bourne instalment was a bit repetitive at first, echoing many of the ideas from The Bourne Identity , it was so action packed and intriguing by the end that I forgave it.

I was biting my nails through the last half because I really didn't know what to expect. I was seriously worried about the outcome for all of the characters involved, mainly David and Marie.

Ultimately this is another book that explores the ideas of ends justifying means and whether one life is fair to trade for the lives of millions. Havilland seems to think he knows the answer, but then again he's an evil, evil, manipulative monster. I have to say, the book was far better than the movie nope, not shocking at all, and I love the movies and it's completely different as well.

The title actually makes sense here whereas the movie leaves me scratching my head in that regard. All in all this was a really great read full of great cultural references concerning the Orient. Jan 16, Antonia rated it liked it Shelves: Patient, brilliant and breath-stopping is this book! Robert Ludlum always hooks me so easily in his well-researched books that I curse myself for ever aspiring of writing one myself! Sometimes, the simplest of the sentences that he frames loop me in them for minutes, while I try to understand the various other meanings he might have intended for the said.

Jason Bourne is finally shown as the man with more than 2 parts well at the end of the book, until when it was only hinted, and never explicitl Patient, brilliant and breath-stopping is this book!

Jason Bourne is finally shown as the man with more than 2 parts well at the end of the book, until when it was only hinted, and never explicitly displayed. I was fearing that this book might coincide with the movie, but thank goodness! The movie has a plot very much different than the book.

I can literally go on for hours, brooding about the sides of humanity covered in the book. Or just the confusing story that evolved with every progressing chapter. The lengthened dialogues and description add so richly to the background of the plot that I sometimes crave for more description!

Robert Ludlum seems to me the best of writers in the category he writes for. It can't get better than this, seriously! Jan 28, Danielle rated it did not like it. God, if this book could have been harder to get through, I'm not sure how. I read an older version, but they shouldn't even put Matt Damon's face on this thing. There is basically nothing in common with this book and the movie except the name of the main character and the title.

Unbelievably, all the negatives of the first book were further exacerbated in this one by making the ranting 20 pages long instead of 10 and making the story into such a convoluted conspiracy that it's amazing the United God, if this book could have been harder to get through, I'm not sure how. Unbelievably, all the negatives of the first book were further exacerbated in this one by making the ranting 20 pages long instead of 10 and making the story into such a convoluted conspiracy that it's amazing the United States has a single person that doesn't work in black ops what with all the manpower put behind trying to control every major political event that ever occurred.

My dad gave me the 3rd one when he was visiting and said it was a little better, but I'm not sure I'm willing to risk it. Feb 23, Seth rated it liked it.

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When I read the first book in the series, I was a bit disappointed. I had just seen the movie adaptation and my expectations for the book were rather high.

But a strange thing happened with the second and third books in the series--while the movie adaptations got worse, the books in the series got better. I consider this the midpoint in the upswing of the Jason Bourne story arc; Ludlum has succeeded in introducing an interesting character, and he continually raises the bar in terms of action and When I read the first book in the series, I was a bit disappointed. I consider this the midpoint in the upswing of the Jason Bourne story arc; Ludlum has succeeded in introducing an interesting character, and he continually raises the bar in terms of action and excitement.

The third book in the series is the very best in my opinion , but if you enjoy the character or story of Jason Bourne at all, this is worth the read. Also, those who like political or conspiracy thrillers might enjoy this book. So this time instead of Europe Bourne had to run through oriental environs of Hong Kong and China to grab a killer who is killing in his name in the name of Jason Bourne. And David Webb has to be Jason Bourne again in order to stop the fake assassin and to stop a terrible plan from succeeding.

I don't remember the movie much and intend to watch them again but I don't think that the movie went on the similar storyline. I reall So this time instead of Europe Bourne had to run through oriental environs of Hong Kong and China to grab a killer who is killing in his name in the name of Jason Bourne.

I really liked this long book which took me long time to finish. I couldn't put down The Bourne Identity, but I couldn't seem to pick this one up.

It took me a while to finish this because I kept setting it aside for better reads. There is way too much going on in this book that I just didn't care about and as far as I could tell tell had nothing to do with the main plot. As before, please read the book and forget the movie.

Ludlum plotted and charactized a complex and well thought out story Apr 05, Rishi Prakash rated it really liked it. I had read the first book which brought me here: It succeeds on "almost" every level, combining fascinating characters where new ones get added to the old ones , colorfully depicted exotic locales which is definitely worth being a part of travelogue , and a fresh, original and compelling I had read the first book which brought me here: It succeeds on "almost" every level, combining fascinating characters where new ones get added to the old ones , colorfully depicted exotic locales which is definitely worth being a part of travelogue , and a fresh, original and compelling story.

This is like a high octane stuff but at times the details can start getting to you so it is for readers who love that kind of vivid details: Jan 26, Adrian Ramos rated it really liked it. Book 2 of Jason Bourne. Too Damn long. Jason Bourne aka David Webb is nuts. And if you try follow along. International spies, CIA, black ops, This book was obviously written some time ago. Then in the Far East. Once, Jason Bourne was notorious in the clandestine world of covert-ops as one of the CIA's most expert international killers for hire.

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Out of the ashes of his violent past he's emerged today as a Georgetown professor, living a quiet life, retired from danger until he narrowly escapes the bullet of a faceless assassin.

And when two of Bourne's closest associates are murdered, Bourne knows that his legacy has followed him and set him up as prime suspect for the brutal crimes. The quicksand of lies and betrayals is deeper than Bourne ever imagined. Hunted by the CIA as a dangerous rogue agent, he has only one option to stay alive and one last chance to stay one step ahead of an unseen assailant whose vengeance is personal.

Pursued across the globe, Bourne's on the run, and on the edge of discovering the truth that he's become the expendable pawn in an international terrorist plot. Two months after Jason Bourne's second wife has dies, he learns that Martin Lindros, his only friend in the CIA, went missing in Africa where he was tracking shipments of yellowcake uranium. After Bourne finds him, Martin returns to the U.

In Odessa, Bourne is hampered by confusing flashes of memories. He becomes convinced that they're false, but who planted them and why? And how can he function if he can't rely on his own memories? Eventually, Bourne figures out that the man he saved in Africa isn't his friend but a double, a terrorist intent on sending Bourne off on a wild goose chase while he himself steals U. The double, continuing to pose as Martin Lindros, orders a world-wide sanction against Bourne. Now, Bourne must fight off attempts on his life, track down uranium, and stop terrorists from launching an even more devastating attack against the U.

Jason Bourne needs to regain his life as David Webb so he accepts an invitation from his beloved mentor, Dominic Specter, to join the linguistics department at Georgetown.

It's a relief to leave the Bourne identity behind, but Jason soon finds himself in a life-or-death confrontation where every move might be his last. Specter tells him that a former student and son of his old friend was killed by Muslim extremists known as the Eastern Brotherhood. Their leader is a man named Semian Icoupov, and he must be stopped because his next terrorist target is believed to be right here in America. While Jason is busy pursuing Icoupov in Russia, he's become a target himself.

Inside CI, a battle is brewing for control over the agency. In order to show the incompetence of its current director, two Pentagon operatives plan to accomplish what CI never could--hunt Bourne down and destroy him. After Bourne is ambushed and nearly killed while in Indonesia, he fakes his death to take on a new identity and mission- to find out who is trying to assassinate him.

In the process, Bourne begins to question who he really is and what he would become if he no longer carried the Bourne identity. Across the globe, an American passenger airliner is shot down over Egypt-apparently by an Iranian missile-leaving the world wondering if it was an accident or an act of aggression.

A massive global team lead by Soraya Moore is assembled to investigate the attack before the situation escalates. When Bourne's search for his would-be assassin intersects with Soraya's search for the group behind the airplane bombing, Bourne is thrust into a race to prevent a new world war.

But it may already be too late. Facing down mercenaries in Africa, Jason Bourne witnesses the death of an art dealer named Tracy Atherton. Her killing dredges up snatches of Bourne's impaired memory, in particular the murder of a young woman on Bali who entrusted him with a strangely engraved ringan artifact of such powerful significance that people have killed to obtain it.

Now he's determined to find the ring's owner and purpose. But Bourne never knows what terrible acts he'll discover he committed when he digs into the past. The trail will lead him through layers of conspiracy to a vicious Russian mercenary, Leonid Arkadin, who was also a graduate of the Central Intelligence training program Treadstone.

A covert course designed to create ruthless assassins for C. Yet before it was dismantled, it produced Bourne and Arkadin, giving them equal skills, equal force, and equal cunning.

As Bourne's destiny circles closer to Arkadin's, it becomes clear that the eventual collision of these men is not of their own making. Someone else has been watching and manipulating them. Someone who wants to know, "Who is the more deadly agent?

Jason Bourne is searching for an elusive cadre of terrorists planning to destroy America's most strategic natural resources-and needs the help of his longtime friend, General Boris Karpov. Karpov, the newly appointed head of Russia's most feared spy agency, FSB-2, is one of the most determined, honorable, and justice-hungry men that Bourne knows.

But Karpov has made a deal with the devil. In order to remain the head of FSB-2, he must hunt down and kill Bourne. Now, these two trusted friends are on a deadly collision course.

From the Colombian highlands to Munich, Cadiz, and Damascus, the clock is counting down to a disaster that will cripple America's economic and military future.

Only Bourne and Karpov have a chance to avert the catastrophe-but if they destroy each other first, that chance will be gone forever. The man Jason Bourne fishes out of the freezing sea is near death, half-drowned and bleeding profusely from a gunshot wound. He awakens with no memory of who he is or why he was shot-and Bourne is eerily reminded of his own amnesia.

Then Bourne discovers that the Mossad agent named Rebeka is so determined to find this injured man that she has gone off the grid, cut her ties to her agency, and is now being stalked by Mossad's most feared killer. Do the answers to these mysteries lie back in southeast Lebanon, in a secret encampment to which Bourne and Rebeka escaped following a firefight weeks ago? In the course of Bourne's desperate, deadly search for a secret that will alter the future of the entire world, he will experience both triumph and loss, and his life will never be the same.