Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Dominion (JASON BOURNE) Paperback – 2 Feb 2012
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"* 'Watch your back 007 - Bourne is out to get you' - SUNDAY TIMES * 'A superspy to rival Bond' - INDEPENDENT * 'Lustbader remains a fine choice to fill Ludlum's large shoes and he has delivered a book worthy of the Bourne legacy' - USA TODAY" --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
The latest instalment in the most famous thriller series of them all. Bourne is back, and this time the stakes are higher than ever...See all Product Description
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Those who seek my hurt speak of destruction,
And plan deception all the day long." -- Psalm 38:12 (NKJV)
In The Bourne Dominion, Jason Bourne, the world's best-loved, amnesia-plagued assassin once again shows himself to be a rarity in the secret world, someone who can be trusted to do the right thing. If you miss having Jason Bourne in the middle of the killing fields, The Bourne Dominion provides some entertaining action and plot twists revolving around the themes of identity and trust. Be warned that the main story starts slowly and is deceptive in its apparent predictability. The pace and your interest will pick up quite a bit around the middle and will be well sustained by the end.
Author Eric Van Lustbader does a fine job of allowing Jason Bourne to notice what everyone else misses . . . and to take appropriate action at the right time. It's the book's most appealing feature to me. Almost as good are the ways that combatants are able to escape seemingly impossible situations in ways that don't stretch credibility too far.
The book has several story lines with changing narrators, which helps to keep the overall plot picture balanced. It's also a nice way to add some thrills by leaving key characters in cliffhanging situations.
Mr. Lustbader's weakness is that he doesn't get inside of Bourne's psyche in the ways that would make the book come alive and be more intriguing. Perhaps that aspect of his writing will improve in future books.
P.15 "California with the largest deposit of rare earths outside of China"
It now seems that Greenland can claim that distinction.
Error p.76 " the Southern Hemisphere sun..." Bourne is between Bogota and Cali which are north of the equator.
Error p.334 "Damascus..between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers" Actually hundreds of kilometres away.
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Poor, another bunch of so called heroes and villains . So many better examples.
Best selling maybe, but not in the first division
Each book of Robert Ludlum gets more intriguing. Looking forward to more of the same. Go getum Jason. Thank you.Published 6 months ago by bwgi