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The Bourne Identity (book)

30 Ratings: 3.8
A book by Robert Ludlum

"Mr. Ludlum stuffs more surprises into his novels than any other six-pack of thriller writers combines."—The New York Times

Author: Robert Ludlum
Genre: Mystery & Thrillers
Publisher: Richard Marek Publishers
8 reviews about The Bourne Identity (book)
review by . May 21, 2009
I'm a bit late to the party, having not read the books when they were originally published and not yet seen the movie that was advertised with a picture of Matt Damon as Jason Bourne on the cover of the paperback edition I read. But the party is worth joining, even if you missed the first round. Ludlum's book hits the ground running with constant action in the first third. The middle lags a bit as Ludlum uses dialog between Jason Bourne, the hit man without a history, and his hostage-then-lover-then-assistant …
review by . November 21, 2010
Like most of the people today, I have been introduced to Jason Bourne through the movie trilogy staring Matt Damon. In my opinion these were well executed spy/assassin thrillers and are among my favorite action thrillers of all time. I was aware that they were based on the eponymous novels by Robert Ludlum, but until recently did not consider reading it. I am really glad that I eventually got around and read the book, because it is every bit as exciting as the movie. Furthermore, although the main …
review by . November 15, 2010
Like most of the people today, I have been introduced to Jason Bourne through the movie trilogy staring Matt Damon. In my opinion these were well executed spy/assassin thrillers and are among my favorite action thrillers of all time. I was aware that they were based on the eponymous novels by Robert Ludlum, but until recently did not consider reading it. I am really glad that I eventually got around and read the book, because it is every bit as exciting as the movie. Furthermore, although the main …
review by . November 15, 2010
Like most of the people today, I have been introduced to Jason Bourne through the movie trilogy staring Matt Damon. In my opinion these were well executed spy/assassin thrillers and are among my favorite action thrillers of all time. I was aware that they were based on the eponymous novels by Robert Ludlum, but until recently did not consider reading it. I am really glad that I eventually got around and read the book, because it is every bit as exciting as the movie. Furthermore, although the main …
review by . November 15, 2010
Like most of the people today, I have been introduced to Jason Bourne through the movie trilogy staring Matt Damon. In my opinion these were well executed spy/assassin thrillers and are among my favorite action thrillers of all time. I was aware that they were based on the eponymous novels by Robert Ludlum, but until recently did not consider reading it. I am really glad that I eventually got around and read the book, because it is every bit as exciting as the movie. Furthermore, although the main …
review by . March 05, 2009
Having seen the movie of the same title and really liking it I decided to try this book.  The movie takes some aspects from the book but both are absolutely different stories.  And as good as the movie was, the book is about 100 times better!   It starts out with some newspaper articles about some assassinations and the hunt for a man named Carlos.  That is just fodder to be stored away till much later in the book.  The story then jumps ahead to a man being shot and falling …
review by . May 16, 2005
Let's face it, there's a hard day in every male's life when he realizes he's never going to become a professional spy/killer.    This is a great book about solo spies/assasins and their wonderful abilities to adapt. Spies and espionage are very fascinating subjects to read about because it is something that most everyone can only imagine or pretend about. Well, this book is ingeniously written about the life of a spy, with a very interesting storyline about the loss of Bourne's …
review by . September 22, 2004
Having seen the movie of the same title and really liking it I decided to try this book. The movie takes some aspects from the book but both are absolutely different stories. And as good as the movie was, the book is about 100 times better!    It starts out with some newspaper articles about some assassinations and the hunt for a man named Carlos. That is just fodder to be stored away till much later in the book. The story then jumps ahead to a man being shot and falling into …
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