This was a good narration. I truly enjoyed it. The narrator has a way of making the story and making the motivation believable. There were some slow points but that is not so much of a detractor as these periods gave the listener relevant detail that amplify the intrigue of the story. Many say a typical Ludlum and I agree. There is a certain amount of closure to the Jason Borne story as we learn of his past and present. A great book for a real fan!
I was looking forward to this book. I like Robert Ludlum and Scott Brick. However, after two hours of listening to idiotic dialog, sophomoric plot lines, and clumsy attempts at high drama punctuated by a lot of yelling by the narrator, I gave up. Sorry I wasted two credits.
I enjoyed Bourne Identity and Bourne Supermacy both were good, and Scott Brick does a good job, but Bourne Ultimatum is bad, I couldn't even finish it which is a first for me in auidobooks.
Adequate, I don't think the material (dialog) left him with much to work with. The dialog in the book is rather sophmoric. Hard to beleive the characters are ventrans.
Disappopintment after the first 2 books.
Don't waste 2 credits. Skip this book if you liked the first 2 in the Bourne series you will be disappointed. I made it through the first 3 parts and never listened to the 4th couldn't stand the dialog and characters, felt like it was writen by high school student.
It seems that in every single dialogue, the discoveries have to be spelled out one letter at a time. It is as if these intelligent people all become clueless morons when listening to another. It made for endless dialogues that crawled along at a snail's pace. And they comprised a good portion of this book. I think the author was being paid by the page. Not worth four volumes of listening.