Sound effects are too invasive. I don't see the need for them at all. Other than that, the book is typical Bourne and entertaining.
There was much repetitiveness about the book
The true likenesses to the original characters
I don't have a clue
The story as a whole was as expected from the Bourne series, with the one exception of dropping off where the last book was and picking up where the last movie was. Anyone that had seen and read the last book knows what I am talking about. I understand that there was going to have to be a reconciliation for the series to continue, but I'd have been more pleased if a way was found to address the Bourne family as we had come to know it and go on with the Bourne program without loosing the thread of the original family.
Yes, this one is very similar in style.
I didn't notice the narrator, which to me is a good thing.
The only extreme reaction was that the story line took such an abrupt change at the very beginning.
I gave up after the first 1.5 hours. While I read other reviews I thought I would see for myself, and I have to agree with other reviews, Its really hard to follow and keep the large number of characters and names straight. Very confusing.
Lincoln Child and Douglas Prestion
Father, Husband, Business owner. Enjoy the entire Vince Flynn series, and would recommend them to anyone who enjoys action books.
The story in this book is a great continuation of his previous books, but the narrator is very difficult to listen too. I would recommend listening to this book for the sake of the story line, but be prepared for a let down on the delivery of the story.
If you enjoy these books, check out American Assassin by Vince Flynn.
Yes. I would prefer the audiobook of this book.
Thrilling, mind-twisting, suspenseful. and entertaining for the new Science Fiction Mystery Thriller fan.
The best scene is the part of the finding out the real truth about a friend.
This book surprised me at the most part with the twists and turns in this book story.
If you have not read all of the previous installments, you will be lost; however, if you know something about the series, this is a perfect read for all (acceptable) age groups.
somewhere in the middle
It was predictable.
I have not. So, I have nothing to compare it to.
Good performance saved a mediocre story.
Of the Eric Van Lustbader Bourne audio-books, this one has the worst narrator, doesn't do good accents and sounds like he has a chest cold the entire time. I would look at the Bourne Legacy or Bourne Betrayal if you want a new Bourne audio book, much better. Jeremy Davison was a much better narrator.