Worst narration ever, He reads through action scenes with no emotion what so ever. He gives ridiculous Scooby Doo villain voices to the antagonists. It was torture.
No. I never listen twice. No point.
It was a good story, true to form despite the obvious helper writing.
No way. But its possible I guess.
My only problem with this and the rest of the series was the political commentary. What was the point of that? It was clearly not necessary. It didn't add to anything. It made the characters seem a little absurd.
Absolutely. Even though these books often miss the mark in terms of reading like a Ludlum novel, a lot of cool stuff comes from just the attempt.
I can appreciate the decisions he made that kept the character consistent. It has to be hard to keep the character feeling the same from book to book with different narrators.
These questions really have to go.
If you have committed to the Bourne character then i don't really know how you can pas son this. It's not the best but its one of the closer to real ones out there.
It's a decent book. It's nice to see a character that is so competent. I'm more interested when the expert is put in a tough situation as opposed to the every man.
The action is fantastic and well read. I would like more background detail. In that respect it almost felt abridged.
Nothing. He's a rock star.
Yikes, I hate this question.
This is the weakest, thematically, of this series. It lacks depth - this character needs a stronger back story.
Everything. The performance is fantastic. I love that team.
It's a decent representation of the genre, but for me, the weakest of the series.
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