Specter tells him that a former student and son of his old friend was killed by Muslim extremists known as the Eastern Brotherhood. Their leader is a man named Semian Icoupov, and he must be stopped because his next terrorist target is believed to be right here in America.
While Jason is busy pursuing Icoupov in Russia, he's become a target himself.
Inside CI, a battle is brewing for control over the agency. In order to show the incompetence of its current director, two Pentagon operatives plan to accomplish what CI never could: hunt Bourne down and destroy him.
©2008 Myn Pyn, LLC; (P)2008 Hachette Audio
"Don't ever begin a Ludlum novel if you have to go to work the next day." (Chicago Sun Times)
Bourne is positioned to become a legacy. This book does not however keep to the level of intensity, intimacy and depth of character that Bourne has become known for.
I'd hang on for the next book.
Really? Eric must love the 'f' word so much he feels like he had to use it about every 10 minutes in his story. Literally had to stop listening to this one...if you're offended by this four letter word don't purchase this one!!!
Not if he continues to use profanity
Not a good mix of character and voices
This book is horrible. So many weird and confusing names. I can't remember who's who from when I drive in to coming home. There's hardly a plot. Just random stuff to fill the book to a hopefully interesting ending. But so far, it really stinks.
Last 3 books of Bourne series are excellent and narration is excellent too. I read the reviews for first 3 books but but 100% of listeners have reviewed it very bad.. pity. I was hoping to get the same consistent narrator as the last 3 books. I wonder if Audible will ask the publisher to redo the narration in unabridged with with last 3 books narrator.
Started out well, disappointed during the middle but was saved by the ending. Not as good as other Lustbader "Bourne" books but worth reading.
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