Meanwhile, an American passenger airliner is shot down over Egypt by what seems to be an Iranian missile. A massive global investigative team is assembled to get at the truth of the situation before it can all escalate into an international scandal. Jason Bourne's search for the man who shot him intersects with the search for the people or the group that brought down the airliner, which leads Bourne into one of the most deadly and challenging situations in his entire life.
With the threat of a new world war brewing, Bourne finds himself in a race against time to uncover the truth and find the person behind his assault, all the while being stalked by his unknown nemesis.
Take another thrill ride with Jason Bourne.
©2009 Myn Pyn, LLC; (P)2009 Myn Pyn, LLC (Cright); Hachette Audio (Pright)
"Reading a Ludlum novel is like watching a James Bond film...slickly paced...all-consuming." (Entertainment Weekly)
"Don't ever begin a Ludlum novel if you have to go to work the next day." (Chicago Sun Times)
Van Lustbader just isn’t the story teller that Ludlum was. I wanted to get to the end of the book to see what happened. I could have saved some time by listening to the first 30 min and then the last 20 min and got the full story. Ludlum made you want to hear the full story. Not the case with Van Lustbader.
This book is always moving. There is plenty of action for anyone who loves action. The Bourne Deception was a real "page turner" for me. The only problem was the ending... as the story wraps up there were too many loose ends. I like sequels as long as they are good. Unfortunately I feel to continue this story line beyond two novels will be too much.
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