The Bourne Identity

The Bourne Identity

Alternate cover for this ISBN can be found hereWho is Jason Bourne? Is he an assassin, a terrorist, a thief? Why has he got four million dollars in a Swiss bank account? Why has someone tried to murder him?...Jason Bourne does not know the answer to any of these questions. Suffering from amnesia, he does not even know that he is Jason Bourne. What manner of man is he? What...

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Title:The Bourne Identity
Author:Robert Ludlum
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ISBN:0752864327
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:566 pages

The Bourne Identity Reviews

  • Seth T.
    Oct 16, 2007
    I loved the movie and heard that I the book was comparatively awesome. And it was.The thing is: I haven't the faintest idea how the movie came out of the book. Beyond the premise of a man fished from the sea with no memory but incredible ingrained abilities and talents that make it look like he's re...
  • woody
    Mar 16, 2009
    Sorry if you loved this book, I HATED it. Maybe it was above my reading level. There were just too many "alpha, bravo,cain, delta...Cain is for Charlie, Delta is for Cain!" This book put me to sleep so many nights it is surprising that I finished it. I just kept hoping that jason bourne would die......
  • Mike (the Paladin)
    Sep 27, 2009
    First of all let me say...the recent movie with Matt Damon, I hated it. They butchered the story. I understand shortening for time (as in The Lord of the Rings) I understand combining characters...but why take a book's title then completely rewrite the story? I like this book and its sequels. I hate...
  • Duckie
    Apr 13, 2010
    I don't remember how this ended because I had to buy myself a Jack-and-Coke to get through the last chapter. Ludlum belongs in a very small, elite group of authors who don't know what words mean. To illustrate this, here are some passages from the book followed by the first image that came to mind w...
  • Danaja
    Aug 06, 2010
    This book was my introduction to spy novels and its still the best I've read in that area. Incredibly detailed and full of suspense. My favorite spy and one of my favorite villains rolled in to one in to exhilarating package with fast pace action.If you like authentic tooch in what you read you'll l...
  • Bagtree
    Aug 18, 2010
    This book caused me pain. Intense boredom, odd moments of indignation, and pain. It's poorly-paced. The prose is a clunky, redundant, pointlessly vague affront to all that is good in the English language. The dialogue is stilted and horrid. The characters are so robotic I begin to question whether L...
  • Jonathan
    Dec 23, 2011
    I decided to finally jump on the Robert Ludlum train and read this. I'd recently also jumped on the Mat Damon train and watched the film trilogy. Yes, where had I been the past few years? Well being a teenager of course and living in places where these trains didn't run. Humour aside I'm going to us...
  • Benjamin Stahl
    Sep 08, 2015
    A HEARTBREAK HIPSTER REVIEWThe Bourne Identity? More like the Bored Identity. Am I right?Anybody? That’s funny right?Oh, well that’s just fine then. Don’t all fucking laugh at once. Though I'll stay true to my word. This shit was pretty goddamned boring. Let me take you back to 2002. ...
  • Bodosika Bodosika
    May 14, 2016
    A marvelous book....
  • Brian
    Oct 04, 2016
    I watched this movie around nine years ago, I think. I just remember this guy walking around and kicking ass with dramatic music in the background. I didn’t get the plot. I still don’t understand the intricacies of the plot, but I get the overall gist. Ludlum writes with amazing skill; I ...