The Bourne Supremacy

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Number of Pages
688
Publication year
2004
Book Rating
4.11/5 (158052 ratings)

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Jason is finally aware of certain things. He understands himself better now, but not completely. After going on an identity hunt and somehow managing to find something substantial, he has a job now. He must stop a man, who is ruthlessly killing people. This man has taken onto the style and mannerisms used by Jason. And the read Jason must stop him.

A killer with no face, no Individuality and a name the world wanted to forget:

Jason Bourne Reenter the dark world of Jason Bourne, a professional assassin still plagued by the splintered nightmares of the previous life. This time the stakes are greater than ever. For somebody else has taken about the Bourne identity--a ruthless killer that has to be stopped or the entire world will pay a devastating price. To succeed, the actual Jason Bourne must go through the dangerous labyrinth of global espionage--an exotic world filled with CIA plots, turncoat agents, and ever-shifting alliances--all the while hoping to discover the truth behind his haunted memories and also the answers to his own fragmented past. This time there are two Bournes--and you has to perish.

What makes this book stand out?

The story, as the previous Bourne book, starts slow but catches an incredibly fast pace after a while.

Read it for

This book is one of the Robert Ludlum popular novels and will take you through the deep-rooted fears of the character called Bourne, plus give you a fun-filled action story.

Don't read it for

Ludlum is known to write in a monotonous tone, and he loves his action with a gun and hand-to-hand combat. It may be boring for those who do not enjoy an intricately detailed action story

Brief about Author Robert Ludlum