Jason Bourne is in Moscow to attend the wedding of his old friend and fellow spymaster, General Boris Karpov. But the general has an important message to deliver to Bourne - 'a lifeline for the end of the world'. Before Bourne can decipher this warning, Karpov's wedding ends in chaos.
Bourne discovers that the Russian has betrayed the Kremlin to forewarn him of the crippling disaster about to engulf the world. Bourne has just four days to discover the nature of the catastrophe and put a stop to it.
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"Move over 007, Bourne is back." (Daily Mirror)
"Slickly paced...all-consuming." (Entertainment Weekly)
location, plot, characters are all good, marred by a staccato narration style I found to be annoying. Others may like it.
It's probably a very good story, and I persisted as long as I could, but the narration was not conducive to relaxed listening
storyline boring, second voice cutting in on narration annoying. will think twice about buying more
enjoyed it however the corrections to the audio were blatant and distracting. thankfully it only happened occasionally
can't wait to see this as a film. great story that keeps you wondering who the final villain is.
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