The Bourne Legacy - Eric Van Lustbader Reviews
Description:ISBN 1409117642 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Eric Van Lustbader
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Eric Van Lustbader The Bourne Legacy
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by - written on 08/11/11 (Very useful, 31 readings)
After a silence of a few years, amnesiac CIA agent Jason Bourne returns - this time with a new author. Series creator Robert Ludlum has handed over the reins to fellow thriller writer Eric Van Lustbader - himself no strange to the political thriller. This change of author does not actually impact on the book as much as you might expect. Van Lustbader deliberately tries to ape the style of the earlier Bourne books, without following them too slavishly. This means that he is able to set up characters, situations and events which sit comfortably within Bourne's world, yet give the new boy the opportunity to take things in a new direction. The plot sees ... Read the complete review
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