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The Bourne Trilogy : The Bourne Identity; the Bourne Supremacy; the Bourne Ultimatum Paperback – 2003

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  • Paperback
  • Publisher: Orion (2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0752860399
  • ISBN-13: 978-0752860398
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 6.2 x 23.3 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 980 g
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #65,273 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Three classic Ludlum novels in one great value edition.

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By Dia on Jan. 12 2014
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I have read the Bourne trilogy before and it is filled with twists and turns and very different from the movies. I thoroughly enjoy Robert Ludlum's writing and the second read through after so many years is as entertaining as the first. The book takes the time to describe in detail how the amnesiac, Bourne, was found and treated while on the Island and how he got the money from the bank. It goes on from there in detail as to how he ends up with Marie as his ally. the Trilogy is a thousand pages and each one is well worth the read. Binding on the book is a little flimsy but so what, the story is too good to gripe about pages coming loose. I totally recommend this book for people who like intricate spy-counterspy and downright fighting and succeeding under impossible odds.
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A great price for this trilogy.
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34 of 34 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa4f9406c) out of 5 stars One of the greatest Trilogies in Print anywhere, anytime... Oct. 15 2007
By Jeff Edwards - Published on
Format: Paperback
For MY money, Robert Ludlum wrote the best Spy novels in print during the Cold War. Unfortunately for him, as the Cold War thawed out, so did his genius for story-telling. You could see it coming a mile away. 'Course he is without a doubt the greatest novelist of all-time who continued to produce book-after-book AFTER his death (although I may be mistaken...). My older brother introduced me to the world of Ludlum with The Bourne Identity, which still ranks as one of the most all-out creative novels of all time (IMO).

One very important thing to remember as you begin the vast majority of Ludlum's novels is that due to the end of the Cold War, a large number of those books are quite out-dated. However, if you can still remember life with the great Soviet Union as our enemy, well you will have PLENTY to keep you entertained.

The Bourne Trilogy, and the subsequent series of films with Matt Damon can be compared, but are almost entirely different aside from the title character and the title of the novels. Other than that, as the series progressed in film, the storylines veered further and further away from the actual books. The Bourne Ultimatum, while in my view was the best of the 3 films, it was my least favorite of the novels.

The Bourne Identity is just a slam-bang great story all around. A man is fished out of the Mediterranean Sea barely alive. A drunken doctor saves his life but recognizes a few things that send up some red flags. He has evidence of Plastic Surgery...and has a small vial of microfilm implanted just underneath his skin near his hip. When he comes to, he has absolutely zero recollection of anything--including who he is. As his health slowly improves, he decides that if he is to figure out anything about his life, he needs to visit the Swiss Bank that has a corrosponding number on the microfilm found by the doctor. While eating at a very public restaurant, a man see's Jason and shockingly recounts that he was certain that he had killed him and before Jason even can understand what has happened, he is in the middle of an amazing fight where he shows astonishing talent for defending himself. He discovers quite by accident that he is proficient in virtually all weapons and before long, as he begins to unravel piece by piece his past, it begins to look like he is a famous hired assassin...and yet he believes inside that he could not be the person that he is discovering that he apparently was at one time. This is where Ludlum's storytelling genius goes into full gear. There was almost nothing I didn't like about The Bourne Identity. Great story, told very well.

As good as The Bourne Identity was, the sequel I felt was even better. The Bourne Supremacy takes up not too long after Identity where the fabled but fictional name of Jason Bourne surfaces in Southeast Asia when a high ranking Chinese Leader is assassinated--supposedly by none other than Jason Bourne. The REAL Jason, whose name is David Webb discovers that he must assume the Bourne Identity once again not only to stop someone from creating havoc in Bournes name, but to also find those responsible for kidnapping his woman. Non-Stop action from beginning to end with an incredible storyline that never ceases to impress and captivate is my best praise. I LOVED this sequel and personally believe it to be my favorite Ludlum novel to date.

The Bourne Ultimatum just wasn't as all-out thrilling as the other two novels...but you have to remember that Ludlum at his worst was still head and shoulders above almost all the other spy novelists at their best. Carlos the Jackal, the main reason for why David Webb originally assumed the Bourne Identity is now after Jason. He has a score to settle and he has done his homework. Digging everywhere to discover who Jason Bourne really is and what he does and more importantly, how to eliminate him for good. The story (as does virtually all Ludlum tales) takes us on a whirlwind tour of planet earth and wraps up in Russia in an authentically built American Town used by the KGB to train operatives before inserting them undercover into the all-American lifestyle. The story fizzles a bit at the end. For me the beginning of the novel set up a much bigger confrontation between Carlos and Bourne, but that payoff never really materialized. But still, a wonderfully fantastic trip back into the world of Jason Bourne and worth every penny.

All in all, still three of the best spy stories ever written, IMO.
29 of 30 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa4f8fc48) out of 5 stars Bournes are excellent reading Sept. 20 2005
By J. Martin - Published on
Format: Paperback
Classic boy reading. In the first book, you are constantly on edge about whether the guy you're following is actually Jason Bourne, and whether or not he is a world-famous assassin or a fall-guy. The writing keeps you interested and keeps you turning pages deep into the night. In book #2, he's back, and struggling for his life again - even more fascinating reading, which is tough for a sequel. Book #3 I have yet to read - hence why I bought it! This is the kind of book that creates sleepless nights, staying up reading because you just can't put the darn thing down!
10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa4f7d6cc) out of 5 stars Bulky and Awkward Jan. 20 2011
By Daniel F. Belknap - Published on
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I see that a new bundle of three books of the Trilogy is available. I wish I had waited. This paperback is so bulky and cumbersome that I actually cut it into separate pieces - something I never do. The spine would have broken when it fell out of my hand just before sleep anyway. The other reviews in this section cover many of the literary issues, but I'll just say that I enjoy the stories. It is important to not jump into these new after seeing the movies expecting a close similarity - the movies are a very loose adaptation of the original stories. Nevertheless, it is great escapist bedtime or hammock reading.
12 of 16 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa4f6d0e4) out of 5 stars Disappointed Aug. 22 2010
By patrish66 - Published on
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I thought I was buying all three books as listed in the description. Only one of the books was actually shipped to me: The Bourne Identity. What happened to the other two books?
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa550893c) out of 5 stars great series! Jan. 6 2008
By Sarah McLean - Published on
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Gave this to my (very picky) dad for Christmas. He's already finished the first two and says they're even better than (but very different from) the movies.

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