The Bourne Supremacy
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 2004
Pages no: 688
Edition language: English
Series: Jason Bourne -3 (#2)
David Webb, AKA Jason Bourne, is drawn into events in China and Hong Kong. Another assassin is being used to take out rival groups prior to the handover, and using his name.The US trick Bourne into going after him, but it rapidly spirals out of their control.There's a lot of tense moments as the gov...
These books are so different from the movies. The storyline isn't the same. Also, the timeline is like 60's & 70's instead of current-ish. It kind of makes me think of how superhero comics have alternate reality universes for the same characters. Regardless of the small details, the overall is the...
I didn't enjoy this book nearly as much as I enjoyed the previous. A large part of what ruined my enjoyment was the premise, I didn't buy it. Apparently Jason Bourne was the only one able to replace the other Jason Bourne and kill Sheng. Why? Do they not have other agents available? Why would you se...
Book is better than the movie !!!!
The Bourne Supremacy is not a brilliant, stand-out novel. It certainly won't go down in history as a classic work of fiction. In fact, there is nothing that spectacular about The Bourne Supremacy at all.Keeping that in mind, I suppose I could rate this novel a spiteful 1 star. I could also compare i...