After Bourne is ambushed and nearly killed while in Indonesia, he fakes his death to take on a new identity and mission- to find out who is trying to assassinate. The Bourne Objective is the eighth novel in the Bourne series and fifth by Eric Van Lustbader. The book was released on June 1, , as a sequel to The. Robert Ludlum’s The Bourne Objective: A New Jason Bourne Novel. Eric Van Lustbader, Author. Grand Central $ (p) ISBN.

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Since then there have been 5 more Jason Bourne novels. Robert Ludlum passed away in Before she died, she entrusted him with a ring – a powerful artifact that some would kill for Now Bourne is determined to find the ring’s owner and discover its true purpose. Bourne’s trail leads him through layers of conspiracy to Russian mercenary Arkadin – a graduate of the same CIA covert training programme as him: But as Bourne circles closer to Arkadin, it seems their ultimate showdown is not of their own making.

Objedtive is playing puppet master and they want to know: But really, you’re an idiot for coming out here in the middle of the night. What did you do? And how did you get in here?

A callused hand came over her mouth and, at the same fhe, the Glock was wrenched out of her grip. A deep swirl of masculine scent.

Then she saw her father lying unconscious on the floor and she began to struggle. Its been so long since i last read Bourne, that i almost forgot how crap Eric turned him into. People, the only Jason Bourne books worth reading are the original trilogy that Robert Ludlum himself wrote.

After lushbader, its all crap compared to the original. However, for a time pass read, this books will serve. Bourne was almost 40 by the time of ‘The Bourne Ultimatum’. And it looks like time has stopped. And what’s more crap is that Lustbader had managed to make Bourne into a deranged James Bond.

A womanizer and a killer with amnesia. For the second time. And well, he’s second wife was murdered too Jason Bourne is the ultimate agent.


The best of all the goddamned agents authors have created so far. Robert Ludlum’s greatest achievement. And now, after his death, Jason Bourne is completely lost. We all remember Bourne’s greatest enemy. Now that he’s dead, Jason has a new enemy. Someone who might just be better than him. He was the creation of Treadstone too. The same Treadstone that created Jason Bourne to go after Carlos. And in between, throw the Middle East, the Russians and another power-hungry multinational company.

The plot is ridiculous. Bourne goes hunting for a ring which unlocks a drive in a laptop which is supposed to have the secret location of the legendary King Solomon’s gold. So Bourne has the ring, Arkadin has the laptop and the multi-national cult called Severus Domna wants both.

On top of that, the Russians want Arkadin, Treadstone wants to pit Jason and Arkadin and see who survives, the CI wants Jason dead because he’s a liability. The first odd pages bored the life out of me that I had to take a 2 day long break. And after I resumed, i wished I never took that darned break. The pace increases tenfold as the characters start to meet.

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Moira and Soroya, on different missions by different agencies meet with Arkadin, both unknown to each other’s missions and that when the real writing starts.

As Jason and every one makes their way to Tineghir for the ultimate face-off, Bourne must keep his wits with him if he is to survive his own death. With his memories lost and treachery all around him, the only option available is to team up with the enemy to defeat the larger enemy. The only question is, who will betray whom first? I loved the the later half of the book.

Jason Bourne still has the edge. Though I still wish Robert Ludlum wrote a few more books of him. Don’t get lusstbader wrong, Jason Bourne is my all time favorite. I just feel sad that Robert didn’t write eri about him. S A Jason Bourne novel is a must read for espionage bournf D love ur sense of humor. I am glad i stuck to my promise not to try Bourne novel after the ultimate triology. Ludlum is a brilliant author even in his other books.


No mood to spoil my memory and charm of Jason Bourne with the new ones Robert Ludlum was GOD when objectiev came to espionage.

Man his books gave me the chills.

lustbbader I grew up on these books. Robert Ludlum was a genius when it came to espionage. Eric isnt as good in this genre and the difference really shows. Keep reading, keep suggesting, keep commenting. Plagiarism is strictly prohibitied. All posts in this blog are copy-protected. A Lot of Pages Newer Post Older Post.

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