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5.0 von 5 Sternen Hervorragender Thriller
The Bourne Identity (und ich kann nur jedem, der English spricht empfehlen es in English zu lesen) war ein hervorragendes Buch. Ich hatte leider den Film ca. 1 Jahr vorher gesehen, was mich zunaechst von dem Buch abhielt. Abgesehen von dem Titel und dem gleichen Namen des Hauptdarstellers kann man den Film jedoch nicht im Geringsten mit diesem filigran herausgearbeiteten...
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2.0 von 5 Sternen 200 million copies can't be wrong but...
I agree that this is a page turner, but that't about it. The plot is incomprehensible. The "man-woman-crisis-love" scenario is too easy and corny. What? The protagonist just accidentally gets spotted in an obscure bar on the day he makes his comeback? Give me a break. People get killed all the time, while Jason Bourne and his girl miraculously gets away. Does...
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Hervorragender Thriller, 25. November 2004
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The Bourne Identity (und ich kann nur jedem, der English spricht empfehlen es in English zu lesen) war ein hervorragendes Buch. Ich hatte leider den Film ca. 1 Jahr vorher gesehen, was mich zunaechst von dem Buch abhielt. Abgesehen von dem Titel und dem gleichen Namen des Hauptdarstellers kann man den Film jedoch nicht im Geringsten mit diesem filigran herausgearbeiteten Thriller-Klassiker in Verbindung bringen. Ludlum schafft es, nicht bloss eine spannende und rasante Odyssee eines ex-Agenten mit Amnesie zu beschreiben sondern er arbeitet auch die verschiedenen psychischen Stadien von Bourne exzellent heraus. Lang aber sehr gut.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen 200 million copies can't be wrong but..., 5. April 1997
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I agree that this is a page turner, but that't about it. The plot is incomprehensible. The "man-woman-crisis-love" scenario is too easy and corny. What? The protagonist just accidentally gets spotted in an obscure bar on the day he makes his comeback? Give me a break. People get killed all the time, while Jason Bourne and his girl miraculously gets away. Does Mr. Ludlum think that a high body count is essential for a thriller? Also, his story of high-level conspiracy is too wacky to be credible.

All in all, this novel reads like a very complicated version of a James Bond movie. It is my second Ludlum after "The Chancellor Manuscript", a novel which the comments above applies equally well. This will be my last Ludlum.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Exciting story, 6. April 2000
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Ludlum is one of the best at creating the super spy and writing action sequences. Sometimes he can create a spy story to back them up. This one is pretty good throughout. He isn't that good with the emotional development of his characters or writing love stories (but he isn't nearly as bad as Tom Clancey in these areas). The hero agonizing over what his identity might be gets to be tedious and the love story is awkward as in all of his books. But, mostly the book moved at a good enough pace to make me want to read more.
This is the first book in a three part series. I didn't know that when I read the book, and was frustrated and disappointed as I neared the end of the book and realized the story wouldn't be concluded. The second book in the series (Bourne Supremacy) is pretty bad and doesn't really build on the first book. It isn't necessary to read it before jumping on to the third book (Bourne Ultimatum) and the conclusion of the story. The third book isn't as good as the first, but is worth reading for the conclusion.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A tail-kicking good read!, 11. Juli 2000
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This was the second Ludlum book I read and it iced my addiction cake! Who is this man who was filled with bullets? The book is filled to the brim with questions and Ludlum doesn't answer them until it would be cruel and unusual punishment to not do so! Jason Bourne as a character is very well done! His self-doubts are believable. Even though the romance is a bit over the top, the book is such a great read you don't even notice it until you are done. I have read this book a few times now, and each time I am engrossed in Bourne's search for his identity amidst a storm of intrigue and death. Ludlum put everything in this one and spares no plot twist. It is flawless and you must read it now! Read it!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen I'm breathless, 11. Juli 1998
Amazed by the huge amont of books written by Robert Ludlum, I decided to buy and read one of his books. With the help osf Amazon, I chose this one, "The Bourne Identity", because I liked the synopsis, the customer comments, but mostly because it was part of a trilogy. Trilogies enable the writer to deeply develop their characters and plots, explaining in one book what was left behind in another. At first I couldn't believe what I was reading. It made me feel bad, and I couldn't reason why. Only when I was in the 100th page I figured out: I hadn't breathen since the beginning. It's incredible how Ludlum keeps a F-1 pace to his story. When you think that he's gonna stop and let you rest, he increases the rythim again. "The Bourne identity" is the story of a man that could be anyone: me, you, a friend of yours. You simply don't know who Jason Bourne is, because even himself can't remember. That's what's cool about the plot. The reader makes the discoveries together with the main character, dodging bullets, escaping from the unknown enemy, traveling along Switzerland, France and United States. All this with the help of beautiful Marie St. Jacques, a woman that sees herself drowning in another person's nightmare. Ludlum writes in na universe peopled with evil bank managers, above-government agencies, cold-blooded murderers, just like Forsythe. And in the meantime he still finds time to be funny. Really, there are some true pieces od comedy in the book. All in all a fantastic read, mostly the first hundred pages. I only hope that the sequel is as good as the first one. I'm gonna buy "The Bourne Supremacy", and hope to find that Ludlum could keep his good writing.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen THE BEST SUSPENSE BOOK OF ALL TIME, 23. Juli 1997
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If you love books that you can't figure out the ending, and don't want to put down, this one is for you. Any time you close the book you will wonder if Jason Bourne will go on without you, so you will pick the book back up and read another chapter. This book is virtually unknown except in the circle of fans who read Robert Ludlum. Once you finish, the next two books in the series, The Bourne Supremacy and The Bourne Ultimatum are good, but not as great as this one. Do not miss the chance to read The Bourne Identity. I know you will enjoy it. Don't take my word for it, read it, and prove me wrong!!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Classic vintage Ludlum!, 30. Juni 2000
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WOW! Even today, this novel is one you will not be able to put down, even though it was written in 1980 during the Cold War era. But this only reflects slightly on the narrative. The story concerns Jason Bourne, who is shot and thrown overboard in the Mediterranean Sea, only to be washed ashore and discovered by a Dr Washburn. And this is only the start - he is suffering amnesia and Washburn finds a microfilm detailing a Swiss bank account of four million dollars surgically implanted in his hip! Bourne travels to Zurich and discovers people out to kill him, and so let the chase begin! Marie St Jacques is an unwilling hostage who develops a bond with Bourne - she's a Canadian diplomat with a secret. What is the secret as well of Treadstone Seventy-One, and why are the authorities trying to use Bourne as a pawn against Carlos Sanchez, famous assassin extraordinaire? The action does not stop for over five hundred pages, it grabs you from the start and never lets go until the final pages. Very typically, there are numerous surprises and unexpected twists - what is Bourne's connection with clandestine activity during the Vietnam War which keeps haunting him, stirring up lost memories? The locations, particularly Paris and its environs and Zurich are well-described and easy to relate to having been there myself. I remember reading and loving this book at the age of fifteen, and it will always be an all-time favourite. Recommended!
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4.0 von 5 Sternen review of "The Bourne Identity" by Robert Ludlum, 30. Dezember 1997
Ludlum's celebrated "The Bourne Identity" is really nothing more than a modern day reworking of A.Dumas'"The Count of Monte Cristo"(a "10" in any translation)...the story of revenge and repressed identity has a thrilling Mediterranean opening,.. before Ludlum widens the scope of the novel across the face of Europe...the sheer sweep of the book is almost irresistible, and places it at the forefront of like genre thrillers;as a prose stylist,though, Ludlum is no Ambler or Greene.If you want to sample his work-this is the place to start....but just about any Frederick Forsyth novel of international intrigue will be better written and more accurate technically.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen The greatest spy thriller I have every read!, 9. Mai 2000
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Robert Ludlum is a master story-teller! His writing is superb! One thing to note, whenever you begin one of his lengthy books you need to devote enough time for 50 pages in the first sitting just to get to know all the characters. It is well worth your time to do so.
This book is probably the BEST spy thiller I have ever read. The main character, Jason Bourne, is a character you learn to really care about. Not all writers are capable fo creating that feeling with their writing. Ludlum is a master. Though this book is part of a three part series, this book DOES stand well on it's own. I have read all three -- I highly recommend this -- and now all three have a cherised spot on my bookshelf. Good enough to read more than once in a lifetime!
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mit Option auf weitere Fortsetzungen. Eigentlich könnte man auch Comic-Strip-Heftchen daraus machen aber Superman und Batman sind ja bereits auf dem Markt. Wer sich gern auf diese Art unterhalten lassen will, ist hier goldrichtig.
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