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!Download Epub ⚣ Identitet Kain é Man fann honom i havet utanf r Frankrikes kust d r han fl t omkring halvd d, sv rt s rad och medvetsl s En f rsupen l kare r ddade hans liv Vem han var visste ingen allra minst han sj lv Mannen gde en rad m rkliga talanger Han talade tre spr k, han var expert p vapen och strid man mot man Men hans enda f rbindelsel nk med sitt f rflutna var ett kodnummer nyckeln till ett bankkonto d r flera miljoner stod till hans f rfogande N r han gav sig ut p jakt efter sin identitet fann han snart att han var f rf ljd verallt d r han visade sig f ll d dens kalla skugga Och till sist h rde han namnet Kain en levande legend, en skr ckgestalt som hade d den till yrke Men vem var Kain This book was my introduction to spy novels and its still the best I ve read in that area Incredibly detailed and full of suspense My favorite spy and one of my favorite villains rolled in to one in to exhilarating package with fast pace action.If you like authentic tooch in what you read you ll love this Must note that the movie is completely different from the book In my opinion the book is a much better experience. First of all let me saythe recent movie with Matt Damon, I hated it They butchered the story I understand shortening for time as in The Lord of the Rings I understand combining charactersbut why take a book s title then completely rewrite the story I like this book and its sequels I hate the movie and its sequels Please try reading the books and finding out what the plot actually is The book is well plotted, thought out, with complex characters I believe you ll like it.A man wakes First of all let me saythe recent movie with Matt Damon, I hated it They butchered the story I understand shortening for time as in The Lord of the Rings I understand combining charactersbut why take a book s title then completely rewrite the story I like this book and its sequels I hate the movie and its sequels Please try reading the books and finding out what the plot actually is The book is well plotted, thought out, with complex characters I believe you ll like it.A man wakes up with amnesianot a unique plot even thenand has to put together who he is and what s going on from few clues This can be difficult in the best of times If people are trying to kill you that can sometimes add to thestress.Microfilm, competing assassins, double and triple identities and of course a love story As noted, this is a great read and it s much better than the movie by the same name in my opinion Although back in 1988 there was a miniseries staring Richard Chamberlain and Jaclyn Smith that stayed very close to the book The special effects are dated and so on, but it s better story wise if you care to look it up If all you know about the The Bourne Identity is the Matt Damon movie you don t know the story Really, do yourself a favor and read the novel I don t remember how this ended because I had to buy myself a Jack and Coke to get through the last chapter Ludlum belongs in a very small, elite group of authors who don t know what words mean To illustrate this, here are some passages from the book followed by the first image that came to mind when I read them If I scream, Monsieur The powdered mask was cracked with lines of venom now, the bright red lipstick defining the snarl of an aging, cornered rodent Himself The chameleon The c I don t remember how this ended because I had to buy myself a Jack and Coke to get through the last chapter Ludlum belongs in a very small, elite group of authors who don t know what words mean To illustrate this, here are some passages from the book followed by the first image that came to mind when I read them If I scream, Monsieur The powdered mask was cracked with lines of venom now, the bright red lipstick defining the snarl of an aging, cornered rodent Himself The chameleon The charade had workedHe had done such things before, experienced the feeling of a similar accomplishment before He was a man running through an unfamiliar jungle, yet somehow instinctively knowing his way, sure of where the traps were and how to avoid them The chameleon was an expert Aaaand this last one was basically my face the whole time I was reading this I loved the movie and heard that I the book was comparatively awesome And it was.The thing is I haven t the faintest idea how the movie came out of the book Beyond the premise of a man fished from the sea with no memory but incredible ingrained abilities and talents that make it look like he s really probably and assassin with no amnesia, and the fact that the first act after the prologue occurs in Z rich and deals with a Swiss bank, nothing is the same.Sure, there s a girl named Marie, but s I loved the movie and heard that I the book was comparatively awesome And it was.The thing is I haven t the faintest idea how the movie came out of the book Beyond the premise of a man fished from the sea with no memory but incredible ingrained abilities and talents that make it look like he s really probably and assassin with no amnesia, and the fact that the first act after the prologue occurs in Z rich and deals with a Swiss bank, nothing is the same.Sure, there s a girl named Marie, but she s an entirely different character Sure, there are people trying to kill the man named Jason Bourne, but they re entirely different men Sure, there s an American government run company called Treadstone Seventy One that is looking for Bourne, but for entirely different reasons But are all these differences a bad thing No They are not.I really think the first Bourne movie is among the best action films ever created That said, for most of its running time, Ludlum s 1980 novel is better than the movie The premise is so muchintriguing and Bourne s turmoil better perceived Instead of an enemy as doughy and effeminate as cloak and dagger U.S senators and secret servicemen, the novel pits Bourne against the unbeatable assassin, Carlos the Jackal though Ludlum refrains from the colourful animamorphism , and his vast array of human resources The book is action packed, one of those thrillaminnut rides that refuses, for the most part, to let up I don t read cheap thrillers often, but The Bourne Identity was worth my time.And I like to think that my time is valuable.This is not to say that Ludlum s thriller is not without fault The book s requisite romance is rushed and artificial We know that Bourne and his interest are in love solely because Ludlum tells us that this is the case, not because we see any evidence that this should be the case And, actually, there is a far greater problem The climax is poorly wrought and muchdifficult to follow than anything previous encountered in the book The ending is not satisfying in that by the time it comes, emotional resonance has long since evaporated.But still I was in love with the book until the last forty pages or so