A lone operative working in the shadows for Treadstone, Jason Bourne engages in a cat-and-mouse game across the British countryside with the assassin known only as Lennon—a mission that calls into question everything he thought he knew about the past.
Freeman...has a firm handle on what makes a Bourne novel tick, and then some ... The action and intricate spy games are expertly executed by Freeman, and you will have trouble trying to stay ahead of the fast-moving plot. It’s better to just buckle up and let him take you on an unforgettable ride ... a non-stop thrill ride that satisfies on every level and will leave you wanting more.
Freeman...is an excellent storyteller, and a fine writer. His two Bourne novels—and we hope there will be more—take a much-loved character and breathe new life into him, giving him new energy and a renewed purpose. Fans of Ludlum’s iconic character will definitely want to read this.
Freeman supplies plenty of exciting fight scenes and plot twists, but his convincing use of Bourne’s fraught backstory is what distinguishes this entry. Series fans will look forward to more contributions to the Bourne franchise from this talented author.