The Matarese Countdown

The Matarese Countdown

Book - 1997
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Following the success of The Apocalypse Watch and the smashing return of the vintage Ludlum novel, The Cry of the Halidon, Robert Ludlum, the unsurpassed master of the international super-thriller, has crafted another tale filled with suspense, deception, serpentine plot twists, and explosive revelations--his 21st high-voltage novel
Publisher: New York : Bantam Books, c1997
ISBN: 9780553106671
0553106678
Branch Call Number: FICTION Ludlum 1997
Characteristics: 487 p. ; 25 cm

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StarGladiator
Aug 03, 2015

One of the rare times, when the movies are a thousand times superior to the books, is the trilogy of Jason Bourne movies starring Matt Damon --- the scripting was superb! Ludlum's books have always been quintessentailly stupid, moronic, insipid, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera! Completely agree with commenter jimbedley below!

jimbedley Jul 06, 2015

So bad. So very, very bad. The dialogue will make you nauseous, the author thinks the reader is an idiot so he feels he has to constantly remind you of who everyone is. The plot makes no sense - things happen magically for no logical reason. I can't go on. As one library staffer told me "the movies are great but the books suck". Amen.

B2K2rEaD Jul 20, 2012

Another Monster of a Book. Great story line.

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