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The Bourne Identity by Robert Ludlum
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Jan 17, 2016

it was ok
bookshelves: mystery, fiction
Read in September, 2007

Unintentionally hilarious time-capsule of the 1970s where colored contacts were a novelty, cell phones non-existent, and there was no 24-hour news cycle -- making it impossible for any government to catch up with two guys shooting their way through several major European cities. It falls into the same category for me as The Da Vinci Code: an interesting-enough story, crappily told.

Oh, and it is entirely unrelated to the film of the same name, other than they both feature a an amnesiac with a gun named Jason Bourne.

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