The Bourne Initiative initiated mysteriously with the advent of Kyre, a Somali arms dealer who appears to have an antisocial personality disorder. Shooting eleven people is no easy task; and he had accomplished without remorse; but his request for Jason Bourne’s assistance had been surprising. Mala, the Angelmaker represented an entirely different profile altogether. Her reaction when Bourne saves the two siblings spoke indifference suggesting an obvious motive behind her affection for the savior. In this respect, the culmination of the novel had been appropriate. Morgana Roy’s appearance evoked suspense, as did the telltale camaraderie that Francois had instilled – a deception that is unexpectedly perceived when she was seen embarking on Gora Maslov’s boat. More significant was the way Morgana divulges Larry London’s masquerade through her brilliance as a software engineer. The sibling rivalry between Constantin and Savasin was identical to the family feud, each searching for power and recognition. Conclusively, the novel was somewhat different while simultaneously presenting bizarre incidences.
Tried hard, but couldn't be bothered finishing. Too many characters to keep track of and difficult to care about or relate to any of them. Not recommended.
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