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Author: Robert Ludlum
ISBN13: 978-0752858661
Title: Robert Ludlum's the Cassandra Compact
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Language: English
Category: Contemporary
Publisher: Orion (an Imprint of The Orion Publishing Group Lt; New Ed edition (2005)
Pages: 448

Robert Ludlum's the Cassandra Compact by Robert Ludlum

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For over thirty years, Robert Ludlum has been acknowledged as the master of international suspense and intrigue. In 2000, Ludlum managed to raise the bar yet again with his widely acclaimed bestsellers The Prometheus Deception and The Hades Factor, the first novel in his exciting Covert-One series. Now Covert-One is back, in a novel that could only have come from the imagination of the world's greatest storyteller.

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Robert Ludlum & Philip Shelby. For over thirty years, Robert Ludlum has been acknowledged as the master of international suspense and intrigue. What they're going to do, I never would have believed it. It's insanity!". Now Covert-One is back, in a novel that could only have come from the imagination of the world' s greatest storyteller. What they' re going to do, I never would have believed it. It' s insanity"! They were the final words spoken by Yuri Danko, an officer in the medical division of Russia' s security service, before his body was ripped apart by a spray of assassins' bullets. Now Smith and Russell must track it down, find the madman who possesses it, and stop him before he holds a defenseless world hostage with the power to render the human race extinct.

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For over 30 years, Robert Ludlum has reigned as the master of the modern espionage novel. The Cassandra Compact is the second work in his bold Covert-One series. American intelligence officer Jonathan Smith sits at an outdoor cafe in Venice, waiting to meet Danko, a Russian colleague. The two men have forged a relationship through their mutual efforts to halt the development of bioweapons. The book was published after ten rejection slips, but it became an immediate best-seller. The idea for the story came from an old article in the Illustrated London News, in which a photograph showed a German pushing a wheelbarrow full of inflation banknotes, and another picture showed members of the Nazi Party. Ludlum's next thriller, The Osterman Weekend (1973), was later made into a film, which was directed by Sam Peckinpah in 1983.

Reviews: 7
I expect a few spelling errors. This novel has more than I can count, sometimes multiple on a single page. In at least five instances, the word "die" is used where "the" should be in place.

I expect to have to suspend disbelief but not suspend all intelligence. This novel contains too many happy coincidences to be remotely possible. These coincidences are used in place of creative writing. The first boook of the series, Hades Factor, was similar but not as bad as this novel.

While I enjoy the story line, the horrible editing job and lack of creativity leave me disappointed. There aren't any real surprises or unexpected plot twists. Everyone wants to help Jon for no reason. "Just trust me" seems to be the phrase to use to garner support from any good hearted citizen. Did Jon grow up with or befriend anyone in his life that failed to become a spy or the penultimate expert in their field? Even the Russians are more happy to help Jon than themselves. Even character names are poorly conceived.

I'm done with Covert One. (FYI, I loved the Borne novels.)

Sorry for the typos here. I'm writing this on my cell phone.
Having been a "Bourne" fan, have recently started reading Covert One novels and am now a converted Covert One reader. This novel was fast moving with an excellent story line, well written and with characters that you became identified with. Now reading other novels in the collection and have been impressed with the various plots and the development of the characters. Brilliant reading and hard to put down. The story became a mind picture and the characters vivid as they evolved.
This is a great series, but I'll warn you that it was definitely written so it will easily translate to the screen (either TV or movie or series). This just means that the character development isn't as strong as other books in this class, but it doesn't seem to diminish my enjoyment of the story. I do find that these books aren't ones that grab me and I cannot put down. So much happens in one little chapter that just reading a few chapters is satisfying and enough to contemplate at any given reading.

The good news is that you don't have to start at the beginning of the series to know the characters, but once you read one you'll probably want to order more from the beginning.
Excellent story similar to the Hades Project but Jon and Neil's Covert One team were better prepared. Can't wait to read the next one . Great job!!!!!
This was a very good story with lots of intrigue and secretive processes by bad people. Unfortunately it is believable that stories like this could be reality. I thoroughly enjoyed it and gave it 5 stars.
Really good. The story line was very interesting hand held your attention. Jon Smith's character was a bit stiff, some of his personality traits was missing. His humor and goofyness.
Continuing series. Good story. Well written. The details are believable and well thought out. I am on to the next.
I just have to say that I love, unfortunately late Robert Ludlum. In his books he touches exciting parts of our live. Moreover his subjects
are very realistic.Fortunately smallpox dispirited from earth. However, the small sample must be maintained for security purposes. If they are then they can steal. That is human nature. Space travels-new aspect of human activity. Ludlum discovered, in his mind that mixture of these subjects will give very intriguing book. AND IT IS! BRAVO.