Robert Ludlum's The Lazarus Vendetta (Covert-One Series #5)

Robert Ludlum's The Lazarus Vendetta (Covert-One Series #5)

by Robert Ludlum, Patrick Larkin
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Robert Ludlum's The Lazarus Vendetta (Covert-One Series #5) 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 30 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have been trying to read this book for over a year. Truly, this has been the most disappointing book I have purchased in over 10 years. Robert Ludlum books were those I read when I had hours to devote to quiet and contemplation because once started, the book was difficult if not impossible to put down. The Lazarus Vendetta is difficult to pick up again. I have purchased and read novel after novel and have only gone back to this book when I had nothing new to read. I find myself reading and re-reading paragraphs because my mind has wondered and I have no clue what I just read. The book is a huge disappointment and I would recommend that you go back and read something Ludlum, himself, actually wrote again. I never get tired or re-reading his books. I wish the publisher would stop hiring writers that would probably fare better in another genre. Save your money and buy somethig else.
GrueTamer More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Interesting book. Very intense - I would recommend this book to people who like a thrilling read.
Guest More than 1 year ago
As in the title, the lazarus vendetta is an enjoyable read on its own, which really begs a question: why throw in robert ludlum's name? it is most definitely NOT ludlum, either in writing style or pace.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The winner of six Earphone Awards, writer and stage consultant Scott Brick is a multi talented gentleman. His performances on radio, television and film are highly rated, as, quite obviously, are his audio book readings. He brings both panache and a sinister tone to this frightening tale of an ultimate evil. Fortunately for listeners he's the performer on both the Abridged and Unabridged editions. Robert Ludlum needs no introduction to fans of high tech thrillers. His eye for detail and data based presentations have won him legions of fans over the past three decades. He, of course, introduced the Covert-One series, which is here continued by Patrick Larkin. The Lazarus Movement, once a group with an authentic interest in protecting the environment, is now a maddened horde ruled by Lazarus, a sick scientist bent on controlling not just his movement but the entire world. Lt. Col. Jon Smith, the dauntless hero of this series, is dispatched by Covert-One to not only find Lazarus but discover his secrets. The recent attack on a research facility which killed thousands has created pandemonium. And so the chase begins as Smith starts to suspect that eliminating Lazarus will not solve the problem at all. - Gail Cooke
johnwillie More than 1 year ago
Very suspenceful
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