Jason Bourne is a series of 17 books written by 3 authors. Here, you can see them all in order! (plus the year each book was published)
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17 books in this series
The Jason Bourne books are a popular series of novels written by author Robert Ludlum. The first book in the series, "The Bourne Identity", was a huge hit and led to several more books in the series.
Jason Bourne is the protagonist of the series. He is a man who suffers from amnesia and is trying to figure out his identity. The first novel, "The Bourne Identity", followed by "The Bourne Supremacy", "The Bourne Ultimatum", and "The Bourne Legacy", are the main books in the series that narrate his journey.
Starting with "The Bourne Identity", then "The Bourne Supremacy", followed by "The Bourne Ultimatum", and finally "The Bourne Legacy", would give you a chronological reading experience.
The first three Jason Bourne novels, including "The Bourne Identity", were written by Robert Ludlum. After Robert's death, Eric Van Lustbader continued the series.
Robert Ludlum was an author known for his thrillers. The Bourne series, which he began with "The Bourne Identity", is his most popular work. After his death, other authors continued the series, but those initial books Ludlum narrated are still fan favorites.
Yes, the novels are available in both hardcover and paperback. You can also find them in Kindle format if you prefer to read digitally.
Goodreads is a great site for this. You can add the books to your "Read" shelf, rate them, and view details about each book. The site also lets you view other readers' ratings, which can be helpful in deciding what to read next.
The Bourne novels are available to buy in various formats (hardcover, paperback, Kindle) on Amazon. You can view the details, add them to your cart, and check out directly from the site.
While you can technically read the books out of order, it's recommended to read them in order. Reading "The Bourne Identity" first and proceeding in the order the novels were published gives you a better understanding of the storyline and character development.