La fondazione Bancroft

La fondazione Bancroft Andrea Bancroft una giovane e brillante analista finanziaria La sua vita ha una forma solida e coerente Un giorno per le arriva una telefonata La Fondazione Bancroft creata da suo nonno le offre

  • Title: La fondazione Bancroft
  • Author: Robert Ludlum Fabrizio Pezzoli
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  • Page: 327
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Andrea Bancroft una giovane e brillante analista finanziaria La sua vita ha una forma solida e coerente Un giorno, per , le arriva una telefonata La Fondazione Bancroft, creata da suo nonno, le offre dodici milioni di dollari per sedere nel consiglio di amministrazione Nel frattempo, Todd Belknap, leggendario agente della squadra speciale di Consular Operations, si mAndrea Bancroft una giovane e brillante analista finanziaria La sua vita ha una forma solida e coerente Un giorno, per , le arriva una telefonata La Fondazione Bancroft, creata da suo nonno, le offre dodici milioni di dollari per sedere nel consiglio di amministrazione Nel frattempo, Todd Belknap, leggendario agente della squadra speciale di Consular Operations, si mette sulle tracce di Jared Rinehart, suo migliore amico e collega, sequestrato da un gruppo armato libanese Tra attentati micidiali e viaggi da Roma al Medio Oriente, i destini di Andrea Bancroft e di Todd Belknap finiscono per incontrarsi E per trovarsi nel mirino dello stesso implacabile nemico Un nemico dai metodi violenti e dai moventi misteriosi quanto il nome dietro il quale si nasconde Genesis.

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    1. Interesting. The book is supposed to be written by Robert Ludlum; the cover merely mentions "Robert Ludlum" no "and XYZ"or "inspired by Robert Ludlum" etc. Yet, when I do a simple google search, I discover that Ludlum apparently started this work, but did not finish it. The Ludlum estate found a "qualified author and editor" to complete the work.Well what the hell. the devil it's due. This is a pretty good "Ludlum" (irrespective of who really wrote each page). It has all the hallmarks of a Ludlu [...]

    2. Don't know how I missed this when I was in my Robert Ludlum period.I found this in a used book store and didn't recognize as having read before so I picked it up.The book was published in 2006, 5 years after Robert Ludlum died. This book is written by Robert Ludlum TM (trademark), and is attributed as a "posthumously published novel". it's a long book (708 pages) due in most part to the complex plot with world-wide locations. The main characters are Todd Belknapp, a field agent for Consular Oper [...]

    3. Bancroft Strategy is a fairly typical Ludlum book. After having ready a few dozen of his books, I've become quite familiar with his formulaPros: Interesting twist on the battle of ideas as applied to geopolitics.Cons: Typical Ludlum plot. If you've ready any of the Bourne books, you can probably skip this.1) The hero is chased by his enemies. His own people think he has gone rogue and are also out for his blood. CHECK. (Bourne Identity anyone???)2) A global conspiracy must be defeated. CHECK3) T [...]

    4. The 16 CDs in the audio version of this book kept me awake while driving all 1,200 miles from Pittsburgh to Grand Marais. For that, I thank Ludlum. However, I would never have finished this book in paper form. The muscle-bound, clever spy! the adolescent with the 150+ IQ! the slimy villains! the unspeakably beautiful and clever heiress! the romance! the treachery! the numerous international locales! Is there a cliche that Ludlum doesn't like? I enjoyed the Bourne series on film, but listening to [...]

    5. todd has been a cia operative for over 20 years and has a best friend, jared andrea has just been given 12million $ to join the board of the bancroft foundation - her family. their aim is to improve lives all over the world,using money, intelligence and computer savvy but at what cost and who is genesis. nobody is whom they seem and r on different sides to how they appearandrea and todd form an uneasy alliance to get to the truth of the matter - at great cost couple of questions. surely todd, wi [...]

    6.  When Todd Belknap--a legendary field agent for Consular Operations with a reputation as something of a cowboy-- is cut loose from the agency after an operation goes wrong, his best friend and fellow agent is abducted in Lebanon by a militia group with a vicious reputation. When the government refuses to either rescue him or negotiate for his release, Belknap decides to take matters into his own hands.         Meanwhile, hedge fund analyst Andrea Bancroft gets a surprising call--she i [...]

    7. OMG!!! This book, at the start, showed a lot of promise. But it went on and on and it was so mixed up and complicated that I almost stopped reading it a couple of times. But, I had to know the ending so I kept on reading. Did not enjoy it too much!

    8. I found this an exciting, edge of the seat novel. I had no idea about who was Genesis to the very end. This book was started by Robert Ludlum and finished by someone else after his death. I will say I could not tell by the quality of writing who was who. It was an enjoyable book.

    9. A definite fast paced thriller and an interesting story. I liked what one reviewer said: "Never start a Ludlum book in the evening if you need to sleep that night!" Lol.

    10. i figured it out pretty early on even though it was supposed to be a surprise ending. it was worth it to listen to all the cliches to know i was correct.

    11. By the author of the Bourne Identity.What sets this spy novel apart are it's blend of philosophy and spycraft. Interesting story.

    12. I couldn't WAIT to get to the end of this book. The end twist was good, but there was so much lacking throughout the entire book.

    13. It's a cat and mouse game between Todd Belknap and the Bancroft's. A good plot that kept my interest during a long drive.

    14. Todd Belknap, well know as a great tracker for Consular Operations, gets home and finds out his best friend (Jared Rinehart) has been abducted in Lebanon. He decides to find him no matter what, which - in combination with his latest job going bad - leads to him being fired. Andrea Bancroft finds out she is to receive millions of dollars from a cousin she never met, with one condition: she is wanted as a part of the board of the Bancroft family foundation, a charity organization that is trying to [...]

    15. Todd Belknap, experienced field agent goes on a mission that goes awry at the same time his best friend, Jared Rhinehart, and fellow agent is kidnapped and will probably be tortured and killed. The State Dept decides not to rescue his friend and it is up to Belknap to rescue him. Andrea Bancroft is offered a lucrative position on the family philanthropic foundation. She takes the position but the more she finds out about the foundation, the more endangered her life becomes. At one point she meet [...]

    16. Even though the cover and the title of t he book may sound boring, and sound like 'just another James Bond, or more likely, Jason Bourne rip-off', think again. I really wonder how and when does Robert Ludlum get the time to craft such details, research such intricacies, and write and envision such stories. They are a web of mystery upon thrillers! This is why I feel that the money I spent on this book, was worth it (especially since the book is 520 pages long!)First of all, I finished reading th [...]

    17. In the tradition of such Ludlum classics as The Chancellor Manuscript and The Icarus Agenda , The Bancroft Strategy is a compelling novel of intrigue, where two figures find themselves facing a shadowy organization working to twist global politics to their own unsavory ends. When Todd Belknap - a legendary field agent for Consular Operations with a reputation as something of a cowboy - is cut loose from the agency after an operation goes wrong, his best friend and fellow agent is abducted in Leb [...]

    18. Pour être claire, ce livre m'a pris trois mois à lire, parce que je n'arrivais vraiment pas à rentrer dedans. Le problème: une mauvaise répartition du savoir entre les personnages et le lecteur.Pendant les 150 premières pages, je me suis demandée pourquoi je continuais à lire ce livre. On patauge. Les personnages me paraissaient plats ( Andrea qui venait de rompre avec son petit ami, bref, grand classique) et les dialoguesterribles ( l'engueulade entre le patron et Todd, ça m'a tuée. P [...]

    19. “We have taken possession of the package, the note said. Enjoy your stay. Yet what truly made his blood freeze was the sign-off: GENESIS.”Todd Belknap, experienced field agent for an undisclosed governmental agency, is incensed when his plans go awry and he is fired. On the same night that his own operation goes off course, his mentor and best friend is kidnapped on a similar assignment. Belknap refuses to abandon him and sets off to track him down.Andrea Bancroft has long been separated fro [...]

    20. Since I read AMBLER WARNING and enjoyed it, I decided to grab another Ludlum off the library shelf. Again the ghost writer(s) created a fancinating story that takes readers across the globe and into terrifying worlds peopled with very scary individuals. Scary because they could be the assassin next door or because they perform their evil deeds under the illusion that they are making the world a better place.This time, however, I noticed that Ludlum's ghost writers must subscribe to the handbook [...]

    21. In preparation for my next novel, I have read a variety of old and new school conspiracy thrillers and I have to say that I am very impressed with Robert Ludlum's mastery of the genre and his ability of smoothly navigating waters much threaded through before and after him. Ludlum is able to ratchet up the tension to a point where the reader himself is basically at a loss at what can be done to save the hopeless situation and then he comes up with a perfectly plausible (well, plausible in the con [...]

    22. Gr8 book, Ludlum seldom gives readers a loose point in this novel.Basically an espionage story about a protagonist(spy from American secret agency) searching for his friend and colleague.It seems in manner in which writer describes scenario that he must have been spy himself.Novel takes you to the journey of countries around the world and his description of places and people is just enchanting.Each page gives out something new twists and turns although novel have many characters(as it should be [...]

    23. This was the fifth and final book which was outlined by Robert Ludlum before his death and then finished by another author. In keeping with my opinion from the other of those five books which I've read, it is among the weakest of his novels. This one was partly saved by some interesting twists and turns over the second 2/3 of the book, but even with those, I pieced together the major points about the ending with around 100 pages left. Still keeping it from being more than just an enjoyable way t [...]

    24. Two months of off-on reading, mostly at bedtime yet The Bancroft Strategy didn't deprive me of sleep. Because the story was so lengthly I'll be concise.Suspenseful, mysterious, murderous; romancing, spying, globe hopping; sometimes exotic; muscular handsome men, well appointed woman, genius philanthropic child; deceitful, lecherous, and cunning expose into the world of physical and digital espionage politics and more, more and more deceit, murder and lying.Even though I'd figured out the ending [...]

    25. I find that my favorite books are the ones that are able to successfully blend an enjoyable story with a deep moral or philosophic idea as the main theme. The Bancroft Strategy does this with a story with action, suspense, intrigue, (and strangely enough, romance), while at the same time discussing the concepts of government intervention and the greater good. I loved the globe-trotting, the sudden twists and turns in the plot, but I especially liked the characters: humane villains, secret allies [...]

    26. In this novel, US Intelligence agent Todd Belknap is in Lebanon trying to find an agent who has been kidnapped. On a separate story line, Andrea Bancroft, a hedge fund analyst has been put on the board of her family’s foundation, which has some potentially nefarious dealings. The two story lines intersect in a mess of conspiracy.One of Ludlum’s weakest points is that many of his novels just have no basis in reality, and this novel suffers from some of these same flaws. Naturally, the Bancrof [...]

    27. Familiar with the Bourne series I was interested to read The Bancroft Strategy, a book "prepared and edited for publication" after Ludlum's death. A good read, even though it didn't quite reach the intensity that might have been expected by a Bourne fan. Interestingly, it has a descriptive prose embedded in the frenetic pace of the action thriller genre. We follow the intriguingly named operative Belknap (a chip off the old Liberty bell?), as he pursues successive secretive intrigues to manipula [...]

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