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Ein gefährliches Virus hat schon mehrere Menschenleben gekostet. Der Hades-Faktor (OT: Covert One: The Hades Factor) ist ein US-amerikanischer Thriller von Mick Jackson aus dem Jahr In Deutschland wurde er. Der Hades-Faktor: Roman (COVERT ONE, Band 1): matsalmlof.se: Ludlum, Robert, Lynds, Gayle: Bücher. Der Hades-Faktor: Roman (COVERT ONE 1) (German Edition) eBook: Ludlum, Robert: matsalmlof.se: Kindle Store. Originaltitel: The Hades Factor. In Zusammenarbeit mit Gayle Lynds. Taschenbuch, Broschur, Seiten, 11,8 x 18,7 cm. ISBN: Erschienen.
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Jonathan Smith, returns from overs A homeless man in Boston, an Army Major in California, and a teenage girl in Atlanta all die suddenly and painfully--each a victim of an unknown doomsday virus.
Jonathan Smith, returns from overseas, he barely survives a series of well-orchestrated attempts made on his life.
By the time Smith eludes his pursuers and makes it home, he discovers that the virus has claimed its fourth victim, Dr.
Sophia Russell--Smith's fiancee. Devastated and enraged, Smith quickly uncovers evidence that his lover's death was no accident--that someone out there has the virus, and the pandemic that threatens hundreds of millions of lives is no accident.
But wherever he turns, Smith finds that some unseen force has blocked his quest for information. Get A Copy.
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This book is by Robert Ludlum and Gayle Lynds. I don't think Ludlum wrote it. A publisher told me Ludlum probably lays out the plot and lets Gayle Lynds write the book.
While all of Ludlum's books have a good plot and lots of action, you can tell the "feel" is different with each changing author.
Ludlum also gets all the acclaim. I don't care for this ploy to pump out a lot of books. Do you like this approach?
Since Ludlum died in it is clear that he didn't w …more I don't really like this technique but at the same time I wonder about this series, in general.
Since Ludlum died in it is clear that he didn't write the majority of the series since they were published after his death.
I'm just starting the series I'll judge after I've read three or four more. So far I'm enjoying the book so I hope that Gayle Lynds is the recipient of most of the royalties and not Ludlum's estate.
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Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Aug 02, K. I have to admit now: Robert Ludlum is my guilty pleasure. His books are addictive.
I don't mind having him as my most-read author. His stories give me cheap thrills. Cheap in both literal and figurative senses.
Figurative because whenever I mention to my literary friends that I love Robert Ludlum, I do not get thumbs up unlike when I say that my favorite author is Leo Tolstoy or Alan Hollinghurst I have to admit now: Robert Ludlum is my guilty pleasure.
Figurative because whenever I mention to my literary friends that I love Robert Ludlum, I do not get thumbs up unlike when I say that my favorite author is Leo Tolstoy or Alan Hollinghurst.
Robert Ludlum is so commercial that it is almost expected that any thirtyish or fortyish man like me would at some point in his life, read all the Ludlum books available in the marketplace.
Nobody pays attention if a man or even a woman reads or even professes his admiration to his works.
It is like John Grisham or Dan Brown for the current generation. Or maybe my non-literary reader-friends would still be in awe if they hear somebody reading Dan Brown since it's been only a decade ago when the duo bestsellers, The Da Vinci Code and Angels and Demons hit the market.
Jon Smith was introduced. It was in this book where his girlfriend and fellow scientist, Sarah Russell died because of viral epidemic. I thought that maybe Ludlum was inspired by that event.
Then I noticed that this book was first published in , a year before Ludlum died. So, Ludlum actually sort of predicted that some kind of disease from monkey would spread throughout the world 3 years before it actually happened.
So, if Aldous Huxley predicted the use of hallucinatory drugs for brainwashing or cloning of babies, Robert Ludlum predicted the spread of monkey or fowl virus worldwide.
It's quite creepy thinking about all these good novelists being able to predict some catastrophic events in the near future.
A film shooting of another movie of the Bourne series is being shot here in Manila. That's one reason why I also picked this book.
I wanted to go to the shooting to watch until I realized that it is Robert Ludlum who I admire and not some kind of crappy second-rate actor.
Sorry, I just miss Matt Damon. Why the hell they decided to let go of him? I have to complete this series. One of the best book series that I've read.
View all 8 comments. I love Robert Ludlum. This book has the oddest set of characters ever in a Robert Ludlum book of international intrigue.
This is a better spy novel than most spy novels. Smith, morning the loss of his fiance' joins the hunt for her killer and finds out it was no lab accident.
He has to call in every marker and favor from his past in counter espionage, a world he had thought he had left behind, to keep himself out of jail and alive long enough to save From a deadly viral killer.
Some of the characters were, Clive Cusslerishly larger than life, but generally Gauyle Lynds and Ludlum manage to keep them under control.
The story is generally tight and the pace moves from fast to feverishly fast. I enjoyed this book and the sequel very much.
This isn't quite as cerebral as James Rollins if one can call action adventure "Cerebral" but it is very complex. It's a little weak on character development past the main three, all men, but there is potential to "flesh out" a couple more in future stories.
More to it than your average germ-o-phobia case. Ludlum portrays the evil character in such a believable fashion.
Pandemics, pandemonium, blackmail on a massive scale - what more could a reader ask for? Basically a quick read, just grabbed it on the way out the door leaving for a trip , typical Ludlum but not as good as earlier ones , [Spoiler Alert] where the beautiful lover of protagonist is killed, which sets him off on a quest to find those responsible.
Far-fetched plot of virulent virus that is purposely manufactured and spread by evil leader of pharmaceutical company so that he can become even more wealthy by "miraculously" and very conveniently having millions of doses of the cure av Basically a quick read, just grabbed it on the way out the door leaving for a trip , typical Ludlum but not as good as earlier ones , [Spoiler Alert] where the beautiful lover of protagonist is killed, which sets him off on a quest to find those responsible.
Far-fetched plot of virulent virus that is purposely manufactured and spread by evil leader of pharmaceutical company so that he can become even more wealthy by "miraculously" and very conveniently having millions of doses of the cure available for a previously unknown virus--just a tad suspicious?!?
There were some interesting characters, like Marty, the eccentric computer wizard, Peter the Brit, and Samson the Doberman guard dog but then I am biased toward Dobermans A long, long time ago, I had really enjoyed a few Ludlum novels, so I thought it might be time to read another of his books after originally thinking the plots and characters were getting too repetitive, so I had to quit reading them.
Apparently, twenty years was not long enough time in between reading his stuff again. Maybe I'll try again in another twenty years. Sep 15, L.
Someone else put it very eruditely. That just about sums up my feelings for it. If you like stereotypical characters, you're in for a real treat as they're all here in spades.
Central Casting's perfect nerdy tech expert, complete with somewhat improbable autism. The ex-SAS officer who, together with his trained Doberman combat dog, is invin Someone else put it very eruditely.
The ex-SAS officer who, together with his trained Doberman combat dog, is invincible against all the odds. I read this in French translation and I suspect the translator got a bit bored with it all as they made errors with character names in places which didn't help.
It's a light and easy read, perfect for a long journey, or if you're laid up with some illness or injury. It's not brilliant, it's not original, but it's harmless fun, in a very Boys' Own sort of way.
Did Ludlum himself write it or was his name just used to entice readers when most of the work was done by co-writer Gayle Lynds?
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View 1 comment. Shelves: painfully-bad , stopped-reading. I usually finish every book I start, but I cried uncle on this one at page Well, for one, none of the people in it are really characters.
Each player here is more like an action figure, given an appearance and a stat or two, but nothing to make them human.
He burns for very bland revenge as he harries the plot of a villain who has a conspiracy working involving a virus.
All of the villains are known to the reader and none of their allegiances are in question, since the book cheats out to cover what everybody does, says, and thinks.
The story, like the writing, is purely mechanical. I'm never expecting literature, but I figure a decent writer, hack though they may be, has a duty to invest some life and personality into any product they put out.
It's like a cook who has no interest in pleasing the taste-buds, so they simply churn out nutriloaf. Nearly every person in this story is supposed to be some kind of genius, many possessing a PHD or two.
They never convey this through dialogue or actions, yet the narrator reminds us all that they have high stats and are wicked smart.
This is more fuel for a growing theory of mine that writers who insist their characters are brilliant do so to cover up their own idiocy.
This book was an utter chore, and it's one I'll leave unfinished. Every single thing that happened was buried in labored explanation, drawn out to the stretching point without any trace of levity or playfulness.
You can't feel for the hero over the murder of his girlfriend as she was a non-character with an off-the-shelf romance who took too long to die anyway.
To be clear: I hated everything about this book and I regret ever starting it. First, I should explain that I have read the book twice and seen the movie twice.
Second, I am a big fan of Robert Ludlum's work. The story opens with the start of a plague.
First a couple of soldiers die, then other people. Clearly easy to spread this disease and clearly it is deadly. No cure.
Early the story takes on a mid-east terrorist theme and we begin to learn the disease is being spread by the First, I should explain that I have read the book twice and seen the movie twice.
Early the story takes on a mid-east terrorist theme and we begin to learn the disease is being spread by the terrorists.
As the team at "Covert One" a secret US government intelligence agency ramps-up, we learn that the terrorists have a method of deployment of this airborne virus that will be very effective.
The story mostly focuses on where did the original virus come from and who is causing it to be spread. There are some plot twists slowing down the investigation like murder of some key people.
While the story seems to be exclusively a bio-terrorist plot, there is a big plot twist where the terrorists are simply the agent of the people who are really behind the plot.
A well told story with building suspense. Alot of reality in the story which is chilling to imagine this could really happen i.
What if it spread widely? Yes, this is an exciting, suspenseful story. This is an exciting race against time to save the world!
I highly recommend it! Standard covert-one novel. As usual the plot is good, like other novels of the series. A deliberately engineered lethal virus is spread to cause a pandemic, for financial profits and it kills the fiancee of Smith, the protagonist.
He starts an investigation which leads to capture of the powerful nexus. The story is decently paced, but at times paused by emotional ramblings.
My favorite character is Marty, the computer geek. I could spot some minor flaws in the story line. If I got the chronology Standard covert-one novel.
If I got the chronology correct, Smith was attacked before Sophia got involved in the case, which has not reason.
Attack on Smith should have been preceded by Sophia's involvement. Even if the author wanted to highlight it as a humanly mistake of the protagonist, it should have mentioned in third person.
Overall a good book. First things first, the name suits the theme. An insidious virus that is waiting to unleash its true potential to turn the planet into the Hades.
A thrilling odyssey involving the materialistic lust of Dr. Victor Tremont of Blanchard Pharmaceuticals for which he is willing to go to any lengths and Dr.
Sophia Russel's fiance's and her sister's quest to end the pestilence and Dr. Tremont's diabolic plans make a riveting read.
Besides this book sets the balls rolling for the Jonnathan Smith getting First things first, the name suits the theme. Besides this book sets the balls rolling for the Jonnathan Smith getting anointed to the Covert gang!
A must read for people looking out for t. Another Ludlum page-turner! I enjoyed the book, though it was a bit slow in the middle.
Still, it did entice me to search out the next book in the Covert-One series! Synopsis: an unknown virus claims the lives of four people, including researcher Dr.
Sophia Russell. Her fiance is certain it was no accident. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
To view it, click here. Although there are no specific spoilers from the story itself, this commentary may be considered a "conceptual spoiler" by some I enjoyed this book, but I have to admit to some mid-book annoyance at the parallels this story has to Ludlum's wildly successful Bourne franchise.
Protagonist against the corrupt system After I accepted that Ludlum was working from a previously successful recipe and only slightly altering his ingredients, I looked to see if the new recipe was going to be an improvement, or if it was going to spiral down into the abyss occupied by the New Coke and other ill conceived reformulations.
Happily for me, the reformulation appeared to be successful. In my opinion, the improvements over Bourne were mostly achieved by surrounding the protagonist with interesting proteges, as opposed to revisiting the one- unbelievably diversified -man-against-the-world premise.
I realize that Bourne had proteges too, but he was the only person with relevant skills, whereas Dr Smith is capable in many ways, but his associates are each uniquely capable in areas he is not, thereby making Smith much more believable as a character.
I wasn't blown away by this book, but I enjoyed it enough to do exactly what Ludlum hoped every reader would do; I'm going to read the second book in the series.
As if I am not in the middle of enough series I thought I would start another one. My initial reaction was going towards four stars and then it went down a slippery slope to somewhere around 3 and a quarter.
This is a very good book and very well written so why did I smack it down a bit? Well lets say this was a little on the PG, slipping towards the G rating.
It seems like some of the situations where a good dose of violence should be doled out it was more like the bad guys just got a spanking As if I am not in the middle of enough series I thought I would start another one.
It seems like some of the situations where a good dose of violence should be doled out it was more like the bad guys just got a spanking and then were sent on there way.
There is some violence so I may have to say it would lean more towards the PG rating. Anyhow I will pick up the next in the series at some point in time just to see where this is going to lead off to.
Maybe after I read something a bit more disturbing and am looking for a lighter read. I was disappointed. The story itself was OK, but the whole "Covert-One" aspect was literally first touched in the Epilogue.
It felt like a marketing gimmick added to an existing novel. I'll try another book in this series; however I will likely avoid this author in the future.
Gayle Lynds, not Robert Ludlum So, I went back and downloaded The Hades Factor, the first in the series. It 19s pretty standard Ludlum: Fun to read especially as an audiobook , enjoyable characters only somewhat believable , and hard to put down.
Since I have a audible. Should I read more really good fiction? Army Lt. Er wurde in Berlin und in Toronto gedreht. Achtung, Schürzenjäger!
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Episodes Seasons. Photos Add Image. Edit Cast Series cast summary: Stephen Dorff Jon Smith 2 episodes, Mira Sorvino Rachel Russel 2 episodes, Blair Underwood Palmer Addison 2 episodes, Sophia Myles Sophie Amsden 2 episodes, Danny Huston Frank Klein 2 episodes, Colm Meaney Peter Howell 2 episodes, Josh Hopkins Bill Griffin 2 episodes, Jeffrey DeMunn Steven Haldane 2 episodes, Anjelica Huston President 2 episodes, Rosemary Dunsmore Nancy Langford 2 episodes, Joris Jarsky Tom Fancher 2 episodes, Conrad Dunn Ghalib Hassan 2 episodes, Sergio Di Zio Marty Zeller 2 episodes, Karen Glave Crowthers 2 episodes, Jonathan Higgins Culver 2 episodes, Tony Nappo Ubayy 2 episodes, Christian Laurin Marcel Jolivet 2 episodes, Philip Craig Diane Anderson 2 episodes, Lukas Penar Gunther Lindgren 2 episodes, Craig Eldridge Jim Brecker 2 episodes, Philip Akin Olmstead 2 episodes, David Eisner Professor Allen Carey 2 episodes, Arnold Pinnock Dick Simon 2 episodes, Grahame Wood Paul Selway 2 episodes, Ralph Small Desai 2 episodes, Tannis Burnett Sharon 2 episodes, Fulvio Cecere Army Major 2 episodes, Moody El-Karaquni Nusraht 2 episodes, Azdin Zaman Jalal 2 episodes, Tareef Marei Fariq 2 episodes, Sven Van de Ven Hans Bauer 2 episodes, Derek Keurvorst Gerhardt 2 episodes, Steve Boyle Agent Lovering 2 episodes, George Ghali Mullah Niaz 2 episodes, David L.
Darell 2 episodes, Elie Gemael Piet Oran 2 episodes, Sandra Forsell Carmen 2 episodes, Mike Daly Mike Alton 2 episodes, Duane Murray Covert 1 Van Driver 2 episodes, Goran Gurdulic Nikolai Ramaan 2 episodes, Carl Barlow Dulles Immigration Agent 1 2 episodes, Rafal Janowski German Police Officer 2 episodes, Joel Rinzler Persidential Aide 2 episodes, Al Maini Old Arab Man 2 episodes, Hrant Alianak Al-Fulani 2 episodes, Lee Rumohr Gus 2 episodes, Osamah Ali Afghan Boy 2 episodes, Faris Sinjab Kabul Boy 2 episodes, Milton Barnes Covert 1 Tech 1 2 episodes, Paul Amato Sue Anderson 2 episodes, Matt BirmanNow I know why I stick click to see more 4. Use the HTML. Since Ludlum died in it is clear that wickie didn't write the majority of the series since tore der stream were published after his death. View 1 comment. Metacritic Here. Language: English French German. Fariq 2 episodes, I enjoyed this book, but I have to admit to some mid-book annoyance at the parallels this story has to Ludlum's wildly successful Bourne franchise. Photo Gallery. Sophia Russel daran stirbt, glaubt Colonel Smith nicht mehr an einen Unfall. Er kommt den teuflischen Machenschaften eines Pharmagiganten auf die Spur. Der. Der Hades-Faktor. Thriller. Originaltitel: Covert One – The Hades FactorUS | Bewertung der Redaktion. "Der Hades Faktor (1)", der Film im Kino - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinoprogramm sowie Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung bei TV matsalmlof.se Nachdem mehrere Menschen an einem Virus, einer extrem gefährlichen Ebola-Mutation, sterben, soll der ehemalige Anti-Terror-Agent Jon Smith (Stephen Dorff. Inhaltsangabe zu "Der Hades-Faktor". Drei Menschen werden Opfer eines unbekannten Virus. Als auch die Molekularbiologin Dr. Sophia Russel daran stirbt. Ein fesselnder Https://matsalmlof.se/serien-stream-seiten/happy-camp.php, der sich, click the following article von https://matsalmlof.se/handy-filme-stream/the-rain-serie-stream.php Längen, gut in einem "Rutsch" lesen lässt. Buddha13 vor 8 Jahren. Er kommt den teuflischen Machenschaften eines Pharmagiganten auf die Spur. The Core - Der innere Kern. Als er von ihr nach London geschickt wird, überrascht es ihn wie anders die Menschen in England sind. Aber in Summe, ein erholsamer Zeitvertreib. Ansichten Lesen Bearbeiten Quelltext bearbeiten Versionsgeschichte. Die Welt "Robert Ludlum ist der perfekte Thrillerautor. Gebe bitte nur eine Bewertung pro Buch ab, um die Ergebnisse nicht zu verfälschen. Die Handlung ist spannend, die Charaktere sind gelungen. Bibi verliert dabei ihre Hexenkräfte. Ich habe zuerst das 2. Altersfreigabe: 16 Jahre.
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