The author wishes us to join him in an alternate universe where the most outrageous events can occur without a hiccup or hitch. The characters are 2-dimensional and the dialogue is 12th grade at best.
How they trap the chief villain is so childish that it is not worth the time getting there.
The reader, however, is excellent.
This book was good, maybe not as good as the other Camel Club books though. There are places where it sort of drags but all in all if you liked the others read this one.
Maybe the next one will be better.
Very good continuation of the Camel Club Series. David Baldacci spins great stories and Divine Justice is no exception. Any tale that has me talking to, and advising, the characters at critical moments has hit the mark.
I could hardly stop listening. There were no lulls or gaps just continuous excitement from the first chapter to the last. I loved the narrator, what a great job.
I am looking forward to more from this author. Baldacci is one of the best!
Nicely written. This book tied up loose ends from the previous books and developed nicely the Oliver Stone character. The introduction of some new personalities along with the weaving in of some of the persons from other books was very good in that it added continuity. Great job on writing and on the reader of the audio book.
Excellent descriptive narrative! I could simpathize with the club members predicament. Especially enjoyed getting expanded knowledge and familiarity with the club members.