David Baldacci doesn't fail us with this new tale but maybe I am getting bored with the old gang. It sure does seem like they get themselves out of some impossible situations. Narration was excellent.
If you haven't read the series, it is helpful and worthwhile to start from the beginning. They will all keep you entertained.
I really like David Baldacci. I love the Sean King/Michelle Maxwell series. However, on my third Camel Club book, I have finally lost patience with this series. This group is simply not believable to me. The characters, especially Jerry Bagger, are just too over the top. I tried to get through Stone Cold, but I got about halfway and asked myself why I was wasting my time on something I was not enjoying. While I intend to keep listening to Baldacci, I am done with the Camel Club.
I have been an avid audible listener foot quite some time.it has helped me stay sharp and entertained as well.
What can i say but this is a great series and this book is an excellent addition. I was pleased from beginning to end.
I'm a Cardiac Anesthesiologist with two college aged children. I used 2 check my kid's books for appropriateness & now enjoy those books 2.
I read everything Baldacci writes. I have loved every character he develops, but Oliver Stone is my favorite. This book is fantastic and I loved the story, plot, and characters from the first paragraph.
Baldacci hit another home run with the continuing Camel Club adventure. Learning more about the people that Oliver, Milton, Reuben, and Caleb are is an adventure worth taking unto itself. The twists and turns are much along similar lines as previous writings and get just the slightest bit predictable. Bit in the end it doesn't matter, as the journey is so very worth it.
Clunky dialogue and cliched characters riddle this thriller. The author obviously knows about the underbelly of the military and its workings, but a horrible choice in narrator and cliched characters and stilted dialogue really hurt this author. This will never be made into a film. James Patterson is a step or two up from this author, but also has some dialogue and character issues, namely stemming from their love of melodrama.
If you read/listened to The Collectors, you will know what one of the plots is. It is a little frustrating at times to switch between the two story lines, but they're both written well enough that they both capture your attention. Stone Cold was a very engaging listen, and as anyone who listened to The Collectors will tell you, it was SOOOOO much easier to follow, as the narration was spectacular, with great voice characterizations. Maybe the female voices could have used a bit softer tones, but that's just nit picking. I am curious to see how Baldacci will follow up on this, and what the next chapter in the saga of the Camel Club will be.
You never know what is going happen next. One of his best books. Alot of action and wondering how everyone will come together in the end. Also Ron M is one of the best readers around. I recommend this book