I have been using audible for several years now. I have rated books but never felt compelled to write a review. The character development was outstanding, I experienced an uncommon bond with the characters. I laughed, I cried. You rob your self by not enjoying this book.
If you liked the other "Camel Club" books you'll love this one. I enjoyed the dual (or more)story line(s), the characters were true and the good guys actually win with some satisfaction. The narration was wonderful (unlike The Collectors which was abysmal) thanks to Ron McLarty. I highly recommend this book and hope that Mr. Baldachi will serve up a fourth in the series.
I really enjoyed this book and the additions of the new members of the Camel Club. The double story line did mesh together, but the end of the sub plot was a little lacking. Overall though, I will chose this author over others. Great narration.
I am a Baldacci fan and especially like the Camel Club series. I didn't think this book lived up to his earlier efforts. Baldacci seemed to change the nature of the characters and one of the things I had liked was the recurring Camel Club characters. I thought Oliver changed the most. I undersand some change since he bacame more closely associated with his earlier personal history but it just didn't work for me. Perhaps understandably the narrator changed the voices in a way I thought was not true to the characters. Maybe I just like Olicer Stone better than John Carr. I'll bet I am not alone.
Not only is the best of the Camel Club series, it is one of the best books I have listened to.Oliver Stone is my favourite hero.This book ties everything up and more.I loved the twists, turns and surprises. Highly recommended!
Welcome back, Camel Club. Intrigue,then throw in the long con,assasinations, evil gangsters, CIA,ruthless racketeers, then mix it, toss it and WOW, what a great story. Just try to turn it off.
It was great.