I have enjoyed most of Baldacci's books,however the Camel Club series, while taking awhile to take to the theme, are my favorites.
I really enjoyed the Camel Club and have recommended it highly so I was excited for the return of the characters. However, this story gets annoying at times and doesn't seem to flow.
I've found David Baldacci's books to be engaging and great for long car rides. My low rating does NOT reflect on the book itself, but rather on the narrators. I may have high standards (e.g.,Scott Brick & Patricia Kalember) but this narration just didn't work. Having a primary male narrator with other voices is distracting. The female character would speak and the male narrator would add, "she said with a sigh." I tried twice to listen to this book but this back-and-forth reading style was so fragmented that I have chosen to buy the actual book and read it myself!
Great follow-on to a fantastic book! Really can't wait for the Camel Club to come back and see what happens!!! The ending left me wanting the next book now! Come on David, write fast!
Great extension of the Camel Club characters. Two separate stories are weaved throughout the text until one character crosses over into the other story.
Agent Alex Ford isn't used very much which is a shame as his character in the first installment was pretty good.
Main story wraps up pretty good, but secondary story is cut off abruptly leaving the anticipation that a third installment of the Camel Club is forthcoming.
Narration on this one is much better as multiple readers are used.
Typical Baldacci, great characters and good plots. Always a favorite and never disapoints. A good sequal to the Camel Club.
I loved this book. It was as good as The Camel Club,
first in this series.
The characters are well developed and not the usual fare in mystery fiction.
It is very entertaining. The plot is very good and moves at pretty good pace.
I hope there is a third and fourth book using these characters. I recommend it highly.