Camel Club isn't nearly as good as others by Baldacci. Narration was excellent. Political speeches became a little hard to take and seemed repetitious. If this is the only Baldacci you have read/listened, don't give up on other - many are much, much better.
The first part of the book was an interesting summary of globalization but the latter part of the book became very preachy and opinionated. Grew quite tedious and repetitive.
The plot was predictable and in Ludlum fashion lots of extraneous observations and material included which dilute the action and slow down the pace of the book. Despite that, a good listen and very well done narration. An abridged version might be even better.
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