In “The Camel Club”, there was everything I could want in a book. There was great suspense, a well put together plot, edge of your seat storytelling and fantastic action. Although some parts are not appropriate for younger audiences, I think this book would be perfect for avid readers above the age of 13. It has all the components of a Dan Brown book, and you will not be able to put it down and I assure you, will lose sleep over it. Some parts that I didn't really enjoy about it was that it ended; thankfully there are two sequels that are also great. Altogether, I would give it a 5/5, it had me hooked and wanting more when the final page was flipped. I highly recommend it.
- @ɹǝʇsɐɯʞooq of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library
Good book. Interesting Characters.
I love David's books, but this one was really hard to get into. I was bored the first half of the book, but the sequel is really good so far.
Strong start then got weaker and weaker and weaker. Plot is rather incredulous...
Baldacci has assembled the most unlikeliest band of heroes, intellectuals, miscreants and misfits in this surefire thriller. The Camel Club will have you on the edge of your seat begging for more. Join Oliver Stone and his crew as they set out to discover the "truth" in our nation's capital.
I fell in love with these characters.
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