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The Camel Club by David Baldacci

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The Camel Club exists at the fringes of Washington, D.C., has no power, and consists solely of four eccentric members whom society has forgotten. One man leads this ragtag crew. He has no known past and has taken the name "Oliver Stone." Day and night, Stone and his friends study wild conspiracy theories and the machinations of government, hoping to discover some truth that will hold America's leaders accountable to its citizens. Yet never in Stone's wildest nightmares could he imagine the conspiracy they are about to uncover, in... THE CAMEL CLUB: After witnessing a shocking murder, the Club is slammed headfirst into a plot that threatens the very security of the nation, full of stunning twists, high-stakes intrigue, and global gamesmanship rocketing to the Oval Office and beyond. It's an event that may well be the catalyst for a long-threatened Armageddon, and all that stands in the way of this apocalypse are these unexpected heroes. THE COLLECTORS: Headquartered in a caretaker's cottage in Mt. Zion Cemetery, Oliver Stone discovers that someone is selling America to its enemies-one classified secret at a time. When Annabelle Conroy, the greatest con artist of her generation, struts onto the scene in high-heeled boots, the Camel Club gets a sexy new edge as the investigation of two chilling murders hurtles them into a world of espionage that threatens to bring America to its knees. STONE COLD: One by one, men from Stone's shadowy past are turning up dead. To almost all who know him, Harry Finn is a doting father and loving husband who uses his skills behind the scenes to keep our nation safe. But the other face of Harry Finn is that of an unstoppable killer with his sights on Stone. As the Camel Club and Annabelle fight for their lives, the twists and turns whipsaw, leading to a finale that is as explosive as it is shattering.



  • Alright, listen up. Let me break it down for you. This book ain't aiming to be some high-brow literature, and I knew that from the get-go. It falls into that category the author himself calls "commercial fiction." He's well aware that he's writing a formulaic book, and he wants you to know it too. But here's the thing, maybe using that distinction was just an excuse for this specific novel. It ticks off all the boxes on the genre checklist, but there's not much else going on. It was alright, but it didn't really grab my attention, and that's the most important job for a genre novel: to have an intriguing and sometimes thrilling plot, written by a seasoned pro of "commercial fiction" in a straightforward but not overly distracting style. Unfortunately, this book didn't deliver on that front. The plot was way too far-fetched, and the characters, well, they were somewhat interesting, but I remember feeling like I couldn't wait for it to be over when I was listening. Now, don't get me wrong, this author has a massive fan base, so maybe this is exactly what some folks are looking for. But it just wasn't my cup of tea.
  • This book is absolutely captivating. The author skillfully unveils the details and plot, creating an engrossing narrative that will keep you hooked and eager to listen to it all at once. However, I could have done without the blatant political agenda the author pushes. It would have been better if he had subtly conveyed his views instead of hammering them in. By the way, the website's summary could use some improvements. It wrongly names the characters and even misrepresents the role of the lawyer.
  • If you're in the mood for some anti-American perspective, then 'The Camel Club' is the perfect book for you. It delves into the world of thoughtful terrorists who choose not to kill, while being confronted by zealous and corrupt Americans who have no qualms about their actions. To add an interesting twist, there's also an intolerant and promiscuous American soccer mom thrown into the mix. And let's not forget that even the homeless have a role in saving the country's supposedly non-existent morals. I could go on, but I'll spare you the details...