Tuesday, July 20, 2010

The Camel Club by David Baldacci

     There are conspirators and there have been conspiracy theorists for thousands of years. This book starts with a group of misfits that have formed a conspiracy club. Finding places to meet takes them to a place where they become witness to murder. Staying ahead of the bad guys who have discovered their error becomes a game of who to trust. They can not go to the police, who would believe them? The club finally joins forces with a Secret Service Agent and it begins a terror ridden, fright filled fight to save the President. Who do you trust when you can't even trust the highest organizations in the land. Who are the betrayers and can we be on the brink of nuclear war?
     A book written with frightening possibilities and believability. David Baldacci has taken the fears right from our wildest nightmares and set them to words. There are some very real scenarios and the twists and turns take you into places that you could only dream exist. This book is not for the light hearted but is definitely one if you like the conspiracy genre.
     This is not normally a book I would pick up, but once into it I was not able to put it down. There is a whole different level of terror when the possibilities seem so plausible.

Rating 4/5

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2 comments:

thebookwurrm said...

Hey there! This is Nafiza! I've added your blog to my bookmarks. Happy reviewing!

allen said...

I've read the entire Camel Club series, but have not yet gotten around to posting my reviews on them.

Enjoyed your review - keep up the good work! I've added you to my favorites.

allen
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