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Stone Cold (Camel Club Book 3) by [Baldacci, David]
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4.7 out of 5 stars 187 customer reviews

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"He's hit the jackpot again...Baldacci pushes the pace pedal to the floor and takes the turns on two wheels." -- New York Daily News

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"He's hit the jackpot again...Baldacci pushes the pace pedal to the floor and takes the turns on two wheels." -- New York Daily News

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 919 KB
  • Print Length: 401 pages
  • Publisher: Macmillan; New edition edition (4 Sept. 2008)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003GK212G
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 187 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #4,886 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Hardcover
I enjoyed the original Camel Club and even more so the Collectors so awaited this eagerly especially as it was set up with Bagger seeking revenge on Annabelle.

This book is a departure from traditional Baldacci style and I thought moves more mainstream to Patterson. The chapters are short and numerous, and the plot quickly flowing but with less depth. The characters are not developed sufficiently other than Stone who indeed takes centre stage as on a mission to rectify previous orders given by the government (great Jason Bourne/ Jack Reacher stuff I might add). Particularly dissapointing is Annabelle who does not seem as strong willed as portrayed well in The Collectors.

However, this is more a statement than a critisism and I enjoyed the book, immensely. I highly recommended it for those who appreciate the Camel Club, but perhaps a little isoteric as a standalone read.
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Format: Paperback
I love all David Baldacci books, have bought loads and still looking for more. "Stone Cold" is another brilliant book which has a different Hero and which is part of the "Camel Club" series. It is therefore very important, to achieve maximum enjoyment, to read the books in the correct order. There are 5 books in the series and are as follows. The Camel Club, The Collectors, Stone Cold, Divine Justice and finally, Hell's corner. Happy reading.
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Format: Hardcover
I have read of lot of Baldacci, including one prior Camel Club effort. I have rated most of them highly, but I can't help feel that there's been a slide in quality. (I did not read the prequel to this one, however, so it may have lost some of its intended impact on me). Judging by other positive reviews, however, I am not going to bring the average rating down too much here with this somewhat negative review.

There are two sub-plots, one a conspiracy involving the past of one of the Camel Club members, and another involving the aftermath of a con-job executed by a Camel Club friend. They are unrelated, so I suspect both were there to make sure Baldacci could produce 400 pages - neither would have satisfied that test on its own.

It is an easy read without a great deal of real depth - but it has short, punchy chapters, some twists, and a lot of action to produce a good ride. But there are holes in the sub-plots, inaccuracies (which Baldacci admits to, to be fair) and a lot of coincidences to keep the plots moving. And there are bad guys at the highest levels of government, as usual, in an attempt to sustain interest. The writing is nothing special and there is little characterisation, although readers will have established favourites from the prequels.

In view of a couple of things that happen, the Camel Club will be different if Baldacci keeps it live. To me, however, the theme is wearing thin and Baldacci is struggling to come up with new ideas to keep the members actively engaged.

Here, I would say, he has just used too much licence to create his story and I suspect he will do more of the same next time. I would feel a lot better if Baldacci started with a new sheet to allow him to get back where he once was (then again, just prior to reading this book, I had finished a far-fetched Andrew Gross novel, and perhaps two of similar ilk, in a row, is one too many!). 7/10
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By Nick Brett TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 5 Nov. 2007
Format: Hardcover
This is the third in the Camel Club series. A series that started off very light-hearted and got more serious as it has moved on. The author has also taken the focus off many of the characters to focus on just two or three and almost as much time is given to the main bad guy, an ex-special forces operator who is killing ex intelligence agents.

No light touch in this one and the author is comfortable with the characters and the supporting players. The plot blends the back-story of Annabel as her past starts to catch up and likewise with Stone his past also starts to come back to haunt him and he has to decide how to protect those he cares for.

This is an efficient thriller and possibly the best of the Camel Club books. No classic but good enough to keep you well entertained for a few hours.
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Format: Hardcover
STONE COLD is a continuation from DAVID BALDACCI'S earlier works The Collectors and The Camel Club which are both worth reading. As for STONE COLD, the speed of this thriller is incredible as both subplots move out at an extraordinary pace yet the key players seem fully developed and plausible especially Harry and the CAMEL CLUB members. Both Oliver and Annabelle recognize the problems they respectively face as each knows they are in trouble, but in some ways welcome the confrontation. Underlying this strong thriller is a caution that government secrets are rarely security issues, but more likely the hiding of embarrassments usually caused by a lack of adequate checks and balances on arrogant imperial power!!! I would also recommend, if you missed reading TINO GEORGIOU'S masterpiece--THE FATES, go and read it. With fascinating and brilliantly created characters in `THE FATES' coupled with two intertwining plots makes for a completely enjoyable and page-turning read.
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Baldacci has,written another masterpiece. Stone is a great character who lives trying to forget his past. His friends whilst having flaws are very loyal and each compliments their skills. A great shame Farb had to sacrificed but no doubt Baldacci will come up with another character to replace him. There is no doubt that Annabelle will be a feature in forthcoming books. Really enjoyed the read and great to see Stone get the villains in the end.
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