Divine Justice (Camel Club, #4)

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  • Hardcover
  • 326 pages
  • Divine Justice (Camel Club, #4)
  • David Baldacci
  • English
  • 06 June 2018
  • 0446195502

About the Author: David Baldacci

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Divine Justice (Camel Club, #4) book, this is one of the most wanted David Baldacci author readers around the world.


Divine Justice (Camel Club, #4) Oliver Stone Is The Most Wanted Man In America No, Not The Maverick Filmmaker Oliver Stone But The Covert Agent Whose Real Name Is John Carr Men In The Highest Circles Of Power Want Him Dead, And They Want Him Dead Quickly, Because He Knows Too Many Of Their Deepest Secrets The Members Of The Secretive Camel Club, On The Other Hand, Not Only Want Him Alive They Are Willing To Risk Their Own Lives To Save Their Leader And Friend All Of Which Sets Up David Baldacci S Thriller Of Relentless Intensity, A Perfect Follow Up To His Acclaimed Stone Cold

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10 thoughts on “Divine Justice (Camel Club, #4)

  1. Laura says:

    Ok, this is my first Baldacci, and I know this is part of a series, but stop me if you ve heard this one a former spy cop assassin is on the run after getting vengeance on the people who killed his wife child parent partner and finds himself mixed up with a child woman town who needs protection from the local drug dealers gang bangers corrupt officials Needless to say, this is definitely a genre piece However, I can t really fault it, even with the absurd Appalachian setting It was an entert Ok, this is my first Baldacci, and I know this is part of a series, but stop me if you ve heard this one a former spy cop assassin is on the run after getting vengeance on the people who killed his wife child parent partner and finds himself mixed up with a child woman town who needs protection from the local drug dealers gang bangers corrupt officials Needless to say, this is definitely a genre piece However, I can t really fault it, even with the absurd Appalachian setting It was an entertaining read and Ithan once found that my subway ride passed quicker than expected I also really liked the component of his friends, the Camel Club, which isn t normally a part of the loner fiction this usually belongs to I didn t feel like I lacked for having not read the rest of the series and even though this isn t my normal cup of tea, I d still be interested in reading another

  2. Una Tiers says:

    While the writing is clear the plot is over convoluted The protagonist doesn t have a cape, but emerges from most situations on top of the heap The end was predictable Nice characters.

  3. Brenda H says:

    The fourth book in The Camel Club series by David Baldacci starts out with Oliver on the run after the events in Stone Cold which I am still bitter over btw Oliver is on the train heading out of DC when he sees a fellow passenger, Danny, being beaten Against his better judgement, Oliver comes to the man s aid and ends up getting thrown off of the train in the middle of nowhere Virginia Low on funds and no where else to be, Oliver accepts Danny s invitation to stay the night in the town of D The fourth book in The Camel Club series by David Baldacci starts out with Oliver on the run after the events in Stone Cold which I am still bitter over btw Oliver is on the train heading out of DC when he sees a fellow passenger, Danny, being beaten Against his better judgement, Oliver comes to the man s aid and ends up getting thrown off of the train in the middle of nowhere Virginia Low on funds and no where else to be, Oliver accepts Danny s invitation to stay the night in the town of Divine, VA.Within days of coming to Divine, Oliver finds himself attacked several times, a witness to murders and in the middle of a huge cover up Of course, he can t help himself and begins to investigate the goings on in the small town While Oliver is investigating Divine s secrets, the federal government and the Camel Club are each searching for him.I enjoyed this one I like the new character that was introduced, Joe Knox, as well as some that we picked up in book 3 One of my favorites, Alex Ford, finds himself in some tight spots as he struggles with his sense of right and fair play when it comes to Oliver vs his role as law enforcement.Again, read this as an audiobook and the narrator, Ron McLarty, added to the experience with his reading and the character portrayals I noticed on the next book on audio, they ve added a female narrator and I m not sure how I m going to like that as it maybe too distracting with two voices in the same conversation McLarty did fine on his own with all parts even the female dialogues.Rating 4.25 Stars

  4. Trish (trishie7) says:

    David Baldacci is one of my fave authors and this is on my fave series especially with the addtion of Annabelle.The story like was good and gripping, hooked you from the start to the end You wonder what luck Oliver has going into a small town with this mysterious happenings going on.I like the new friend he made, Joe Knox, and glad to see Harry Finn return also.Over all, a really good suspsenseful read to the end Fans will not be dissapointed.

  5. Mahoghani 23 says:

    This was an adventure between misery and death Since Oliver chose to take the law into his own hands, he s been sought after by non other than Macklin Hayes, a general Stone served under and he s still holding a grudge against Stone and his actions many years ago.Stone s on the run and ends up in a town called Divine, West Virgina Trying to hide here will be the toughest thing to do since there are strange activities going on in the small community Saving himself from Hayes s grips will be ea This was an adventure between misery and death Since Oliver chose to take the law into his own hands, he s been sought after by non other than Macklin Hayes, a general Stone served under and he s still holding a grudge against Stone and his actions many years ago.Stone s on the run and ends up in a town called Divine, West Virgina Trying to hide here will be the toughest thing to do since there are strange activities going on in the small community Saving himself from Hayes s grips will be easy compared to what he endures in Divine.Exciting to read and another page turner The story pulls you into it with the simple descriptions and narrative writing skills the author uses The story is very believable

  6. Jeffrey says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Baldacci really pulls out all the stops in this superb 4th book in his Camel Club series I liked this book a lotthan the last book in the series In this novel, JOhn Carr, a super killer, but now much older, has just assassinated two government officials who were directly involved in killing his wife and daughter, and is on the run JOhn Knox is called in by Macklin Hayes, a brigadier general to try to find out who killed the two government officials So we have the hunt on for Carr as on Baldacci really pulls out all the stops in this superb 4th book in his Camel Club series I liked this book a lotthan the last book in the series In this novel, JOhn Carr, a super killer, but now much older, has just assassinated two government officials who were directly involved in killing his wife and daughter, and is on the run JOhn Knox is called in by Macklin Hayes, a brigadier general to try to find out who killed the two government officials So we have the hunt on for Carr as one part of the story Meanwhile, the Camel Club is also hunting for Carr to help him.Carr, however, has ended up in a small mining town which seems to be very affluent too affluent, with a series of murders of local townspeople Carr, trying to help some people finds himself in the middle of a big mess down there, while he is being hunted by Knox.Great fast read all nighter

  7. Mangalam Shiva says:

    EXCELLENT VERY INTERESTING.

  8. Monie says:

    As payback for their dirty deeds, Camel Club member Oliver Stone , murders a US Senator and an Intelligence Chief and has no choice but to flee Washington DC On the train ride out of town he intervenes in a 3 on 1 fight and saves Danny Riker from getting pummeled Now kicked off the train and no where near his destination Oliver has no alternative but to join Danny on his return trip to the tiny town of Divine, Virginia.Oliver only intends to see Danny home, earn a few traveling dollars and hi As payback for their dirty deeds, Camel Club member Oliver Stone , murders a US Senator and an Intelligence Chief and has no choice but to flee Washington DC On the train ride out of town he intervenes in a 3 on 1 fight and saves Danny Riker from getting pummeled Now kicked off the train and no where near his destination Oliver has no alternative but to join Danny on his return trip to the tiny town of Divine, Virginia.Oliver only intends to see Danny home, earn a few traveling dollars and hightail it out of Divine to safety in the crowded city of New Orleans but he quickly gets himself in the middle of Divine s troubles On his way out of town Oliver saves another one of Divine s young men and now the whole town knows his face when he seeks nothingthan anonymity But the trouble doesn t stop there and Oliver is targeted by a group of men who are covering up Divine s biggest secret With help from the rest of the Camel Club and unlikely assistance from the government agent hired to track him down Oliver just might make it out of the mess he s found himself in Oliver reminds of me an older Jason Bourne He can make 3 separate groups of punks run with fright and he gets himself out of the stickiest situations sometimes with just his belt as a weapon or his monkey bar skills The story has multiple surprises and intersecting plot lines that are neatly tied together in the end This is the fourth book from Baldacci featuring the Camel Club and I highly recommend reading the other three books first My review is based on the unabridged audio book that was narrated by Ron McLarty McLarty s voice characterizations are a little too similar for my liking but he does a great job with setting the scene by tone and infliction As a huge Baldacci fan I wasn t disappointed and I recommend this book to all thriller lovers

  9. Stephen Clynes says:

    Follow Oliver Stone in another adventure This time he is being hunted for the two murders he committed divine justice is another Camel Club novel, this time set in Divine, a small mining town in Virginia This book continues the brand but it can be read as a standalone novel as there is loads of back story about Oliver.You start reading divine justice and you wonder, why has Oliver stumbled across this or that It is because that detail will be used later in this story There are a small cast Follow Oliver Stone in another adventure This time he is being hunted for the two murders he committed divine justice is another Camel Club novel, this time set in Divine, a small mining town in Virginia This book continues the brand but it can be read as a standalone novel as there is loads of back story about Oliver.You start reading divine justice and you wonder, why has Oliver stumbled across this or that It is because that detail will be used later in this story There are a small cast of suspects involved in the darker side of Divine This novel is light reading and you know that our hero, Oliver, will turn out okay There is a steady progression with the plot of this book and it is a simple tale of circumstances The ending is okay and is just what you would expect.There is nothing radical about this book, it is just like a made for tv movie It is a run of the mill novel, not quite a thriller It is rather drab David Baldacci is a best selling author but his writing has become lazy This tale is sloppy and at one point Reuben has a puncture on his Indian motorcycle Not having a spare wheel with his sidecar, he wheels his outfit into Caleb s van Later on Reuben takes his motorcyle out of the van and rides happily away No puncture repair or tyre change had been done divine justice has 534 pages and was written in 2008 I took nothing away from this novel It was a disappointment This book is a poor read and I vote it only 2 stars I suggest you give it a MISS as divine justice is not one of David s best This was the last of David s paperbacks that I purchased a while ago and I will not be buying another David Baldacci seems to ride on his best selling status and does not bring anything new to the game

  10. Benjamin Thomas says:

    The fourth book in the Camel Club series picks up immediately after the cliffhanger events of book three Stone Cold Ex master assassin Oliver Stone aka John Carr struggles to survive the newly intensified manhunt launched because of his recently exercised vigilante justice from the previous novel by fleeing to the small coal mining town of Divine Much adventure ensues as he gets involved with happenings within Divine while the rest of the Camel Club gang attempts to garner aid A new charact The fourth book in the Camel Club series picks up immediately after the cliffhanger events of book three Stone Cold Ex master assassin Oliver Stone aka John Carr struggles to survive the newly intensified manhunt launched because of his recently exercised vigilante justice from the previous novel by fleeing to the small coal mining town of Divine Much adventure ensues as he gets involved with happenings within Divine while the rest of the Camel Club gang attempts to garner aid A new character is introduced in the form of CIA investigator and master tracker Joe Knox and I was very happy to see his character progression as he is tasked to find the elusive Oliver Stone.For fans of the Camel Club series, this is an important book in the overall story arc and much of Oliver s prehistory is uncovered and dealt with This almost reads like the final book in the series because so much is resolved, however, book five, Hell s Corner no doubt has stillto offer I do hope readers tackle this series in order because of the powerful overall story arcs that reach across all the books This book, like all Baldacci thrillers is a fast paced, easy to read, page turner that is pure energetic fun It does suffer from a convoluted plot and a few too many convenient coincidences that smack of less in depth writing than Baldacci is capable of but that, for me, was largely excused by having a good set of characters that I have come to really care about On to book number 5