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Code Name Camelot (Noah Wolf Book 1) Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B0798TJ385
- Language : English
- File size : 701 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 264 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 159,498 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I was hooked on the story line and finished the book in two sittings.
There is an opening for the story to continue which would be great for a couple more adventures for Team Camelot.
I would thoroughly recommend this to any one who likes a book that is not full of fowl language and steamy unnecessary sex scenes. It was good to be able to leave those scenes to the reader's imagination rather than wasted space in an otherwise good book.
A really enjoyable read!
Thank you David.
Overall, quite enjoyed the story, it did surprise me (I was expecting a little bit different, and was happy to be proved wrong). I will now go through the rest of the Noah Wolf series hoping that the level of intrigue continues.
I sometimes struggle with assassin themed books, example I love Mitch Rapp but I dislike Will Robbie. So it was with trepidation I downloaded the book and $0.00 price made it with the punt. Noah is an interesting character and the PTSD that left him with zero emotions, no anger, no joy, he basically has learnt to pretend emotions to survive and yet his personality and charm shine through in this book which is an amazing piece of creative writing. His team are all interesting characters and it will be fun watching them develop.
The reason for 4 stars is simply the characters are all new and it will need a few books to develop. I suspect book 4 will be the turning point for Noah and 5 stars.
Top reviews from other countries
More plausible characters but not sure I like them as much, maybe I quite like the impossibility good character Sam Prichard.
Noah Wolf is a totally different character, more ruthless and focussed. He is supposed to be devoid of feelings but his character obviously has a caring side shown by his artificial but totally believable smiles he thinks he should smile to people.
Noah is an under the radar government agent that appears to not be on the books but clearly is as are the clever and able members of his small team and members of similar teams.
He is dispatched on a job with very little preparation time but he carries out his duties with absolute perfection.