A Book Club Guest Review of Code Name Camelot

Code Name Camelot (Noah Wolf Book 1)
By: David Archer
Reviewer Rating: Four out of fives stars
Best for: 16 and up

If you like Bourne…
Review by Julie Hilton

…and lots of details. Hard to tell about this one without giving away some serious storyline, but it’s basically about a guy named Noah with PTSD and feels no emotion, none. He joins a super secret military group and becomes the world’s best assassin.

It seems to have gotten terrible reviews but I enjoyed it and want to read the next. Evidently there is a prequel which I have not read yet.

Hated: it could use better editing. This generally bothers me a lot but it didn’t so much in this one.
Loved: the whole premise of someone who has such an interesting neurodiversity, whether real or not, challenged by thought processes! And what would you be like if you truly could feel nothing? Would it be a positive or negative overall? Plus, I just like this kind of book…

Violence, sexual innuendo, and language that seemed to fit the incidents in which it occurred. I’d prefer my kids to be 14-16 plus

Get your copy here!

Happy Reading!

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