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Hidden Order: A Thriller (The Scot Harvath Series, Band 13) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 20. Mai 2014

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[Brad Thor] and Harvath are the real deal, and you should accept no substitues. (BookReporter.com)

“One of Brad Thor’s best books to date.” (The Washington Post)

“[A] great, great thriller.” - (Rush Limbaugh)

“Rockin’ from cover to cover.” (Charlie Daniels)

“[A] must-read summer thriller.” (Townhall.com)

“HIDDEN ORDER …Freeeekin awesome!” (KCBR)

“One of the best writers you are ever going to read.” (WROK)

“…the thrills and detailed narrative combine to make Hidden Order a one-of-a-kind roller coaster run…” (The Blaze)

“A well thought out plot with a rollicking pace and would be a great summer beach read.” (E-Thriller.com)

“Thriller writer Brad Thor is awesome…You’ll want to take HIDDEN ORDER to the beach.” - (National Review)

“Brad Thor continues to write like nobody else writes…Ain’t nothing else like it!” (KCBQ) -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine andere Ausgabe: Audio CD.

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Brad Thor is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Foreign Agent, Code of ConductAct of WarHidden OrderBlack ListFull Black (one of Suspense Magazine’s best political thrillers of 2011), The Athena ProjectForeign Influence (one of Suspense Magazine’s best political thrillers of 2010), The ApostleThe Last Patriot (nominated best thriller of the year by the International Thriller Writers Association), The First CommandmentTakedownBlowback (recognized as one of the “Top 100 Killer Thrillers of All Time” by NPR), State of the UnionPath of the Assassin, and The Lions of Lucerne. Visit his website at BradThor.com.

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"For there are many insubordinate, both idle talkers and deceivers ...." -- Titus 1:10 (NKJV)

As much as I have enjoyed the prior Scot Harvath thrillers, A Hidden Order took me to a higher level of delight. Harvath is playing several new roles here as he represents the Federal Reserve in trying to save the lives of four people who have been kidnapped. This placement of Harvath in the story gives an outside-in perspective that breathes new life into the character. Further, much of the story takes place near by home ... in locations I know well. How could I fail to be delighted by a story with so much local content (at least for me)? Also, Harvath has to show he has a heart here ... something that makes any character more fun. Against that backdrop, there are crazy killers, bizarre crimes, symbolic acting out, and many misdirections. While the story certainly isn't perfect, it's just a great book to read in August on a warm evening as you listen to the crickets. There's a full moon now ... why not start tonight?
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A typical American book.Why don't the American heros have a minor flaw just to make the more likeable? No everyhing is superlative starting from looks to language.Evreything the hero takes in his hands turns out to be gold.And so it goes on.His friends no matter whether male or female are in the category superlative as well they exceeded in everything they had to do.The plot is good just the writing style.....No I prefer rather a Michal Connelly with his Bosch a man who is a real character with flaws and demons, in short a human being
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As always a blinder of a book from Brad Thor. A must read for all Scot harvath fans. It grabs you from the get go!!
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Hooked from the first few pages.
Excellent stuff and elucidating material about federal reserve gives this book atop notch Mark
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Confused, illogical Plotting 7. Juni 2014
Von Peter S. Lunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
Getting really tired with Brad Thor's incompetence. I've kinda liked Brad Thor early on, reading his books in order, but I now think he doesn't seem to know whether he wants to emulate Vince Flynn or John Sanford. This is easily Thor's worst book, from a grisly, poorly narrated murder mystery to a manipulation of the spy game. Where did his last girlfriend go? Why the endless discourse on the Federal Reserve? Why the constant repetition in all his novels about his father, his past, his Norseman name, etc? I'm starting to think Thor is a reasonably ok writer, but is also an ideologue like Glenn Beck who writes right wing thrillers to fuel for his millions of rabid followers and by now (large) bank account. Vince Flynn, far more gifted, always spun a wonderful, well-reasoned, logical plot around Mitch Rapp, his main character, who was consistently portrayed and believable. Thor is all over the landscape with his Scot Horvath tales. He needs better advice from friends or at least a better editor who can get him on track with his juvenile story telling. Back to creative writing 101. Even my students do better.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Aw man.... what just happened? 12. Dezember 2014
Von Josh B. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I'm a huge Harvath fan and have torn through his entire 13 book series in just over the last 3 months. This book was by far the biggest let down and it just happened to be the last one in the series for me ( i started on # 13 and that's how i found out about the series). It's like a poorly done Dan Brown novel....if you like a bunch of "who done it" mixed in with lots of history this is a good book for you. I certainly enjoy my share of those types of books but only when i know that's what i'm paying for. This book lacked the Terrorist bashing, edge of your seat action that got me to read the other 12 books! Check my other reviews and you will see i'm not an angry internet troll... just a disappointed fan!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Frightening, a sign of things to come 10. November 2013
Von Joseph Harris - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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WOW...everything you would never expect to see in a thriller and one of the most timely books I have ever read. Brad Thor has told a great story and weaved into it the perils the country faces as the Federal Reserve (as "Federal" as Federal Express) is not at all "Federal" and has no "Reserves" and will fight for its existence. Did it have a time and place? Yes, surely. But it has no regulatory agency oversight, arrogantly refuses or deflects from direct questions at hearings, and for years has benefited from those tossing out "Black Helicopter Loons" to dismiss it's critics when it has been discussed.

The Fed is a club. It was created in secret and it operates in secret ("Hidden Order delves into this in detail) with no intentions at all of being transparent or being reigned in. Instead of fixing the systemic issues it brought about from the years of easy money by Greenspan, this stooge Bernanke, along with Turbo-Tax Timmy, bailed out all their powerful friends. But don't let Bush off the hook as Hank Paulson, via the Goldman Sachs revolving door into Fed and Treasury policy, diverted the TARP funds to pay premiums for pure junk to their pals, not the American people who are still hurting.

This story has a few major story lines going on and (at least to me) more characters than usual. So while you're up at 2 AM reading this book make sure you pay attention to who is who because the person on page 150 might not be the person on page 152. Brad has never been one to shirk from taking the truth, mudstomping it, and then throwing it in our face. `Hidden Order' is no different and this time the Federal Reserve is the one on the Brad Thor guillotine.

I've always been of the mind that fiction authors write to entertain and non-fiction authors write to educate. But Brad has the enviable insane skill to accomplish both. If you think of yourself as pretty educated wait till you read this book you haven't seen nothing yet. If you have no clue about some of the TRUE Federal Reserve facts go and do a Google search they will frighten you.

In between the history lesson about the Federal Reserve and beloved Boston there is a lot of action and a very interesting story line between Harvath and another character. I say interesting because this interaction could have some deeper ramifications as this series moves on. I like how Brad has developed Harvath. I seriously don't think any other person could have done what Harvath did in this book.

Anyway, Brad can tell a story like nobody's business and you no choice but to enjoy the conflict between the alpha male and female, Harvath and Cordero. You'll wonder how you could admire (too strong a word?) the genius and creativity of the killers while you are given a history lesson you would NEVER learn in today's schools, all while apprehensively turning the pages because you really don't want to see how they slaughter the next person. But you can't help it. This type of voyeurism goes way beyond craning your neck to see an accident. This is craning your neck to see an accident all while crossing your fingers that there is another one around the corner.

It's a wonderful read and an informative read. Mr. Thor has been appearing on more shows than any author I have seen of late and this book should be a real eye-opener for those who thought we are on the right track because the train is speeding and barely holding the rails thanks to this clandestine group that tacks on more-and-more debt that even our grand children will be burdened by. The Fed needs to be stopped and this awareness Mr. Thor brings to the people in this thriller is a good start for the common man. I already have seen and fully understood the points in the book due to education and working on the street. Now the general public has an great read and an education to go with it. Thank you Mr. Thor. A job well done...kudos But watch your back because you are now on the Fed`s Sh..t list.
3.0 von 5 Sternen He has always been like Mitch Rapp of Vince Flynn 30. Januar 2017
Von Joseph J. Lisboa - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I am a huge Brad Thor's fan, but this book was by far the biggest letdown. Why? The book lacked the terrorists actions characteristics of Harvath. He has always been like Mitch Rapp of Vince Flynn, but in this book he lacked decision maker, a problem solver; rather, he followed whatever the local female cop was suggesting. He had a good social time in Boston, and as his boss, the "Old Man" was correct characterizing him as lack of executioner. I really love Thor's Harvath when he performs as a tactical operative, a cold killer like Rapp. The other problem with this book, it has too many characters doing different things that it was hard to follow and what they were trying to achieve, for example Ryan and McGee. I was confused.
At the end I did not know what they were doing, why, and who was the final culprit. And, Harvath was just having coffee latte with his police female friend. He could not pick a clue. For example, while he sat in the back seat of Sal's car, he did not figure out something was wrong with the drum next to his seat in the car. Frustrated, I did not read book epilogue and started reading a book of Vince Flynn. By all means, Brad Thor is a great fiction writer, and I know his next book will have 5 stars. I am looking forward to it.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Mr. Thor, really? 5. Februar 2014
Von Paulie M. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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If I wanted a detective story, i'd have picked a detective story. This book turns into a genre I don't think many techo-thriller/adventure readers would enjoy. Since when did Harvath go to detective school? The character and his work with Boston P.D. et al. did not make any sense at all? It simply did not work for me because of Harvath's past experience and what he does, he's a SEAL for Pete's sake, a stone cold killer, and tactical operator....not Sherlock Holmes (which I do like, by the way). This is why Mr. Thor's previous novels work...there are people he works for and with who know better than him when conducting, planning and executing operations...and the Harvath character works within that system to great effect. Please do better in the next book?
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