Action-packed from the start, Hidden Order demonstrates yet again why Brad Thor is the "master of thrillers".
A string of high-profile kidnappings has Washington, D.C., in a frenzy. When the victims begin turning up dead, frenzy turns to panic. And when the ransom demand is finally made public, panic will turn to terror. In Brad Thor's riveting new thriller, the stakes have never been higher, nor the lines between good and evil so hard to discern.
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What have you done with Brad Thor?
This book was very pedantic. Brad Thor spent large sections of the first half of the book providing a selective history of the Federal Reserve. So first, reduce the teaching and move the plot along.
Second, the book was a veiled political treatise on Thor's libertarian leaning politics. The "dialogue" we long monologues talking down to the reader, "educating" us in Thor's belief system. Get rid of the political persuasion and give us some interesting dialogue.
It seems like Thor rushed this out as a political treatise in the guise of an action novel.
There wasn't much thought to the plot and character development and the dialogue was flat.
We didn't care about any of the characters.
It was like reading a political tract.
It was fine.
All of the political diatribe, much of the Fed history.
This was very disappointing; generally, I enjoy Thor's books.
I'm a huge Brad Thor fan and have enjoyed all his books but was left some what disappointed with this one. I felt the pace of this one was very slow and found myself speeding through parts. It was forever before there was some action.