I really enjoyed this book. You do have to pay attention to the historical details but typical Scot Harvath storyline except it takes place in the US and not 14 different countries. A little slower pace than previous ones but great plot. My only criticisms are I was a little disappointed in who one of the villains was and the final chapter should have been part of the storyline and not a speech by the president. Otherwise enjoyed it very much.
Armand Schultz still one of the best narrators, even if his Boston accent is a little to Kennedy-esque and over the top...still wicked-pissah!
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Love the story. I wanted to know how the economy faired when the president decided to let it stand or fall. This is a conspiracy and if happens in real life we are doomed.
All mysteries all the time, that's what I read. I joined Audible when I started having a long commute. Now I listen everywhere!
I did get a bit confused about who was doing what at times.
Learned some things about the Federal Reserve, leaving me even more disgusted and disillusioned with politicians, but that's nothing new.
Good reader, entertaining plot, I'd give it a solid 7 if this were a 10-pt scale.
Loved the development of Scott. I see his growth and change as a character. The story line was great and the ending was satisfactory.
The books truly make one ponder the possibility. Scary if it turns out to be based on fact, but it would not be surprising given the state of the world today.
I love the Harvath Series but all of the information about the Federal Reserve made the book rather cumbersome at points.
I still enjoyed it, and I look forward to the next one.
Business & Computing Strategist
Keeps you interested and moves fast but the Hidden Order is not any secret if you have ever read one newspaper. Looking forward to the next in the series.