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.
©2013 Brad Thor (P)2013 Simon & Schuster Audio
I have not been happy with Brad Thor on his last several books so it is nice to see him back on point. Path of the Assassin might be my favorite book of all time so I love the Horvath series but it was just going sideways. This one is back to being a current headline.
I've petered out on Brad Thor after the Athena affair, tried one more time and found this one better. Though I did have to check a few times to be sure this was not written by Ron Paul.
Cunning, exciting, surprising
Lara, new character very well written
There are definitely parts that make me chuckle. I get his sense of humor.
Brad writes very cognizant and contemporary books. Hidden Order is no exception and may even be a glimpse forward.
Just love listing to audiobooks. Some of my favorite authors are Vince Flynn and Brad Thor
This buy far one of my favorite Scott Harvath books. This is one of the first books that I have acutely did a little of my own Research on. And after listing to it I became a little bite more smarter. If this is your first Brad Thor book, then it's a good one to start with.
I started listening to audiobooks only about a year ago. I was never a big reader. I read several of the Mitch Rapp books, and I loved them. But- I'm the type who gets into a story and can't put it down. I was reading well into my sleeping hours because I work at least 12 hours a day, and the only chance I had to read was when I needed to sleep. I started listening to the Mitch Rapp books. It was perfect for me. I sped through the series. I tried some other series. I liked them, but they weren't even close to Rapp. I listened through the entire Rapp series again. I tried a few new series.... and then I found Brad Thor's character: Scot Harvath. I'm not finished with the series, but the first twelve Harvath books have entertained me in a way I had been hoping for since finishing the Rapp series a second time. I'm excited about following the rest of Harvath's story, and I'm only worried about when it's done. Will I be able to find a book series that can follow Rapp and Harvath?!
Thrilling, revealing, ending could be stronger. I thought it unraveled really quickly. Great voice performance on each of the characters.
having written the entire book about events in Boston it made the book not as exciting as the other ones however I still loved the book
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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