Hidden Order - Brad Thor

Hidden Order

By Brad Thor

  • Release Date: 2013-07-09
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4
From 2,111 Ratings


#1 New York Times and #1 Wall Street Journal bestselling author Brad Thor returns with his hottest and most action-packed thriller yet!

The most secretive organization in America operates without accountability to the American people. Hiding in the shadows, pretending to be part of the United States Government, its power is beyond measure.

Control of this organization has just been lost and the future of the nation has been thrust into peril.

When the five candidates being considered to head this mysterious agency suddenly go missing, covert counter-terrorism operative, Scot Harvath is summoned to Washington and set loose on the most dangerous chase ever to play out on American soil.

But as the candidates begin turning up murdered, the chase becomes an all-too-public spectacle with every indicator suggesting that the plot has its roots in a shadowy American cabal founded in the 1700s.

With the United States on the verge of collapse, Harvath must untangle a web of conspiracy centuries in the making and head off the greatest threat America has ever seen.

This is thriller writing at its absolute best where the stakes have never been higher, nor the line between good and evil so hard to discern.


  • Intertwined plot lines

    By CareerMoves
    Great job of connecting the plot lines.
  • Good Novel.

    By Nike Athlete
    I liked this. Did Thor write this? It does not seem like him and a previous reviewer mentioned the same thing. The only issue is we “wrap it up” in a few pages near the end. That’s what I get mad at. It’s a good story but there are parts that need to be fleshed out more. It can be longer. We are okay with that.
  • Killer Action (spoilers)

    By ANProctor
    This one had an intense sequences of action throughout especially when Betsy had the suicide vest on. I was at the edge of my seat with that one! I did feel like the secondary storyline with Ryan and McGee was not necessary and it would have been a lot smoother with just Harvath’s story with Cordero. I did not at all suspect Sal being the antagonist either so that part was very well hidden. I would have liked more of a dialogue with him and he would have definitely been hidden BTS even better. I started to suspect him being the bad guy when he just disappeared for a few chapters and didn’t reappear until the murders took place. If that were a movie, it would’ve been a dead giveaway. But in a novel format it fit well together. The story was great and I loved the history in this one, just wished it had been focused more on Harvath’s story and not on Ryan as much. I believe Thor could have tied Durkin in a different way that would give his story up as the overall antagonist, but it is what it is and it worked out fine. Great one Thor!
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  • Hidden Order

    By WebGear2
    Do not read.
  • Omg

    By Jcole1020
    I read this book while being discharged from the army. At first I was only trying to pass time but by page 2 I was hooked. This book made me a reader and all of the thriller books are amazing
  • Hidden Order

    By Nemst
    I was an absolute addict of all Vince Flynn's novels and after his death I was devastated and floundering in confusion as to how I was going to substitute my reading. A brother recommended Brad Thor. After reading Hidden Order I am hooked again. Thank you!
  • Boston

    By LC Moose
    Enjoyed the historical aspects.
  • Great book. Well researched

    By clearwaterdreamer
    This was a thriller thar hits too close to home. All though some will not accept it, almost everything in here was historically accurate. I know it is fiction but this could very easily be a true story.
  • Black List

    By Leibo11