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Have you heard of the New World Order? Neither had FBI Special Agent Tristan Wood. **Awards** 2013 Novel Rocket Thriller Winner, 2013 National Excellence Finalist, 2013 International Book Finalist, 2012 USA Best Book Finalist, 2012 New England Book Honorable Mention, IBPA Ben Franklin Silver for Cover/Art Tristan Wood is a young Special Agent in Washington, DC, tracking Have you heard of the New World Order? Neither had FBI Special Agent Tristan Wood. **Awards** 2013 Novel Rocket Thriller Winner, 2013 National Excellence Finalist, 2013 International Book Finalist, 2012 USA Best Book Finalist, 2012 New England Book Honorable Mention, IBPA Ben Franklin Silver for Cover/Art Tristan Wood is a young Special Agent in Washington, DC, tracking down an elusive accomplice to an assassination attempt on the President, when his FBI partner is shot while allegedly spying for the Russians. Recovering his flash drive, Tristan discovers a mysterious video called “Tidal Wave 23” showing a Russian nuclear strike planned for July 4th, America's Independence Day. Convincing his late partner’s father, Sebastian Graves, to come out of retirement and rejoin the Bureau, they discover the catalyst to nuclear war is a false flag bombing of the Russian embassies. As he learns about the New World Order plan to bring down America, Tristan must fight an uphill battle to save his wife, his new FBI partner, and expose those behind the plot. But as Putin’s new Russian Soviet Socialist Republic prepares to launch its missiles, can he stop a centuries-old conspiracy planned by the richest and most powerful people on the planet? Award winning author Thomas J. Ryan has created an entirely new genre; The New World Order Thriller. Fans of James Rollins, Tom Clancy, Brad Thor, Brad Meltzer, and John le Carre, will enjoy this blend of conspiracy facts in a fast-paced thriller. Writer’s Digest – “Tidal Wave 23 … is a bone-chilling tale that will leave readers begging for more. This book should be required reading for anyone, particularly those who accept the status quo. It will totally rattle their comfort zone. The story starts at a good point, with vivid description that gives readers the feeling of being there. The characters are all well drawn, and dialogue rings true to each person talking.” Dedicated to Alex Jones and his team, this book is a great read for Inforwarriors as well as those they are helping to unplug from the propaganda matrix. False Flags, DUMB Bases, Operation Northwoods, Police State, Federal Reserve, Tidal Wave 21, Underwear Bomber, Eugenics, Gulf War Syndrome, Vaccines, Public Water Fluoridation, Slow Kill Population Control, Georgia Guidestones, Agenda 21, Gulf of Tonkin, 9/11, FEMA Camps, Bilderberg Group, Public Schools, Oklahoma City, PDD-60, Military Industrial Complex, Freemasons, the Illuminati, and more.


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Have you heard of the New World Order? Neither had FBI Special Agent Tristan Wood. **Awards** 2013 Novel Rocket Thriller Winner, 2013 National Excellence Finalist, 2013 International Book Finalist, 2012 USA Best Book Finalist, 2012 New England Book Honorable Mention, IBPA Ben Franklin Silver for Cover/Art Tristan Wood is a young Special Agent in Washington, DC, tracking Have you heard of the New World Order? Neither had FBI Special Agent Tristan Wood. **Awards** 2013 Novel Rocket Thriller Winner, 2013 National Excellence Finalist, 2013 International Book Finalist, 2012 USA Best Book Finalist, 2012 New England Book Honorable Mention, IBPA Ben Franklin Silver for Cover/Art Tristan Wood is a young Special Agent in Washington, DC, tracking down an elusive accomplice to an assassination attempt on the President, when his FBI partner is shot while allegedly spying for the Russians. Recovering his flash drive, Tristan discovers a mysterious video called “Tidal Wave 23” showing a Russian nuclear strike planned for July 4th, America's Independence Day. Convincing his late partner’s father, Sebastian Graves, to come out of retirement and rejoin the Bureau, they discover the catalyst to nuclear war is a false flag bombing of the Russian embassies. As he learns about the New World Order plan to bring down America, Tristan must fight an uphill battle to save his wife, his new FBI partner, and expose those behind the plot. But as Putin’s new Russian Soviet Socialist Republic prepares to launch its missiles, can he stop a centuries-old conspiracy planned by the richest and most powerful people on the planet? Award winning author Thomas J. Ryan has created an entirely new genre; The New World Order Thriller. Fans of James Rollins, Tom Clancy, Brad Thor, Brad Meltzer, and John le Carre, will enjoy this blend of conspiracy facts in a fast-paced thriller. Writer’s Digest – “Tidal Wave 23 … is a bone-chilling tale that will leave readers begging for more. This book should be required reading for anyone, particularly those who accept the status quo. It will totally rattle their comfort zone. The story starts at a good point, with vivid description that gives readers the feeling of being there. The characters are all well drawn, and dialogue rings true to each person talking.” Dedicated to Alex Jones and his team, this book is a great read for Inforwarriors as well as those they are helping to unplug from the propaganda matrix. False Flags, DUMB Bases, Operation Northwoods, Police State, Federal Reserve, Tidal Wave 21, Underwear Bomber, Eugenics, Gulf War Syndrome, Vaccines, Public Water Fluoridation, Slow Kill Population Control, Georgia Guidestones, Agenda 21, Gulf of Tonkin, 9/11, FEMA Camps, Bilderberg Group, Public Schools, Oklahoma City, PDD-60, Military Industrial Complex, Freemasons, the Illuminati, and more.

30 review for Tidal Wave 23: A New World Order Thriller

  1. 5 out of 5

    Carrie

    InfoWars propaganda thinly disguised as a thriller. Most of the book is characters heavy-handily regurgitating the theories of Alex Jones in their dialogue and what plot there is mainly serves to give more opportunities for them to expound further. A little more (well, a lot more) subtlety on the propaganda, this could have been a decent enough book on the thriller end of things. The descriptions of a broken America are well rendered, and, although the book was written in the Obama era, reading InfoWars propaganda thinly disguised as a thriller. Most of the book is characters heavy-handily regurgitating the theories of Alex Jones in their dialogue and what plot there is mainly serves to give more opportunities for them to expound further. A little more (well, a lot more) subtlety on the propaganda, this could have been a decent enough book on the thriller end of things. The descriptions of a broken America are well rendered, and, although the book was written in the Obama era, reading it now with Trump in the background makes it more interesting as a bit of a game of connecting dots. The problem was most of the book was like reading a lecture. Not how I want to spend my time. Picked it up free with Kindle Unlimited.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Peter WOOD

    I read this book pretty quick which normally says that is must be good. My rating is harsh because of the depressing subject matter. Why is America so much into conspiracy theories. It is so well written that the reader cannot fail to almost believe the inevitable. I will be looking out for the next instalment, so I suppose I am recommending it really. Still dislike this level of big brother (so there's hope for me then).

  3. 5 out of 5

    Alison

    Tidal Wave 23 had an awesome cover design that definitely makes you want to pull it off the shelf and read it. The story, though, left me frustrated by the end of the read. The author believes in a “New World Order” and he makes sure to put in every belief he has about it in his book, to the point where it takes away from the actual story. I feel the author spent so much time on wanting to spread his beliefs about this “New World Order” that he neglected to build up his characters and develop dra Tidal Wave 23 had an awesome cover design that definitely makes you want to pull it off the shelf and read it. The story, though, left me frustrated by the end of the read. The author believes in a “New World Order” and he makes sure to put in every belief he has about it in his book, to the point where it takes away from the actual story. I feel the author spent so much time on wanting to spread his beliefs about this “New World Order” that he neglected to build up his characters and develop dramatic situations that happen in the book which the author just passes by. I also felt that the stories dramatic scenes were jumpy and incomplete. One of the most frustrating parts of this book was his writings on how his FBI agents worked. He wrote them more like two rogue cops, not two special agents. A retired agent wouldn’t be taken back on because a senator asked them to—especially if his son was a Russian informant—, an agent who is explained as a great American wouldn’t withhold evidence from his superiors, and he wouldn’t be let back on to work after having a partner that was turned Russian spy without being investigated.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jill

    There is a new world order that is threatening the safety of the United States. Special Agent Tristan Wood recovers his flash drive when his partner is arrested for spying. To his surprise there is a new file containing a video showing a Russian nuclear strike. Wood puts his family in danger as he tries to discover if Tidal Wave 23 is a real plot or just some old movie. Conspiracy theories come to life.

  5. 5 out of 5

    kathleen sverdrup

    Which book follows? Hard to get into. Tough topic. Scary times we live in. Would not surprise me. I don't believe the deceiver wins. Money can't buy happiness, and the elite won't be taking it with them. We will all stand in judgment. I am thankful not to have to wear their shoes. A must read. Let me know what is next. Thank you.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Chris Yorgason

    Enjoyable book. I am not sure if I have totally bought into the New World Order (I will admit some of it does sound a little too conspiracy theory-ish), but the read was enjoyable. A good clean book, good action, good suspense and a little scary at the same time.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Malcolm Macleod

  8. 5 out of 5

    Michael Harrison

  9. 4 out of 5

    Nadia McIntosh

  10. 5 out of 5

    sam bentley

  11. 4 out of 5

    Netta Smith

  12. 5 out of 5

    Tam Mclelland

  13. 4 out of 5

    Donald Charles Salter

  14. 5 out of 5

    Jude Leach

  15. 4 out of 5

    Nancy L. Gandolfo

  16. 4 out of 5

    Robert Dale

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kathleen F. Lewis

  18. 5 out of 5

    Geoffrey Marsh

  19. 5 out of 5

    Marcia

  20. 4 out of 5

    avid reader

  21. 5 out of 5

    Geoff Harper

  22. 4 out of 5

    Gerry Rayner

  23. 4 out of 5

    Bernard Little

  24. 4 out of 5

    April

  25. 4 out of 5

    Tom

  26. 4 out of 5

    Richard A. Parsons

  27. 5 out of 5

    jonah

  28. 5 out of 5

    charles hill

  29. 4 out of 5

    David Tarasevich

  30. 4 out of 5

    simon david lloyd

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