The New World Order is an impressing reading experience. It’s hard to put a label on the book. Some parts are like reading a very exciting adventure novel, but other parts are like reading non-fiction. It is like reading a cross-over between Dan Brown and Erich von Däniken.
But the story is fascinating and especially the first part invites to read at a stretch. Even though some things asks some knowledge and concentration from the reader. Or the will to learn and do some research yourself and to expand your knowledge. On the other hand some parts are almost educating without disturbing the reading experience. The part of the seasailing is very convincing and natural written. I didn’t have any knowledge about sailing, but I learned a lot of it by reading this book.
Mystery, adventure, ideology are the keywords for this story.
But most of all it is not a book that you leave behind after turning the last page. It offers so much food for thought, about the world, about your own position in the world. That makes it more than a simple novel, it is a memorable reading experience.