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"Talbot is a rising star worth following." 
-JEREMY ROBINSON, international bestselling author of more than fifty novels and novellas

"New World Orders will make you question everything you have ever been told by the system..it will suck you in from the very beginning and linger long in your thoughts after you finish the last page."
--JAMES MELZER,author of Hull's Landing

"A bureaucratic apocalyptic cover-up! Ed's mixture of real world politics and the possibility of what may come, keeps you captivated and wondering... what if?"
--EMERIAN RICH, author of Night's Knights

I lost a heck of a lot of sleep on this book. . .New World Orders is a must read.  I highly recommend it to all readers.
--A TURN OF PAGE

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  • File Size: 880 KB
  • Print Length: 306 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1456574272
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: February 9, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004N84VJG
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #131,758 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Edward G. Talbot is the pen name for the collaboration of two authors: Ed Parrot and Jason Derrig. They have created a brand of thriller that keeps the stakes high while not taking itself too seriously. How do two people write a book without killing each other? That's easy. They don't own any weapons and they stink at unarmed combat.

Books include:

New World Orders: a conspiracy thriller novel
2012: The Fifth World: a thriller novel
Alive From New York: a long thriller novella, Book One of The Terrorist Chronicles
Alive From America: a thriller novel, Book Two of The Terrorist Chronicles
A Horrifying Pair of Shorts: a collection of three Horror short stories
A Funny Pair of Shorts: a collection of three Humor short stories
Callsign: Rook: a thriller novella written in collaboration with Jeremy Robinson
Liberty: an action novella written in collaboration with David Wood

For the latest on Edward G. Talbot, check out their web site: edwardgtalbot.com

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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Kristyn Hammond on April 8, 2011
Format: Kindle Edition
I won't lie, New World Orders is not my usual reading. I'm somewhat stuck in the paranormal, paranormal romance, romantic comedy-type reading rut, but when offered the chance to read this book I jumped at the opportunity for three reasons: the synopsis was interesting, the author was very nice, and it had gotten some good reviews by people I respect -- like James Melzer. There was simply no way I could pass, after all, what was the worst that could happen, I could dislike it? Now that I'm done, I'm terribly glad that I stepped outside of my usual reading milieu; I don't think I could have enjoyed this book more.

It's very much a "what happens when political intrigue (and a "bad guy" that's quite likable, I think) meets ecological crisis." The plot's premise was interesting and well formulated, with no plot holes or loose ends. The characters are very well fleshed out, and quite unique, and I enjoyed seeing some rather famous personalities along the way (I won't say who, I'd hate to ruin the surprise!). The setting is well developed and quite easy to imagine, and the book's pace is almost break-neck. It moves quite quickly, but the pace has a way of sucking you in. It certainly kept me turning the page -- I lost a heck of a lot of sleep on this book!

One of the most impressive things, however, was how theatrical this book was. I could imagine the whole thing, playing out in my mind in perfect detail, like a movie plays out on the screen. It's that visually stimulating. The writing is so crisp and well edited, and the e-book is so well formated, that no distraction from the story occurs along the way. The prose flow naturally, from one point to the next, in a very clear and followable way.

New World Orders is a must read, I highly recommend it to all readers, and at only .99¢ it's an absolute steal!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By D. Johnson on February 17, 2011
Format: Kindle Edition
Having listened to this in audio format prior to it becoming an e-book, I must say that this is quite a gripping story. I did not wish to pry myself away to deal with work that couldn't keep me at my desk! Their take on the governmental structure and conspiracy hits a little too close to home, and by the end makes you start to question whether these things could happen. Well worth the time spent reading/listening to it!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By M. Junk on February 26, 2011
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Fantastic conspiracy novel. This book pushed all the right buttons for me; I love a good conspiracy. Fast paced and a great read!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By CandysRaves (and Rants) VINE VOICE on March 28, 2011
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If you were to cross a rich man who has managed to get his fingers into nearly all facets of the government, research and more with the coming end of the world, you'd get New World Orders by Edward Talbot. This intriguing novel of science fiction and government cover up is not only fast-paced, but very well written. I blazed through this one in just a few days and lost quite a few hours of sleep staying up late to find out "what's next".

The books is very well polished. There is no confusing dialog and I didn't see any glaring issues with the timeline or grammar. If the author had not contacted me with a gift copy of this book, I would not never guessed it was independently published. Well done, Mr. Talbot.

Where this books shines and shines brightly is in character development. By the end of this novel, I felt like I knew Jack and why he was driven. All of the characters have such rich personalities, yet each very distinctive. None of them ran together for me. I also liked that while this appears to be a first in a planned series, it was a complete story. No big cliffhangers, but just enough of a tease to make me look forward to reading the next one.

The only real problem I had with this book was how the fast forward of time occurred. While the author handled it well, it felt a little too "dumped". Like "okay, let's stop here and just pick right up - the readers will have to fend for themselves." However, I'm not sure if it was entirely a bad thing because it did make the big shock an even bigger shocker. I'm a bit torn on that one.

Overall, I love conspiracy theories and while this one was a bit far-fetched (too far reaching), I am still half convinced it's true ;)

I would recommend this book to those who like a good suspense reader as well as light SciFi fans.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mary E. Young on April 3, 2011
Format: Paperback
In the 1960's a group of wealthy and powerful men decide to form a secret organization. The organization has determined that it is too late to stop global warming from destroying the planet. As such, their goal is to develop the technology and gather a group of genetically superior individuals to abandon earth and seek a new existance elsewhere. In the 1980's Jack Crowley, a tabloid journalist, begins to uncover the conspiracy.

This book was very interesting and intriguing at first. However, I became a bit frustrated as the characters stopped investigating and allowed 10 years to pass before seeking more information. When this happened a second time, I was ready to stop reading the book. However, it was well written, easy to read and quite enjoyable overall.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A DeWitt on August 13, 2013
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I have read hundreds of books during my 46 years on this earth, and New World Orders by Edward G. Talbot is on my "must read this book again" list...which should speak for itself since I have re-read only ten books out of the hundreds that I have read before.

I simply loved the way the books' Prologue and Epilogue worked to wrap the pages inbetween into a wonderful cocoon of intense reading. The characters had depth, humor and were "real". I found the concept of New World Orders ingenious and enthralling.

I am eagely anticipating the sequel to New world Orders...don't take too long, Mr. Talbot. :)
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