A San Diego mayor becomes the only man who can lead humanity to revolutionize and change the fate of 197 nations after winning an unexpected lottery and investing in a secret fortress. As he experiences a wild journey of emotions, information, and mind-altering encounters, he works alongside academics, professionals, and other-worldly creatures who are interested in his research facility, to come up with a plan to save humanity. Mr. Unistar, the extraterrestrial being, exchanges a thumb drive containing life-changing information that could impact the entire world and direct the mayor’s responsibilities toward a greater cause. Why did Mr. Unistar choose the mayor? How will he carry the weight of responsibility of the entire world? Is he equipped to lead humanity to betterment and salvation?
The World Order: One Man's Journey by Harry L. Jensen takes readers on a series of exciting adventures while giving them an in-depth look into the galactic world. Each character is meticulously built to fit the scenarios and complements the storyline perfectly. The book covers a wide range of topics including physics, IT, military science, and politics. The author has broken down complex information and excluded profanity from the book to make it an appropriate read for audiences of all ages.
Reading from the protagonist’s perspective was refreshing as it gave insights about how a person with deep emotional intelligence, technical expertise, and incomparable memory deals with unprecedented events. Overall, The World Order: One Man's Journey is mental nourishment for science fiction lovers and those who enjoy an enlightening narrative. This book is a prime example of what science fiction books should incorporate to make for a compelling read. The strategic decisions made by those in leadership positions present a learning ground for all of us. Apart from the dazzling prose and the exceptionally written characters, the world-building is impeccable, a seamless and intricate weaving of detailed threads to create a wonderful tapestry. It is a page-turner, and one that rouses dormant thoughts!