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A plan to destroy America, a hundred years in the making, is about to be unleashed . . . can it be stopped?

There is a powerful technique called the Overton Window that can shape our lives, our laws, and our future. It works by manipulating public perception so that ideas previously thought of as radical begin to seem acceptable over time. Move the Window and you change the debate. Change the debate and you change the country.

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Overview

A plan to destroy America, a hundred years in the making, is about to be unleashed . . . can it be stopped?

There is a powerful technique called the Overton Window that can shape our lives, our laws, and our future. It works by manipulating public perception so that ideas previously thought of as radical begin to seem acceptable over time. Move the Window and you change the debate. Change the debate and you change the country.

For Noah Gardner, a twentysomething public relations executive, it’s safe to say that political theory is the furthest thing from his mind. Smart, single, handsome, and insulated from the world’s problems by the wealth and power of his father, Noah is far more concerned about the future of his social life than the future of his country.

But all of that changes when Noah meets Molly Ross, a woman who is consumed by the knowledge that the America we know is about to be lost forever. She and her group of patriots have vowed to remember the past and fight for the future—but Noah, convinced they’re just misguided conspiracy-theorists, isn’t interested in lending his considerable skills to their cause.

And then the world changes.

An unprecedented attack on U.S. soil shakes the country to the core and puts into motion a frightening plan, decades in the making, to transform America and demonize all those who stand in the way. Amidst the chaos, many don’t know the difference between conspiracy theory and conspiracy fact—or, more important, which side to fight for.

But for Noah, the choice is clear: Exposing the plan, and revealing the conspirators behind it, is the only way to save both the woman he loves and the individual freedoms he once took for granted.

After five back-to-back #1 New York Times bestsellers, national radio and Fox News television host Glenn Beck has delivered a ripped-from-the-headlines thriller that seamlessly weaves together American history, frightening facts about our present condition, and a heart-stopping plot. The Overton Window will educate, enlighten, and, most important, entertain—with twists and revelations
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This novel by conservative pundit Glenn Beck centers its concatenations firmly around the Overton Window. What, you wonder, is the Overton Window? It is the political theory that proposes that the range of acceptable political ideas is widened by the introduction of new, less acceptable fringe ideas. Not surprisingly, this hypothesis plays out entertainingly in this fringe-decorated fiction. (Hand-selling tip: Pile it high; watch it fly. Glenn Beck always sells well.)

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"Glenn Beck has just shattered the fiction barrier. The Overton Window is the perfect all-American thriller."

—Brad Thor, #1 New York Times bestselling author

"A novel ripped from today's headlines and destined to be as controversial as it is eye-opening. No matter your politics, this Hitchcockian thriller will have you turning pages well into the night."

—James Rollins, New York Times bestselling author

"A visionary work of fiction. One of the best thrillers I've read in years."

—Vince Flynn, New York Times bestselling author

"Glenn Beck never fails to amaze. The Overton Window, a rip-roaring read of the first order, is as good a political thriller as you're going to find this year."

—Nelson DeMille, New York Times bestselling author

“From the moment you open Glenn Beck's The Overton Window, you are looking through his eyes — and like the best thriller writers out there, Glenn knows that the very best way to scare us is to show us what can really happen. Get ready to sleep with the lights on. This is the one. You'll never look at history the same way again.” –#1 NYT bestselling author Brad Meltzer

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781439184301
  • Publisher: Threshold Editions
  • Publication date: 6/15/2010
  • Pages: 336
  • Product dimensions: 6.30 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.30 (d)

Meet the Author

Glenn Beck

Glenn Beck, the nationally syndicated radio host and founder of TheBlaze television network, is an eleven-time #1 bestselling author and is one of the few authors in history to have had #1 national bestsellers in the fiction, nonfiction, self-help, and children’s picture book genres. His recent fiction works include the thrillers Agenda 21, The Overton Window, and its sequel, The Eye of Moloch; his many nonfiction titles include Miracles and Massacres, Control, and Being George Washington. For more information about Glenn Beck, his books, and TheBlaze TV network, visit GlennBeck.com and TheBlaze.com.

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The Overton Window


By Glenn Beck

Threshold Editions

Copyright © 2010 Glenn Beck
All right reserved.

ISBN: 9781439184301

CHAPTER 1
 

Most people think about age and experience in terms of years, but it's really only moments that define us. We stay mostly the same and then grow up suddenly, at the turning points.

His life being pretty sweet just as it was, Noah Gardner had devoted a great deal of effort in his first twenty-something years to avoiding such defining moments at all costs.

Not that his time had gone entirely wasted. Far from it. For one thing, he'd spent a full decade building what most guys would call an outstanding record of success with the ladies. Good-looking, great job, fine education, puckishly amusing and even clever when he put his mind to it, reasonably fit and trim for an office jockey, Noah had all the bona fide credentials for a killer eHarmony profile. Since freshman year at NYU he'd rarely spent a weekend night alone; all he'd had to do was keep the bar for an evening's companionship set at only medium-high.

As he'd rounded the corner of age twenty-seven and stared the dreaded number thirty right in the face, Noah had begun to realize something about that medium-high bar: it takes two to tango. While he'd been aiming low with his standards in the game of love, the women he'd been meeting might all have been doing exactly the same thing. Now, on his twenty-eighth birthday, he still wasn't sure what he wanted in a woman but he knew what he didn't want: arm candy. He was sick of it. Maybe, just maybe, it was time to consider thinking about getting serious.

It was in the midst of these deep ruminations on life and love that the woman of his dreams first caught his eye.

There was nothing remotely romantic about the surroundings or the situation. She was standing on tiptoe, reaching up high to pin a red, white, and blue flier onto a patch of open cork on the company bulletin board. And he was watching, frozen in time between the second and third digits of his afternoon selection at the snack machine.

Top psychologists tell us in Maxim magazine that the all-important first impression is set in stone within about ten seconds. That might not sound like much, but when you count it off it's a long damn time for a guy to stare uninvited at a female coworker. By the four-second mark Noah had made three observations.

First, she was hot, but it was an aloof and effortless hotness that almost double-dared you to bring it up. Second, she wasn't permanent staff, probably just working as a seasonal temp in the mailroom or another high-turnover department. And third, even in that lowly position, she wasn't going to survive very long at Doyle & Merchant.

They say you should dress for the job you want, not the job you have. That's especially true in the public relations business, considering that that's where appearance is reality. Apparently the job this girl wanted was head greeter at the Grateful Dead Cultural Preservation Society. But that wasn't quite right; she didn't strike him as a wannabe hipster or a retro-sixties flower child. It was more than the clothes, it was the whole picture, the way she carried herself, like a genuine free spirit. An appealing vibe, to be sure, but there was really no place for that sort of thing—neither the outfit nor the attitude—in the buttoned-up world of top-shelf New York City PR.

At about five seconds into his first impression, something else about her struck him, and he completely lost track of time.

What struck him was a word, or, more precisely, the meaning of a word: line. More powerful than any other element of design, a line is the living soul of a piece of art. It's the reason a simple logo can be worth tens of millions of dollars to a corporation. It's the thing that makes you believe that a certain car, or a pair of sunglasses, or the cut of a jacket can make you into the person you want to be.

The definition he'd received from an artist friend was rendered not in words but in a picture. Just seven light strokes of a felt-tip marker on a blank white page and before his eyes had appeared the purest essence of a woman. There was nothing lewd about it, but it was the sexiest drawing Noah had ever seen in his life.

And that is what struck him. There it was at the bulletin board, that same exquisite line, from the toes of her sandals all the long, lovely way up to her fingertips. Unlikely as it must seem, he knew right then that he was in love.

© 2009 Glenn Beck

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  • Posted August 11, 2010

    Meh...

    Bigger fan of Glenn Beck the TV / radio personality than this book. While a fairly compelling plot, at times it moves along fairly slowly. I think my biggest problem with it is that at some points it oozes cheesiness and camp. The plug for Beck's "Faith, Hope, Charity" campaign is an example of this, as well as the protagonist's romantic interest. It is well researched and strongly supported throughout. Beck has a fine team working for him, without a doubt.

    While I do espouse the beliefs of limiting government and keeping an eye open to its misbehavior and incompetence, and generally I agree with the author on numerous subjects of discourse, I think that novel-writing is not necessarily Beck's forte. He does better by letting facts speak for themselves... in cases such as these, truth does a better job than fiction at revealing how crazy we've let our country get.

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 29, 2010

    Amazing!

    It was hard for me to book this book down! It is full of great NON-FICTION "easter eggs" buried in the text. The storyline is very familiar, and I felt the main characters represent two factions of our nation. Beck did a wonderful job putting this together!

    5 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 28, 2010

    It is a Beck book, either you will love it or hate it!

    If you like Glen's other books you should like this one. People who get all up in arms about Beck havening crazy conspiracy ideas won't like this book. It is Beck, it reads like it is from Beck. Sometimes the facts (which are mostly true) seem to take away from the story (kind of seems like the Beck show interrupts the book from time to time.) I think Beck was a little too eager to put real facts in sometimes, instead of telling a story.
    The entire book is well thought out with a good plot. It will keep you wanting to know more after the first few chapters or so. I like Beck and I like the book. However, I would not recommend it to friends that are not in to politics (even though I think they need to read it most.)

    5 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 27, 2010

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    A Good First Entry In The Genre

    I purchased this in unabridged audiobook since I am a truck driver. I enjoyed the atmosphere created by the speaker. It gave a feeling of being in the action. As for the story itself, it was well done for a first attempt in thriller writing. Regardless of your opinion of Glenn Beck, it's a good book to escape into. No, he's not Clive Cussler or James Patterson. But look back at their first offerings and you see the growth in those authors given time and trial-by-error. Strictly from the view of an avid reader of most anything, I enjoyed the book. It held my interest, made me curious, and got me thinking. All things a good story should do. There will be those who hate it because of who the author is and his political views but if they honestly read the book, it's not all bad.

    5 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 1, 2010

    Disappointing

    The first two chapters promised an exciting political thriller.
    The rest of the book negated that promise.
    Beck had an exciting idea but wasn't able to develop characters and keep the plot moving.

    4 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 30, 2010

    Great read

    Had a difficult time putting it down, and sleeping after putting it down.

    4 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 25, 2010

    Great Read

    Interesting, thought provoking, well written, timely. I loved reading it on my "Nook" and will buy a hard cover edition for our library.

    4 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 13, 2010

    Glenn Beck should stick to television...

    I was excited to read the plot summary and thought this would be an interesting read....'lo and behold, I am utterly disappointed. The writing is trite, predictable, and leaves me with as much enthusiasm as an 8th grade English teacher grading Creative Writing assignments.

    The characters were cliche embodiments and I actually skipped large sums of pages of pure rhetoric and historical quotes disguised as dialogue....no, literally, I kept forwarding the pages of my Nook because I was sick of reading inordinate streams of writings from past historical figures that Beck actually wanted us to believe were substantive monologues from main characters.

    I won't even get to the ending...this book sucked and was ridiculous. I want my money back.

    3 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 24, 2010

    Excellent reading

    It was hard to believe that I wasn't reliving the 1960s and 70s. For a fictional book, this book has areas that are fact based and definitely not ones to be repeated. The story is easily read and attention getting. It can easily be read in a weekend.

    3 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 5, 2010

    Very good read.

    Even though it is based in fiction, there are many points or scenarios that play out every day in our society. Like Beck said "Don't just trust me, do the research yourself". Probably not as good as a Tom Clancy thriller, but a good shot for an author who publishes mostly non-fiction material. The plot keeps you coming back for more, my only wish is that they would have continued the story a little bit further. This was probably on purpose to put out another book which I will gladly read.

    3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 30, 2010

    Great Read

    Beck does a great job of spinning a good fictional tale using current and recent events and weaving them into a tapestry. I'm a big Glenn Beck fan and this is a great platform for him to support his point of view. Overall is a great read and a very welcome break from my regular serious and news related reading.

    3 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 17, 2010

    Very Disappointing! (Trust me, I usually love Glenn Beck!)

    Okay, first of all I want it to be clear, i'm not a liberal blogger who never even read the book who just wants to give Glenn Beck bad ratings because I don't like him.
    The truth is that I usually love Glenn Becks books, I watch his show every day and listen to his radio while at work. I very much like Glenn Beck.
    This is why I have to be very very honest, this book truly to the strongest use of the word sucks. I'm not kidding, it simply sucks. You sit there reading getting exited thinking "Okay, here comes the good part" then it just gets written off as nothing, then at the end of the book your sitting there confused like "what just happened??"
    Glenn Beck always says the truth will set you free, that's why I can't lie just because I like Glenn Beck. This book truly sucks.

    For a great political thriller, you should read Brad Thor.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 9, 2010

    Hahahahahaha

    For all of you reviewers out there who are mystified that Glenn Beck's book had "a promising idea", but "lacked character development or a plot", I say to you: You're surprised?? Have you watched his show?? It's a hyper paranoid, supercharged derangement of a talentless man (other than his demagoguery). This book was absolute garbage. I'm very conservative politically, but Glenn Beck is a lunatic who gives us all a bad name- Obama isn't evil, he's just wrong (just, as I might add, W. wasn't evil despite the claims of the left). You want to read REAL good fiction? Read Stiegg Larson- or John Grisham, or just anyone who ISN'T crazy or IS talented.

    2 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 2, 2010

    The Overton Window is FABULOUS

    I myself am only 14 years old, but i am a HUGE fan of glenn beck, and i simply could not pull myself away from this book. It's defiantly a page turner, Epic, fascinating, and just amazing. one of my friends asked me to tell me about it, and, well, i couldn't, because it's all intertwined and connected. mysteries unravel and conflicts arise, and you will never stop reading this book until you finish it exactly from cover to cover.

    2 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 13, 2010

    Love Glenn Beck but....

    This book could be more detailed. It is not bad for a first run at fiction. The facts he references are great for those that want to followup on important facts. It is a good read, would recommend

    2 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 5, 2010

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    Love Glenn Beck and his book!

    How can you not love this guy. Riveting thriller all with the Beck style! Very entertaining! It was a great read. Highly recommend this book! We included this book in our summer reading list of books as we recently visited the book store, a summer tradition, to gather up all of our pics for our summer reading list. This includes books for myself, my husband, kids and nieces and nephews. We also buy some books as birthday presents for others so they can join in on our discussions, like the aunts and uncles and grandparents. We have a mini book club where we discuss our books as we all read along. We all read several books so as the reading goes along there are a lot of books to review. The kids have found a wonderful book called, Smitty's Cave Adventures. They all love thrilling action-adventure books and this one is full of mystery and intrigue! From a parental point of view, Smitty's Cave Adventures also has a good moral overtone. Even the girls wanted to read this book and they all concluded that this is their favorite book so far!

    2 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 3, 2010

    Fantastic and Possible reality

    This book is easy to read in a few short hours. The plot line is thrilling and interesting. True reality under present pergressive leadership. Look for Obama to decare a national emergency before his term ends or sooner. He and his pergressives want to be dictators.

    This book should be an entertaining must read for all. It would be burned if and when present leadership gets total controll.

    Dr. Warn conseratives

    2 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 25, 2010

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    Crystal Ball?

    If you are a fan of current events, politics etc., you'll enjoy this thought provoking page turner. "Faction?" Only time will tell.

    2 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 1, 2012

    An intelligent read.

    This book totally blew me away. And ive already begun to share it with family members * Its scary acurate, its disturbing actually.. i couldnt sleep for a night. What is our country coming too. This harshly reminds us as citizens that our freedom is slowly being taken away from us right in front our eyes. ! Its sad that this book has been getting bad reviews over its author and overall story plot..! Anyway the real meat of the book for me was at the very end.. where glenn provides numerous websites and articles of that was said in the book actually took place !! He has it there For your personal investigation ( Dont just take his word, find out for yourself.. ) This is one eye opening book, that i will not take for granted.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 16, 2012

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    Pretty Good

    Not what I expected but it was pretty good.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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