The Prophecies Trilogy (A Dystopian Adventure)

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Dreams Unleashed has been awarded the Grub Street Reads Endorsement.

Synopsis of The Prophecies Trilogy:
It’s the near future, and society is government controlled. Technology tracks everyone, and personal privacy does not exist. The hope for freedom lies in the operations of an underground organization, GOG, which fights against worldwide oppression. Their most powerful weapon is Ann Torgeson. More

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Words: 192,760
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301318490
About Linda Hawley

Linda Hawley is a published author of several novels in the dystopian science fiction genre. She is also a highly skilled home cook and the author of the cookbook, Cooking to Cure Heartburn.

Before she became a full-time author, Linda Hawley supported herself as a freelance writer. Her experiences working on diverse projects requiring significant research stretched and refined her composition skills. It also inspired her to become a novelist.

The author writes her novels in the "faction" style (a literary work that is a mix of fact and fiction). Most of the technologies, conditions, and places in her novels actually exist. It's the characters and their actions that are pure fiction.

Before becoming a writer, the author spent many years in the U.S. intelligence community. This experience helps her today in creating suspense, perspective, and colorful characters that jump off the page.

Linda Hawley has made her home in the Pacific Northwest, where she and her husband parent their two youngest children.

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Reviews

Review by: D Chadwick on Dec. 29, 2013 :
After reading Dreams Unleashed, I had to read the rest of the series. This trilogy kept me up too late at night when I should have been sleeping because I was dying to see what happened next. I particularly enjoyed the heroine. She is a strong woman, but also makes mistakes, is vulnerable and has the type of quirks that the women in my life have. I can usually guess the end of story early on, but not with this series. The end completely surprised me despite foreshadowing throughout the books. While this is a dystopian future series, it is hauntingly similar to our current day. This series is well worth your time to read.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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