Guardian of Time by Linda Hawley
(The Prophecies Dystopian Trilogy, Book 2)

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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, a paranormally-gifted operative. When her powers release the seal of The Prophecies, she becomes a weapon against the government, which relentlessly pursues her.
 

About Linda Hawley

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The Prophecies series you're reading, or deciding whether you should read, was born just after the author survived a near-crash in a passenger jet. Thankfully, she lived to write this trilogy.Before Linda Hawley became a full-time author, she 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.You may be surprised to learn that most of the technologies, conditions, and places in her trilogy exist. It's the characters and their actions that are pure fiction. Writing The Prophecies as accurate faction (a literary work that is a mix of fact and fiction) requires significant in-depth research, but the author was aided by her many years in the US intelligence community. Her government service certainly aided the believability of this dystopian trilogy.Linda Hawley is hard at work on another dystopian trilogy, called The ReSociety. You can follow her progress at LindaHawley.com.
 
Published October 22, 2011 by 21st Publishing. 291 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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