[Reading] ➱ Dreams Unleashed (The Prophecies, #1) ➹ Linda Hawley – Chainnews.us

Dreams Unleashed (The Prophecies, #1) 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 Question Everything Is The Theme Of Dreams Unleashed.

10 thoughts on “Dreams Unleashed (The Prophecies, #1)


  1. says:

    This book is definitely intriguingthat s probably the best word for it Intriguing and thought provoking The meat of the book concerns remote viewing and the link between the main character s subconscious and reality Yeah, that s deep stuff It forces you to think, and I love books like that I m also a big fan of books concerning ...


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    I ve never read anything like this before The whole concept of remote viewing is mind boggling I remember seeing a TV show once that talked about it and how the government had studied that sort of thing, but of course they didn t expound on it or anything So it s really interesting to get an inside look at it, even if it s from a fictional novel I loved the parts involving the CIA they kept me completely hooked, and when it ended with a cliff hanger, I knew I d be reading the next one I de I ve never read anything like this before The whole concept of remote viewing is mind boggling I remember seeing a TV show once that talked about it and how the government had studied that sort of thing, but of course they ...


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    Someone onsaid this book was intriguingthat s probably the best word for it Intriguing and thought provoking The meat of the book concerns remote viewing and the link between the main character s subconscious and reality Yeah, that s deep stuff It forces you to think, and I love books like that I m also a big fan of books concerning dystopian societies, and Dreams Unleashed definitely falls within that category But it s interesting because it s not way into the future like most Someone onsaid this book was intriguingthat s probably the best word for it Intriguing and thought provoking The meat of the book concerns remote viewing and the link between the main character s subconscious and reality Yeah, that s deep stuff It forces you to think, and I love books like that I m also a big fan of books concerning dystopian societies, and Dreams Unleashed definitely falls within that category But it s interesting because it s not way into the future like most dystopian books are The present day of this book is 2015, and the government is right at the beginning of a downhill slope into a freedomless society The author mentions real events happening today and uses th...


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    With the passing of the Patriot Act in what seems a lifetime ago, I think many Americans thought everything would be okay However, Linda Hawley presents a different spin on the invasion of government into the private sector What if the government was monitoring us via microchip inserted in our driver s licenses What if the government was listening to every word we said at every time Ms.Hawley has taken that line of thought one step further with the first book in her series, Dreams Unleashed With the passing of the Patriot Act in what seems a lifetime ago, I think many Americans thought everything would be okay However, Linda Haw...


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    Ann is a former CIA agent who worked for a secret project using paranormal skills She currents writes technical manuals, and is a member of the secret group GOG GOG is all about perserving personal privacy and other first amendment rights These rights are fast disappearing in this technology obsessed world of 2015 where everyone is tracked through RFID chips in all their id Ann s life begins to turn upside down when her paranormal skills begin to transform and her dreams seem to turn true.Wh Ann is a former CIA agent who worked for a secret project using paranormal skills She currents writes technical manuals, and is a member of the secret group GOG GOG is all about perserving personal privacy and other first amendment rights These rights are fast disappearing in this technology obsessed world of 2015 where everyone is tracked through RFID chips in all their id Ann s life begins to turn upside down when her paranormal skills begin to transform...


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    This second edition of Dreams Unleashed really moves along well, and is written beautifully The main character, Ann, is really appealing to me She s independent, a free spirit who s not set in her ways, is mature but still growing I think there is nothingbeautiful than a woman with her dog, so Ann s dog, Lulu, adds to the story I found the remote viewing very interesting, as it explores the potential of the human mind Of course the Herkimer crystals in the story were facinating There This second edition of Dreams Unleashed really moves along ...


  7. says:

    I saw Linda Hawley s book mentioned on Twitter and was intrigued by the title, so I downloaded the Kindle version It was the first time I had read a full length book on my iPhone I found the story well written and gripping I would willingly advise people to read it and I will certainly read the next book in the tri...


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    Dreams Unleashed Synopsis It s the future year of 2015, where technology governs life No one on the globe is free from being tracked through government RFID The worldwide underground organization, GOG, is the one group equipped to fight against citizens loss of privacy Ann Torgeson is a technical writer working for a tidal energy company living a seemingly normal life in the Pacific Northwest when her vivid dreams turn real Is her training as a paranormal CIA agent when she was only ninetee Dreams Unleashed Synopsis It s the future year of 2015, where technology governs life No one on the globe is free from being tracked through government RFID The worldwide underground organization, GOG, is the one group equipped to fight against citizens loss of privacy Ann Torgeson is a technical writer working for a tidal energy company living a seemingly normal life in the Pacific Northwest when her vivid dreams turn real Is her training as a paranormal CIA agent when she was only ...


  9. says:

    This is a really cool novel It s well written, complex, interesting, funny, scary this novel has it all Hawley has written a wonderful debut novel depicting the not so distant future with a Big Brother is watching you mentality The government s involvement in individual lives is scary and, though the book is fictitious, the references to real current political issues and people aides in making the novel that much scarier for the reader I was actually very impressed by Hawley s ability to a This is a really cool novel It s well written, complex, interesting, funny, scary this novel has it all Hawley has written a wonderful debut novel depicting the not so distant future with a Big Brother is watching you mentality The government s involvement in individual lives is scary and, though the book is fictitious, the references to real current political issues and people aides in making the novel that much scarier for the reader I was actually very impressed by Hawley s ability to add both real and embellished events to her novel, and I was a little thrown off the first time Obama s name was mentioned Hawley s use of real people and events brings the reader out of the land of fiction and strikes fear in their hearts, making them begin to question where our world is heading I think this was ingenious and really enjoyed this aspect of the novel.In fact, I enjoyed all aspects of this novel The beginning drew me in very quickly as Ann is running from the FBI, and I was wrapped into th...


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    I received this book from the author and read it on Kindle for the PC I had never used Kindle for the PC before and I was a little worried about losing my place when my mouse took off on its own, but it was okay For the first third of the book, I had to really concentrate to keep straight whether I was in the present, past or a dream Eventually I got all the threads on the right needles and then the book started to get exciting The action just kept accelerating right up to the end Or, shoul I received this book from the author and read it on Kindle for the PC I had never used Kindle for the PC before and I was a little worried about losing my place when my mouse took off on its own, but it was okay For the first third of the book, I had to really concentrate to keep straight whether I was in the present, past or a dream Eventually I got all the threads on the right needles and then the book started to get exciting The action just kept accelerating right up to the end Or, should I say up to the end of this book because it s part of a trilogy and definitely leads you right in to the next in the series The concept of putting yourself in another place through a dream was wild, but believable for me I started clicking through all sorts of possibilities in my head as I was reading I also liked that the author included current happenings, as close as a couple of months ago, to add to the perception of reality Tagging people through their driver s license was distur...

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