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Book Spotlight: Light The Way (bk2 Union Trilogy) in the by Joe Kipling

 Light The Way Book Spotlight!
I literally have a love/hate relationship with blogger at the moment. Because of pre-scheduling technical difficulties I had manually post and publish. 

Make sure you grab a copy of Light the Way. I know that you guys will love it. :)

Having escaped the
boundary and the tyranny of the Neighbourhood and now under the protection of
the Union, MaryAnn Hunter is slowly re-building her life as a fugitive on the
When a friend asks for
help MaryAnn finds herself on a dangerous rescue mission that takes her on a
terrifying journey and back into the desperate clutches of the Director and the
MaryAnn faces a fight for
survival against insurmountable odds - but is it a fight she is willing to win
at any cost?
Light the Way is the second
book in The Union Trilogy

With a surname like Kipling, Joes' future as a writer might have been predetermined
at birth.. . . . well at least it assured her a good place on the bookshelves.
An avid traveller she spent many years backpacking around the world and has by
pure luck managed to avoid catastrophe, although she has been known to miss a
flight or two.

She now lives in West Yorkshire and if she's not at home
writing she’ll be found hiking in the hills around her house with her dog Rosie.
Joes debut novel Blinded by the Light was published by
Cillian Press in 2013. Light the Way is her follow up novel and the 2nd
book in the UnionTrilogy.

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Ready for a snippet!?!
into the stone above the building entrance were the words, ‘With humility and respect. Let us Light the way’. A chill ran
through me. We’d arrived at the LightHouse. It was a name that struck terror
into the hearts of all Echo children. It was the monster that hid under our
beds and tormented our dreams.

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