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The book The Two Towers was my first experience with Jamie A Waters work I welcomed the chance to read this futuristic, sci fi novel when I was offered it in exchange for an honest review Being a fan of authors such as Issac Asmov and George Orwell when I was a child, I remember being absorbed for hours about possible advances in science and future events for the human race This book, being based 150 years in the future was quite a read and I found it right on par with my childhood memori The book The Two Towers was my first experience with Jamie A Waters work I welcomed the chance to read this futuristic, sci fi novel when I was offered it in exchange for an honest review Being a fan of authors such as Issac Asmov and George Orwell when I was a child, I remember being absorbed for hours about possible advances in science and future events for the human race This book, being based 150 years in the future was quite a read and I found it right on par with my childhood memories of reading a good science fiction story.I found the story to be very well written and engaging If the author didn t do it themselves whomever edited and proofread this book needs to be applauded The arrangement of each paragraph flowed well and each chapter was very easy to read What pleased me most about the authors writing style, was that it didn t feel stilted in language and it wasn t absurd or awkward to read Unfortunately, I find a lotbad writing from seasoned authors I read the other reviews of this book and say that I must agree that this does remind me of the Hunger Games a bit although I ve never read the book and only seen the movie.I liked the lead character Kayla She reminded me of a 5 foot 2 inch stick of street smart, ruin rat dynamite, ready to explode at a moments notice Her saucy and inquisitive demeanor in the story line filled her out and kept the character interesting Kayla having a back story built in to the plot really helped as well Her man Carl, made a great underdog at her side battling the corrupt and evil Omnilab The other characters such as Seara and even Varidian also seemed well thought out and developed too In my opinion, the whole story was very well put together, believable and vividly written from start to finish.I m really amazed that this work seems to be this authors first book here onBravo This author deserves five stars all the way for a fantastic debut release I would recommend this book to all adults that like action packed science fiction Beneath the Fallen City is the first book I ve read from author Jamie A Waters, and I have to say, I really enjoyed it The main character Kayla, is a young woman who feelsalive than ever scouring the ruins of old civilizations After world wars ravaged the planet, all that s left are camps, destroyed buildings, and two mysterious towers owned by a strange company called OmniLabs.Check out the rest of my review here Beneath the Fallen City is the first book I ve read from author Jamie A Waters, and I have to say, I really enjoyed it The main character Kayla, is a young woman who feelsalive than ever scouring the ruins of old civilizations After world wars ravaged the planet, all that s left are camps, destroyed buildings, and two mysterious towers owned by a strange company called OmniLabs.Check out the rest of my review here REVIEWER DYANE3.0 ON THE MASQ SCALEThis book is a solid start for a new writer The setting is very interesting, as is the concept of a team of ruin rats scavenging artifacts for a bunch of people essentially locked away in two towers, and the main character s origins are equally interesting.What lacked for me, however, was a real sense that this was a science fiction story There are many features mentioned sensors, UV gear, com links, etc but few were described with enough detail to give REVIEWER DYANE3.0 ON THE MASQ SCALEThis book is a solid start for a new writer The setting is very interesting, as is the concept of a team of ruin rats scavenging artifacts for a bunch of people essentially locked away in two towers, and the main character s origins are equally interesting.What lacked for me, however, was a real sense that this was a science fiction story There are many features mentioned sensors, UV gear, com links, etc but few were described with enough detail to give clues as to what they looked like or how they worked For some people that might not be a big thing, but I like to feel immersed in a story, especially when it is happening in a place invented by the author Also, I had thought the story was a science fiction novel with romance in it and soon realized it was a romance with science fiction in it Again, for some that might not be an issue, but it affected my perception of what I was getting into and my overall enjoyment of the story That said, the intimate scenes were well written and quite hot.I would have liked to seecharacter development from some of the secondary characters Veridian, I think, could have been stronger, and some of the others as well Still, the cast functions well as a support for Kayla and, by the end, everyone does what they are expected to do I did find Kayla too intense for me, sometimes overly reactive and downright obnoxious, but she did have her quiet, sensitive moments, which helped make her likable.It ll be interesting to see what comes next, as book 1 raises many intriguing questions to be answered in book 2 5 StarsBeneath the Fallen City is the first book in The Omni Towers Series by Jamie A Waters I really loved this book the story really drew me in and had me avidly following along on this incredible journey The story is a mix of dystopian, post apocalyptic, sci fi, fantasy, action, and adventure It s quite unpredictable and kept me guessing much of the time With tension, intrigue, danger, secrets, revenge, discoveries, scavengers, traders, and plenty of drama to keep things moving along I 5 StarsBeneath the Fallen City is the first book in The Omni Towers Series by Jamie A Waters I really loved this book the story really drew me in and had me avidly following along on this incredible journey The story is a mix of dystopian, post apocalyptic, sci fi, fantasy, action, and adventure It s quite unpredictable and kept me guessing much of the time With tension, intrigue, danger, secrets, revenge, discoveries, scavengers, traders, and plenty of drama to keep things moving along I was completely captivated I fell in love with Jamie A Water s stories, imagination, and writing style after reading How to Kill a Fae , just recently, and there began my fascination with her work When I found this book I knew I NEEDED to read it, so I grabbed a copy and dove right in.What I discovered between the covers was an incredibly well woven story full of rich and vibrant details which brought the whole story to life The characters are cleverly crafted into fully realised interesting and complex individuals, with their own personalities, quirks, and flaws.The world building is superb Ms Water s skillfully created a complex, vividly detailed, and interesting world in which to stage her story As I noted previously, her attention to detail is remarkable giving the story much depth and complexity Kayla is a scavenger in this post apocalyptic world searching the ruins of cities for anything valuable as her means of survival We join her on this adventure as her scavenging brings her to the attention of a trader intent on recruiting her as well as a dangerous man who begins hunting her She soon discovers that nothing is what it seems and she is thrust into waythan she bargained for And so the excitement begins This was such a fantastic start to the series and I can t wait to continue the adventure Thank you, Jamie A Waters This is the kind of book that swoops in and restores my faith in the arts In a dull, dull world where everyone is just putting their own spin on things that already exist and trying to make a buck, Waters comes in and gives us a whole new world to get lost into Beneath the Fallen City has complex characters who will prompt all kinds of emotions some you ll love, others you ll love to hate Others, you might even go back and forth on asdetails emerge or they show their true colors I had This is the kind of book that swoops in and restores my faith in the arts In a dull, dull world where everyone is just putting their own spin on things that already exist and trying to make a buck, Waters comes in and gives us a whole new world to get lost into Beneath the Fallen City has complex characters who will prompt all kinds of emotions some you ll love, others you ll love to hate Others, you might even go back and forth on asdetails emerge or they show their true colors I had resorted to re reading old favorites like Harry Potter and The Hunger Games when I really need an escape, another world to get lost in With this series, I won t be needing to revisit past reads for a while The reader gets a world that, while foreign, has plenty we can still relate to and dive right into Nothing needs further explanation it s all made to make perfect sense and be comprehensible, without any long winded or far fetched explanations There s action and fighting and various types of drama from romantic to vengeful to plain old greed and there s adventure all of it has a bit of a paranormal aspect, but nothing inconceivable There s some good versus bad or right versus wrong, but not in the same old, done to death way we always see The reader is also treated to a love triangle of sorts, but not the usual, been done to death type I don t want to give too much away, so I ll just say it s well done, really fun and I definitely have my steady favorite to root for.Every time I stepped away from this book, all I wanted to do was get back to it Not much holds my attention these days, let along sucks me in this extremely any It s so refreshing Also, if you want a good, strong female lead or role model, Kayla is a total badass Read it, buy it for your daughters, nieces, etc as that front is also covered Carl is a good male role model, while we re on the topic a guy with good intentions and a pure heart I feel like there is something for everyone to relate to in this complex, action packed, adventure filled read 5 stars I wouldn t change a thing I would like to thank the author and the Netgalley website for this partnership.I was immediately attracted to the cover and the summary.It is learned from the beginning that since 150 years after the land was destroyed, two towers built by an Omnilab have allowed those who have survived and managed to protect their families to find refuge in these two towers We find Kayla there, gifted in computer hacking and who finds an artifact and will find herself in trouble.I immediately hooked on the s I would like to thank the author and the Netgalley website for this partnership.I was immediately attracted to the cover and the summary.It is learned from the beginning that since 150 years after the land was destroyed, two towers built by an Omnilab have allowed those who have survived and managed to protect their families to find refuge in these two towers We find Kayla there, gifted in computer hacking and who finds an artifact and will find herself in trouble.I immediately hooked on the story, which was so captivating and full of suspense and twists and turns, as well as the characters Looking forward to reading on |Free Pdf ☹ Beneath the Fallen City ☲ Some secrets are better left buried Winner of the Readers Favorite Award for Fantasy Science Fiction Romance Winner of the Colorado Independent Publisher s Association s EVVY Award for Science Fiction Global Ebook Awards Honorable Mention for Science Fiction Kayla is a scavenger, driven to search the ruins of abandoned cities for artifacts in exchange for critical life saving supplies But, the rarest artifacts are found in the most dangerous ruins those under control by the OmniLab tradersCarl is one of those traders and Kayla s invaded his district He s determined to stop her and the best way to do that is to recruit her The only problem Kayla hates tradersWhen a powerful man intent on revenge starts hunting her, Kayla realizes the only way to save herself may be to accept Carl s offer But that would mean surrendering to OmniLab and giving up everything she knows Only everything isn t quite what it seemsIncluding OmniLabAnd Kayla s in a lot of troubleBeneath the Fallen City is an exciting post apocalyptic fantasy series with romantic elements and shocking twists Join Kayla as she unearths the secrets of the past and discovers a hidden world no one thought was possible The Omni Towers reading order Beneath the Fallen City , Shadow of the Coalition, Tremors of the Past, Drop of Hope, Flames of Redemption, Spirit of the Towers,This book was previous released as The Two Towers but has been significantly revised and modified from its original format One of the great things about Kindle Unlimited is that I can borrow books that I wouldn t normally read.BENEATH THE FALLEN CITY is the first book of what looks like a 6 book series so far Book 1 is a lot of world building detailing the who s who and the what s what There are a few weird twists and it seems as if the story line was being plotted as it was written It changes direction and it never really puts itself back in the same direction again.I will be adding book 2 to my TBR pile bec One of the great things about Kindle Unlimited is that I can borrow books that I wouldn t normally read.BENEATH THE FALLEN CITY is the first book of what looks like a 6 book series so far Book 1 is a lot of world building detailing the who s who and the what s what There are a few weird twists and it seems as if the story line was being plotted as it was written It changes direction and it never really puts itself back in the same direction again.I will be adding book 2 to my TBR pile because I am curious enough to how the story continues She finds.Things in the destroyed cities to find items to sell and she has now gone into his area He is not happy but he wants to recruit her but she hates them She is evendanger and only be can help her She is unsure what to do What will she do See what will happenI received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. I finished this book before bed last night, but only just found time to leave a review First of all, let me say that I love science fiction and especially any sci fi that has a dystopian or post apocalyptic influence That is what first intrigued me enough to give this book a chance, but it s definitely not the only thing that kept me hooked once I had delved into the story.What I admire about this author and The Two Towers is the simple fact that she isn t afraid to stand out from the mainst I finished this book before bed last night, but only just found time to leave a review First of all, let me say that I love science fiction and especially any sci fi that has a dystopian or post apocalyptic influence That is what first intrigued me enough to give this book a chance, but it s definitely not the only thing that kept me hooked once I had delved into the story.What I admire about this author and The Two Towers is the simple fact that she isn t afraid to stand out from the mainstream and generic that most writers seem to abide by Jamie A Waters adds a unique twist to the genre that I haven t come across before, and I would consider that to be quite an impressive feat considering the fact that I have read countless sci fi books over the years that incorporate a dystopian them in some form or another, yet there s only a few that I would consider to be in the same tier of quality that I would say The Two Towers resides in.Another thing that stood out to me about this book is the added romance twist, which adds an extra layer of originality to the book and which is also a big reason of why I loved this book so much and literally found myself reading it whenever I had the chance I have seen a few authors try to blend different elements from other genres into a post apocalyptic dystopian setting, but most fail thankfully, Jamie A Waters has gone way above and beyond and left me not onlythan satisfied with the book, but also with a name to keep an eye on in anticipation of future releases I highly recommend The Two Towers, and I ultimately give this book a strong 9 10, there are a few very minor rough parts , but I haven t came across a single perfect book in my life, so I am still going to give this book 5 stars, as I think that s what this author truly deserves, considering she isn t one of the big names of the genre, at least not yet.