Beneath the Fallen City

Beneath the Fallen City
The Omni Towers, Book 1

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Beneath the Fallen City by Jamie A. Waters

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2018

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376

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Beneath the Fallen City
The Omni Towers, Book 1

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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 traders.

Carl 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 traders.

When 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 seems.

Including OmniLab.

And Kayla’s in a lot of trouble.



Beneath 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.
Lara Reznik - Multi-cultural Love Story Laced With Humor, Drama, and Suspense
FEATURED AUTHOR - Writing books since she was six years old, author Lara Reznik is a native New Yorker who escaped to New Mexico in the 1970s in a Karmann Ghia that she jump-started cross-country. She studied under esteemed authors Tony Hillerman and Rudolfo Anaya at the University of New Mexico and later attended the University of Iowa’s Writers Workshop. Reznik retired from Information Technology management after the success of her first novel, The Girl From Long Guyland, published in 2012. In 2015, Reznik… Read more