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    Great prequel!

    Ruins of Fate As with the rest of this series, the characters are a delight! The world building is less comprehensive than the rest of the series, but there are plenty of clues that a lot more is going on in this world. I would love to see more stories from the prequel POV.
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    Prequel

    Ruins of Fate is the first book in the Omni Towers series that I've read. It's a prequel, so I'll just continue the series. It's a great story with excellent characters. I enjoyed it and it held my attention. Thanks to NetGalley for an arc in exchange for an honest review.
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    I loved the Omni Towers series

    I loved the Omni Towers series, so it was no surprise that I devoured the prequel of how it all began. This is the story of Skye, a single mother, trying to make a life for herself and her son outside the towers. When a young girl named Kayla is discovered in a collapsed ruin, Skye must make some very difficult decisions…to give up the girl to her own fate or move on from the life she has worked so hard to build for her and her son. Tensions were already high in the camp where they live so adding another mouth to feed without the ability to work for the group is never going to be accepted. But no child would ever survive on their own. This the events that lead up to Kayla’s story and reminded just why I enjoyed reading Jamie A. Waters’ storytelling so much. I somehow missed the release of the past few books and now will be adding them to my soon to be reading shelf. I received this copy of Ruins of Fate from Jamie A. Waters. This is my honest and voluntary review.
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