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Angela Armstrong (angelaarmstrong) | 13 comments This a new paperback edition of a book. An ebook version is linked to my author page. I'm not sure if you add this an alternative edition or separate book, but wanted to give the heads up about that.

* Title The Gen2K Omnibus
* Author(s) name(s) Angela Armstrong
* ISBN (or ASIN) 978-1976778865
* Publisher Independent
* Publication date August 12 2018
* Format Paperback
* Description
This omnibus contains three novelettes set in the Gen2K world; 1. The Quin Tama is broken. Then again, everyone left in the last clean city is. But Tama is more broken than most – which makes for wicked irony that he works in restoration, of all places. Broken Tama fixes things. He’s good at it though – good enough that he can almost forget how bad things are -- for everyone -- and how lonely being broken is. That is until Bex needs something restored. Every encounter with Bex lights up parts inside of Tama he had no idea needed fixing. 2. Missive Tama discovered recently he is an old-fashioned romantic. So how does an old-fashioned romantic woo the light-bringer, Bex, in a city where everything is broken but the tech? Text, audio, photo and video messages are transmitted almost instantly; there’s not much charm in that. So begins Tama’s scavenger hunt for old-world paper to bear his secret missives. The last clean city hasn’t seen courtship like this for over a century. 3. Salvage Geronimo works the salvage yards. He’s the best borer around. For Geronimo, “finders, keepers” has always made good sense. It pays when you’re good at finding. Minding his own business and amassing his stash was simple, so long as he kept his rules. The stash was safe. His. Keeping the rules was easy until Tama. One deal with a love-struck trader serves Geronimo a whole lot more than he bargained for.

* Page count 215
* Link to book page which includes the cover on a NON-BOOKSELLER site:

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Abcdarian | 23289 comments Added as another edition:

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