Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Atlantis Reborn by Gloria Craw ~ Review

Title: Atlantis Reborn (Atlantis Rising #3)
Author: Gloria Craw
Genre: Young Adult, Paranormal
Length: 350 pages
Publisher: Entangled: Teen
Release Date: June 5, 2017
Source: Purchased
Reviewed by: Jasmyn

In a few days, I’ll officially be the Laurel clan chief—but it comes at a heavy cost. My human family, the McKyes, think I’m dead, and the only family I have left is my surly cousin, Theron. Plus the occasional visit from my dead mother.
Gathering the fifteen clans of Atlantis is more tasking than I thought. Thank fate that Ian has my back, otherwise keeping the peace would be a total disaster. I want to give him my heart, too, but without an official likeness, or spontaneous pairing, it’s only wishful thinking. To make matters worse, someone out there has the formula to create human-Atlantian hybrids. For a hefty price.
Certain chiefs are so desperate to increase our population that they refuse to see the price might be more than money; it could cost us our souls. If I can’t change their minds, the descendants of Atlantis could disappear forever.
The finale of the Atlantis Rising series brings Alison a meeting of the clan chiefs to take her seat as one of them. The lies and intrigue are only just beginning, and those odd little friends and alliances made in book two will become very important as new plots begin to unfold around them.

Atlantians and humans were not meant to mix, and strange and horrible things can happen when they do. But they may be the only way to bring back the Atlantean race from the brink of extinction. 

There is a lot of political maneuvering in this one. And you need to pay close attention to all the little details, every word that people are saying, and everything they aren't saying. As Alison pulls apart the pieces of this new plot, with the help of friends old and new, we see a new dewing culture rising. I loved this ending, and felt that it was a great way to wrap up the series.

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