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Atlantis Quest (Atlantis Rising) by [Craw, Gloria]
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Get ready for the exciting follow up to Atlantis Rising, dubbed An enchanting debut from a promising new author of paranormal YA by Kirkus Reviews.

After all they’d cost me, I thought I was done with the Truss clan. I was wrong. Nikki Dawning, my mortal enemy, has been kidnapped, and I’ve been asked to spy on the Truss to find her. The pull between Ian and I has never been stronger, but he can’t help me this time. I have to rely on Theron, a bad-tempered cousin I didn’t know I had. To make matters worse, the people I trust have been keeping secrets.

I’m starting to feel like a weapon in a war I don’t understand. How far am I willing to go to protect the descendants of Atlantis and the common good when I’m not sure what the common good is anymore?

Only one thing is certain. If I’m the next Laurel clan chief, I can’t let myself be manipulated…by anyone.

The Atlantis Rising series is best enjoyed in order.
Reading Order:
Book #1 Atlantis Rising
Book #2 Atlantis Quest
Book #3 Atlantis Reborn


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 911 KB
  • Print Length: 356 pages
  • Publisher: Entangled: Teen (1 March 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B016I7IOWE
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5.0 out of 5 stars Atlantis Quest 8 June 2017
By Delta High School Library - Published on Amazon.com
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I voluntarily read and reviewed an ARC of this book. Thanks to NetGalley and Entangled Publishing for the opportunity to read and review Atlantis Quest by Gloria Craw! Alison has now learned about her heritage from her biological mother and also about her abilities and now she's expected to rescue her enemy from a kidnapping. She travels to a ski resort and spies on the Truss family to find Nikki and any news about her kidnapping. Alison meets and stays with a distant relative, Theron. He tells her about her father's lineage and the story of how she was left with humans. Alison is given even more dangerous tasks to perform and help her people. Theron's gruff demeanor mellows as his familial relationship with Alison grows. They are good for each other. This second book of the Atlantis trilogy amps up the dangers, action and intensity of Alison's world while her responsibilities grow. 5 stars for this interesting fantasy adventure!
5.0 out of 5 stars Great characters, perfect pacing. It's even better than the first. 3 March 2016
By J. Craw - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Better than the first, and I loved the first. The pacing was spot on, never slow and the build toward the climax was perfection.

As others have noted, the new characters add so much to this installment. Theron is a fantastic character. I loved his relationship with Alison. Gloria Craw's ability to write compelling relationships between her characters (beyond the usual romance) is impressive. I also love that many of her characters are written in shades of grey. Not all good, not all bad, but a mix. These are not caricatures, they are people.

Alison's growth as a character in this novel is perhaps the strongest aspect of this series. We see her evaluating her relationships with everyone around her, even people she had previously looked to as mentors, as she wonders who she can really trust. She's not paranoid, but she is maturing into a leader in her own right and learning to recognize that she can't always rely on others to know what the right decision would be. She's strong, she makes mistakes, she grows from them.

I'm thrilled there will be another in this series. Though this book was satisfying, no huge cliffhangers to ruin the ending, I am eager to hear more about these characters and the world they inhabit.
5.0 out of 5 stars The Best! 11 May 2016
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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Best book ever. Gloria writes the unique and unpredictable book. Both of my kids love it!
4.0 out of 5 stars “Atlantis Quest” is a great continuation of an exciting YA paranormal series 3 June 2017
By Olivia F. - Published on Amazon.com
“Atlantis Quest” is a great continuation of an exciting YA paranormal series. Alison has vanquished Sebastian, and her life is returning to normal- or as close as she can get. However, the dewing have more to ask of her. Nikki, her teenage/high school enemy from the first book (who turned her over to the evil Sebastian), is missing. Thanks to being raised by humans, Alison’s thought patterns render her invisible to the other dewing- to them, she is just like any other human. However, as a thoughtmaker, she can join their minds to plant thoughts/actions in them, both dewing and human.

Although somewhat surprising to send a teenager undercover into a difficult situation (perhaps less so, since they sent her on a quest to kill the most dangerous dewing in existence in the last book), Alison has a new mission- to spy on the Truss, the clan which had formerly been led by Sebastien, and try to figure out where Nikki has been hidden. We get some new characters, including Alison’s (sort of) cousin Theron, who is being punished for his hacking skills and happens to be living near where the Truss are meeting. Throughout the book, we, like Alison, can’t help to warm up to Theron who is a really great character all-around.

Despite a semi-slow start to the book, the pace picks up to soon become just as delightful as the first. We learn a little more about the dewing and their history as well as the new cast of characters/clans in this book. Once again, this book manages to have a whole story without being too fast-paced and giving a cliffhanger (although we are left with a pretty big teaser for the next book at the end, the main plot is wrapped up nicely). Alison starts to get her bearing amongst the dewing and think about what she wants out of her life/what she thinks is right (not just what Ian’s clan say). We see her grow during this book quite a bit as she ponders life and love.

I was worried there was going to be a love triangle with Theron, but luckily (for people who don’t love the love triangles), no such thing happens. The romance is still there between our favorite couple of book 1, but it takes a backseat to the espionage and excitement of her quest in this book. Overall, it’s a really fantastic addition to the series, and not just filler (as second books sometimes are). I am really looking forward to continuing with the next!

Please note that I received a copy of this book from the publisher through netgalley. All opinions are my own.
5.0 out of 5 stars What An Ending!! 3 March 2016
By Desert Rose Reviews - Published on Amazon.com
The same unique story, with more humor and one hell of an ending.

Atlantis Rising definitely left me wanting to know what would happen next, and I felt a connection with Alison weeks after I reached the end. When the opportunity to read and review the sequel came along, I jumped on it, and I'm glad for the chance to continue experiencing this story.

Alison grew so much in this book, even more than she did in the first. Not only has she embraced being outside her protective bubble, she's learned more about who she is, what she wants, and where her life is going, which was marvelous to see. I missed Brandy quite a bit, wondering several times throughout the story what she would say or do, much like I suspect Alison and Ian did. The new characters introduced were fantastic, and I love the connections made between them all. I feel like Spencer and Katherine could be expanded on a bit more, but I'm holding out hope for the third book to see more of their personalities, aside from somewhat controlling leaders.

I actually found myself wondering why Alison likes Ian so much, and what she sees in him, which was disturbing. I'm not quite sure they work together, but again, am curious to see what happens between them in the next book. I have a feeling all hell is going to break loose for the descendants of Atlantis, so there may not even be time for them to worry about personal lives. We shall see.

All in all, I am so glad to have stumbled upon this series, and am loving where the story is headed. Mrs. Craw is a wonderful storyteller, and I enjoy her writing style. I'd be more than happy to read anything she creates, but am mostly anxious to see how she ends this story. I can't wait to devour the third book in the series, and my guess is, I'll be crossing my fingers for a fourth book.

I'd definitely recommend this series to fans of paranormal adventures. This book did have some graphic/gory points, that may not be suitable for younger audiences. It is a book you could read without reading the prequel first, but I would recommend starting the series from the beginning, as the character development will lack a few layers of substance otherwise.

Bravo, and keep 'em coming!

*I was given an eCopy of this book, from the publisher, to read in exchange for an honest review.

~Rose
@Desert Rose Reviews