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Atlantis Reborn (Atlantis Rising) by [Craw, Gloria]
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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 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: 1041 KB
  • Print Length: 350 pages
  • Publisher: Entangled: digiTeen (5 June 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01JZ72FL0
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3.0 out of 5 stars It takes a bit of a turn and focuses more on world development and less on the action/journeys we've come to enjoy from the firs 5 June 2017
By Olivia F. - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
"Atlantis Reborn" is the third book in a really enjoyable series. It takes a bit of a turn and focuses more on world development and less on the action/journeys we've come to enjoy from the first two in the series. Here, Alison must leave the human world behind and take her place as the Laurel clan chief, a tradition steeped in ceremony. Leaving her human family behind is really difficult for her, and we spend the first part of the book watching her do so. The rest of the book focuses on her duties as clan chief, the ceremony to officially make her clan chief, and her first big meeting as clan chief. This book begins to build up the history of Atlantis and the world of the dewing. We're introduced in brief to some other clans and learn more about Lillian's past/history which has only been hinted at previously.

Most of the characters we've come to really love and enjoy take a backseat in this book, as we focus on Alison's feelings and inner turmoil. This is by far the moodiest of the three books, and this makes sense as Alison is leaving the world she knows behind and taking on some big responsibilities. However, we sacrifice the usual purpose behind her actions (a clear journey/quest) and the action/suspense (albeit mild- it really added something) of the past books. Even her relationship with Ian seems pushed to the background. The last 20% or so of the book really picks up, but I found it pretty lagging in the middle, and it was tough to push through some of the filler.

I did really enjoy learning more about the history of the dewing and some of their fables/key stories. I wish these had come earlier in the series to set up some more distant foreshadowing (here, you learn about them and then the relevant events occur pretty quickly). We've already established the most critical aspects of dewing culture, so they really just cement what we already know rather than add much to it. Most of the book is worry about a discussion/decision that will made, rather than the culture-saving/fixing of the first two where people's lives were on the line. I suppose, theoretically, the decision could leave people's lives on the line, but it seemed more political and mild (and we already know how it will go). This series has been really strong and entertaining, so I was a little disappointed in this third book as it wasn't as strong as the first two, which kept me really enthralled.

That being said, I did still enjoy it and finished it within a few days. The last part was definitely worthwhile and akin to the parts of the first two books that readers loved, so in my opinion, readers following the characters/series will be pleased with the final parts of the book. Please note that I received an ARC from the publisher through netgalley. All opinions are my own.
3.0 out of 5 stars A Great Closure to this Series 15 June 2017
By Erinarkin20 - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Atlantis Reborn is the third and final book in the Atlantis Rising series by Gloria Craw and I have to admit, I kind of forgot that there was going to be a third book until I was notified that this was being released. Having read the first two, I dove right in as I wanted to see how things were going to end up for these characters.

This book picks up shortly after the end of book two and Alison is officially the head of the Laurel clan which means she needs to meet with the clan leaders to discuss what happens next for everyone. As the story opens, Alison is essentially saying goodbye to her human family (the McKyes) even though they don’t know it. Since things are changing drastically for her, she needs to cut her ties and it isn’t easy for her. Luckily she has Ian and his family to help her through everything.

When Alison gets to the Arx, she begins to learn so much more about who she is and the Laurel clan. She also learns more about what the other clans are concerned about and what they are willing to do to achieve their goals. The biggest issue the clans face right now are tied to their decreasing population and some have uncovered a way to create Atlantian hybrids and Alison knows firsthand how bad of an idea this is.

What I liked about this series was how much growth Alison’s character goes through and it happened throughout every book. She is adaptable and continuing to learn who she is but also where she can help the Atlantians. She has a different perspective and isn’t afraid to share her thoughts and opinions.

The secondary characters were well done in previous books but it felt like they definitely took a backseat in this book. Ian didn’t really have a role here and in my opinion, was really just there as filler. Theron was there to support Alison but he seemed to be her errand guy. I liked the addition of some of the new characters and it was great to see some old characters back in the mix.

Overall I enjoyed this series. While it wrapped the series up well, I don’t know that this one was my favorite. With that said, I thought Craw did a wonderful job developing both the characters and the story. Having crossed paths with the first book in this series inadvertently, I am glad I was able to read the entire series and explore this world that Craw developed. I will definitely be watching for anything new she writes and if you are looking for something different with a unique story, definitely consider checking this one out.
4.0 out of 5 stars I just love this series 13 June 2017
By Jaime Lynn - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
I just love this series. I love anything magical, and this is full of magic of all kinds. Gloria Craw wrote a series that fully captured my attention, and I was invested the entire way.

Allison will soon be the official clan chief of the Laurel Clan. It doesn't matter that she is the only one left, because she can still make a difference. Her vote will count. But there are others who don't want to see her on the council. Will she survive long enough to take her place among the clans?

I really enjoyed the relationships in this story more than anything else. The love that Allison has for her human family, the sacrifices she is willing to make to keep them safe. hit me to my core. My family is my world, so those are things that I understand. Even through the heartbreak of what she was forced to do, she knew she was doing the best by them as she could. I also am a huge fan of Theron. He is my favorite character, aside from Lillian. Have I mentioned that I love snark? And finally, Ian. It isn't my favorite romance ever, but I will say that the fear of the unknown between them made it worthwhile. And that ending was beautiful.

All in all, this series has been a good one for me, from start to finish. There is action, adventure, mystery, romance, friendship. Pretty much everything you could hope for in a great story.

The only complaint that I have to make is in the editing. There were numerous editing issues throughout the story, and it pulls me out of the story. Nevertheless, I loved Atlantis Rising, and I am looking forward to more Gloria Craw in the future!
5.0 out of 5 stars These characters are everything I look for in a novel! 12 June 2017
By J. Craw - Published on
Finally, the third installment in this fantastic series! Be forewarned: while this book does a good job of reminding us who each character is, it really must be read as #3 in the series and not as a stand alone. That said, it's a really lovely end to this arc, and left me desperately hoping the author goes on to write more stories in this world, particularly surrounding some of the side characters (Theron!). This book was more introspective, and I found myself wiping away tears as Allison dealt with the harsh reality of leaving the human world behind. Too often in YA lit, authors find a way to let the main characters have their cake and eat it too, never really letting them go through any real pain (at least not for long). Allison's story was heart-wrenching but lovely to read. The author didn't shy away from any of it, but she didn't wallow in it either.

I'm a sucker for a strong heroine, one who does her own rescuing. Allison is that heroine. Smart, strong, funny and brave. I didn't mind spending more time in her head in this book, as she's got a good head on her shoulders. That said, the full cast of characters is still my favorite part of Gloria Craw's writing. They all manage to jump off the page, leaving you wanting to spend more time with these people. The plot snapped right along, but I'll be honest: I really enjoy character driven novels more than plot driven ones. That may be the reason I truly love this author's work, as she delivers a whole cast of characters to enjoy along with a winner of a main character. I devoured this novel, and highly recommend it! (But do read the first two first).

Here's hoping we get another story from this world (cough....Theron...cough cough).
5.0 out of 5 stars Atlantis Reborn 9 June 2017
By Delta High School Library - Published on
I voluntarily read and reviewed an ARC of this book. Thanks to NetGalley and Entangled Publishing for the opportunity to read and review Atlantis Reborn by Gloria Craw! Alison becomes clan chief and makes choices that change her life. Each book in this series has Alison handling a different life changing event. Atlantis Reborn, the third book of the Atlantis rising series, gives Alison much more than one change to her life. She's matured and knows everything about her past, her parents and her heritage. She gains loyal friends, becomes stronger and enjoys her relationship with Ian. Atlantis reborn is the book of this series with the most action, humor and romance. The ending is also perfect. 5 stars for an entertaining fantasy read!

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