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December 31, 2020

[Review] Atlantis Institute For Dangerous Criminals #1 ~ Imprisoned Heir by River Starr

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Atlantis Institute 
For Dangerous Criminals
Book 1 : Imprisoned Heir

Author : River Starr

Number of pages : 304

Publication date : July 1st 2020

Collection : /

Publisher : Independant Publishing

We’re the most dangerous criminals…

They call me Nyx. Under the cover of night, I used to steal from the rich to give to the supernaturals at the bottom of the chain, and to earn enough money to find a cure for my sister’s death curse.

After an… accident we’ll call it, I ended up with a one-way ticket to the sea fae’s top prison: Atlantis. Not the lost city, but the inescapable penitentiary beneath the sea fae court. The Atlantis Institute For Dangerous Criminals is where the vilest supernatural prisoners are kept. Assassins. Murderers. Treasonists. And the three supernaturals sentenced with me are the most ruthless of the worst. Dax, the dark, enticing vampire whose gaze is too intimate for a total stranger; Titus, the fiery dragon shifter with an anger problem; and Frost, the winter fae with a chilly personality to match her ice-blue eyes.

But to escape and survive, we’ll have to work together despite our differences…

We may not get along, but we’re all we have to survive and escape Atlantis Prison. It won’t be easy. Someone thinks I’m a criminal—but I have no memory of committing the murder, and it wasn’t amnesia…

It was the other soul inside of me.

My Review
I must have something with the prisons and the fae. This is already the second book I read with these themes.
We reinvent Atlantis in an underwater prison with faes, vampires and shifters.
It's interesting to see Nyx trying to get away with Eos' actions. It's annoying at the same time because I got the impression that it only leads to more problems.
The blow of the predestined mate is like a smirk of fate.
I struggled to get into the story at first but as I progressed through the narrative I got hooked more and more. I wanted to find out what was going to happen next.
The end leaves us with answers but new questions arise. I want to read the rest while being afraid at the same time. Long live the paradoxes.
Rating : 4,1/5


I would like to thanks River Starr and Xpresso Book Tours for the free copy of this book.


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