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Anxiety. Frustration. Fear. Trust-Issues. All Socorro wanted in life was to exist without interruption. She had no plans for the present, nor the future. At 2:15pm on her 18th birthday, the past decided it had plans for her instead. Suddenly under the guidance of Merlin and hundreds of years of history, Socorro clashes with the weight of tradition and the expectations of h ...more
Kindle Edition, 1st, 153 pages
Published July 15th 2019 by Amazon Digital Services
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Claire
Oct 21, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Descended is a magical book by Amanda Lynn Almaraz - this is book one in a new series. The story is told by Socorro, a teenager who like many teenagers finds it very hard to live in the modern world and struggles with the life around her. When Socorro turns eighteen, Merlin appears in her home and informs her that a long time ago her parents should have told her that she is a descendant of a Knight ...

This is a totally new life, one which she was never expecting and one which Socorro finds very
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Almaraz dips us into a YA fantasy where the characters are so realistic, that the MC Socorro and her peers are actually a breath of fresh air.

Socorro is a teenager in every sense of the word, she comes from not the easiest background but there’s love there and it’s so important that there’s a good and supportive parental figure in a YA book. Her mom is an undocumented immigrant and there are struggles because of it, and though Socorro has a father, it’s th
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