Review: The Descendant by Ally Capraro

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The Descendant
(Guardians of the Worlds #1)
by Ally Capraro
Published March 29, 2016

officialsynopPossessed villains. Intriguing guardians. Multiple words.
Ava Davenport is in the midst of her wedding preparations when her world is thrown upside down by a night visitor. He has a mind blowing message and Ava can’t keep her mind off it and… off him.

˃˃˃ The Contact
When she can no longer tell the difference between dreams and reality, she visits a shrink and a shaman. But when neither of them truly understand her, Ava gets closer with her visitor who explains why she is the most sought after person in all the worlds.

˃˃˃ The Descendant
Ava is not a regular human. She possesses abilities no other being in any world can imagine. She is the key to the evil Xemlix plan of enslaving Earth.

After being almost captured by the cruel villains, she is rescued by Meldrick Richglow, her night visitor, and she crosses the portal to the Lapo civilization, the land of milk and honey, where she is safe, but not for long.

The evil Xemlix are terrorizing Earth and can only be defeated with Ava’s supernatural abilities, which haven’t yet awakened.

˃˃˃ The Series
“The Descendant” is the first YA sci-fi/fantasy romance novel in the “Guardians of the Worlds” series. It features fast paced action, side-splitting comedy and out of this world romance.

officialreviewWords can’t explain how much I was enthralled while reading The Descendant. It was an experience like no other.

Ava’s been busy with her upcoming wedding, but something’s off after she receives the strangest news ever. Because Ava Davenport isn’t your usual human. There’s something more to her than meets the eye. Beyond realms, a different world exists, one that promises hope, magic, beauty and love.

Earth, however is plagued by fear. The planet is being terrorized by the Xemlix in the hopes of succumbing people to a force that would soon take over the world. And that’s where Ava and Meldrick RIchglow enter the picture.

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I loved how this story unfolded right before my very eyes. I was instantly drawn into a world of menace, terror, fear and fantasy and supernatural. Ally Capraro was able to weave a realm that’s comparable to a Disney inspired movie. I even read this to my ten year old child who love fairy tales. We can’t wait to read what happens next to Ava & Meldrick and to that unfathomable Jovious and Lord Slith! Truly an exciting and marvelous read!

My Rating: 

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