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They Could Have Named Her Anything
- A Novel
- By: Stephanie Jimenez
- Narrated by: Almarie Guerra
- Length: 10 hrs and 55 mins
Every morning, seventeen-year-old Maria Anís Rosario takes the subway an hour from her boisterous and close-knit family in Queens to her private high school on the Upper East Side, where she struggles to fit in as one of the only Latina students - until Rocky welcomes her into this new life. White, rebellious, and ignored by her wealthy parents, Rocky uses her money toward one goal: to get away with anything. To Maria, it’s a dazzling privilege.
- By Lily Jones on 08-14-19
I thought I would enjoy this book but boy it was a major disappointment. I tried to hang in there and listen to the entire book (i was hoping something good would happen) but I just couldn't finish it.
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