Welcome everyone! Book Terminal Tours is very excited to be kicking off our tour of The Poetry of Secrets by Cambria Gordon! We are featuring some amazing bloggers on this tour, so be sure to follow along with the schedule this week!
I’ve attached the list of bloggers, but please be sure to check back at the official tour schedule for links every day!
The Poetry of Secrets by Cambria Gordon
Published: February 2, 2021
Publisher: Scholastic Press
Genre: YA Historical Fiction
Perfect for fans of Ruta Sepetys and Elizabeth Wein, this lyrical portrait of hidden identities and forbidden love is set against the harrowing backdrop of the Spanish Inquisition.
Isabel Perez carries secrets with her every day.
As a young woman in 1481, Trujillo, Spain, Isabel should be overjoyed that the alguacil of the city wants to marry her. She is supposed to be flattered especially because she and her family are conversos, Jews forced to convert to Catholicism — leaving them low in the hierarchy of the new Spanish order. But, although she can’t tell anyone, she only has eyes for Diego Altamirano, a young nobleman whose family would never let him court Isabel.
So for now she sneaks out to attend poetry readings, for she longs to one day be a famous poet…another secret wish that may never come true.
But Isabel’s most dangerous secret is this: Though the Perezes claim to be New Christians, they still practice Judaism in the refuge of their own home. When the Spanish Inquisition reaches Trujillo determined to punish such judaizers, Isabel finds herself in more danger than she ever could have imagined. Amidst the bloodshed and intolerance, she and Diego will have to fight for their lives in a quest to truly be free.
Tour Schedule – Bloggers
Welcome Post – We Write At Dawn
Oh! The Books You Can Read! – Review
Angela Walker’s Reviews – Interview
Geekiemind – Review
Lady Readsalot – Review
Kait Plus Books – Top 10 List
Wonderland Novels – Review / Mood Board
The Clever Reader – Review
Fantastically Bookish – Review
Small Stained Pages – Review / Fav Quotes
Pop Reads Reviews – Mood Board
BooksDramas&More – Review / Fav Quotes
The World of Celia McMahon – Review