When the Stars Go Blue

A Novel by Caridad Ferrer

  • Published: Jul 29, 2020

Winner of an International Latino Book Award, When the Stars Go Blue is a contemporary interpretation of Bizet's Carmen in which the fiery gypsy is reinvented as a modern-day dancer, torn between the attentions of an intense, disciplined music prodigy... read more

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Details of When the Stars Go Blue

Exact title of the book
When the Stars Go Blue
Book author
Caridad Ferrer
ISBN
9781429925747
Publisher
St. Martin's Publishing Group
Published
Nov 23, 2010
Language
English
Format
PDF, FB2, EPUB, MOBI
File size (in PDF)
3024 kB

Some brief overview of book

Winner of an International Latino Book Award, When the Stars Go Blue is a contemporary interpretation of Bizet's Carmen in which the fiery gypsy is reinvented as a modern-day dancer, torn between the attentions of an intense, disciplined music prodigy and a flamboyant soccer player. Dance is Soledad Reyes's life. About to graduate from Miami's Biscayne High School for the Performing Arts, she plans on spending her last summer at home teaching in a dance studio, saving money, and eventually auditioning for dance companies.

That is, until fate intervenes in the form of fellow student Jonathan Crandall who has what sounds like an outrageous proposition Forget teaching. Why not spend the summer performing in the intense environment of the competitive drum and bugle corps? The corps is going to be performing Carmen, and the opportunity to portray the character of the sultry gypsy proves too tempting for Soledad to pass up, as well as the opportunity to spend more time with Jonathan, who intrigues her in a way no boy ever has before.

But in an uncanny echo of the story they perform every evening, an unexpected competitor for Soledad's affections appears Taz, a member of an all-star Spanish soccer team. One explosive encounter later Soledad finds not only her relationship with Jonathan threatened, but her entire future as a professional dancer.

About author

Ferrer is a winner of the RITA and International Latino Book Award. She is the author of AdiĆ³s to My Old Life and It's Not About the Accent. Ferrer was a drum major in high school and a member of the drum and bugle corps for three years.

She lives with her family near Seattle, Washington.

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