Tuesday, June 1, 2021

Blog Tour and Giveaway: The Church Of Tango: A Memoir by Cherie Magnus

Cherie Magnus

on Tour June 1-14 with 
  Church of Tango cover

The Church Of Tango: A Memoir

 Release date: 2012 
292 pages 
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IWhen she couldn’t do anything else, she went to Paris. This is a story of survival that cuts across death, cancer, Alzheimer’s, loss of home and homeland and cherished heirlooms and possessions, loss of shared histories, of hope for one’s children, of hope for the future, of love. But it’s also about finding love and unexpected joy. And about listening to the music and dancing.


The Church of Tango_Cherie Magnus
Cherie Magnus returned home to Los Angeles, California in 2014 after teaching tango in Buenos Aires, Argentina for eleven years. Before her South American expat adventure, she lived in France and Mexico. Cherie worked as a dance research librarian at the Los Angeles Central Library and was a dance critic for local newspapers. She is the author of the Death Dance Destiny Memoir Trilogy, which includes The Church of Tango. Her articles and reviews on dance, books, travel and international culture have been published in magazines, professional journals, and anthologies. To find our more, please visit her website. Follow her on Facebook, and Twitter
You can enter the global giveaway here or on any other book blog participating in this tour. Visit/Follow the participating blogs on Facebook/Twitter, as listed in the entry form below, and win more entry points!


Tweeting about the giveaway everyday of the Tour will give you 5 extra entries each time! [just follow the directions on the entry-form] Global giveaway open to US residents 3 winners will receive a kindle copy of this book




My Review

The Church of Tango is a fascinating memoir by Cherie Magnus. I admired her honesty throughout the pages. She does not hold back on her emotions or how she was able to find her way of coping with tragedy. The details of her adventures were entertaining. I liked her bravery, courage, determination, and how she used the love of tango. It was an overall a very good inspiration. I think so many readers who would be able to relate to it. 

I am giving The Church of Tango four and a half stars. I recommend it for readers who enjoy reading about real people, issues, how they are able overcome a devastating loss and able to heal. I would love to read more books by Cherie Magnus and learn about her. 

I received a copy of The Church of Tango from the publisher. This review is one hundred percent my own honest opinion. 

1 comment:

  1. Nice review, thanks! The good news is that it's now part of a trilogy, so you can read volume 1 and 3! See here for more details: https://www.cheriemagnus.com/books-different-style