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Title: “The Secret Diaries of Juan Luis Vives”
Author: Tim Darcy Ellis
Genres: Spanish literature, psychological literary fiction, religious historical fiction
Description: When an electrician is hired to re-wire the medieval buildings of the College of Brueges, he stumbles upon a wooden box behind the building’s plaster wall. The box contains the secret diaries of the the tutor of Princess Mary Tudor and the confidante of both Catherine of Aragon and King Henry VIII, who played the impossible game of double agent. He was a great renaissance scholar, and the friend of royals.
He was Juan Luis Vives, a humanist and humanitarian who lectured on the rights of animals and advocated literacy for all women. When he was just thirty years old he engaged with the greatest minds of his day: Erasmus and Sir Thomas More. But he had a secret he had to keep hidden at all costs.