A Year of Orenda – International Translation Day – Celebrating the Orenda Translators.

A Year of Orenda – International Translation Day – Celebrating the Orenda Translators.

Today is International Translation Day, a time to recognise the talent and skills of the very important group of people who help to make different languages and cultures, and in Orenda Books case, excellent works of fiction, accessible to people everyone. I don't know about you all but I am ashamed to admit that my [...]

A Year of Orenda – The Other Twin by L.V. Hay

A Year of Orenda – The Other Twin by L.V. Hay

Today I am passing the blog back to Mandie who continues her Year of Orenda , 50 for 50 challenge with a review of The Other Twin by L.V. Hay. this was my first taste of the author's work and I reviewed it couple of years back. If you'd like to see what I thought [...]

A Year of Orenda – The Seven Doors by Agnes Ravatn (trns Rosie Hedger)

A Year of Orenda – The Seven Doors by Agnes Ravatn (trns Rosie Hedger)

Today is is my absolute pleasure to be joining the blog tour for The Seven Doors, the latest atmospheric and mysterious thriller from author Agnes Ravatn and Orenda Books. The author's previous novel, The Bird Tribunal, remains one of my favourite books of all time and I was delighted to hear that a new title [...]

A Year of Orenda – The Last Stage by Louise Voss

A Year of Orenda – The Last Stage by Louise Voss

Today I pass the blog back to Mandie who has her review of The Last Stage by Louise Voss as part of our Year of Orenda. A tense psychological thriller, full of secrets and misdirection, I reviewed this book a while back as part of the blog tour. If you'd like to read my thoughts, [...]

A Year of Orenda – I Am Dust by Louise Beech

A Year of Orenda – I Am Dust by Louise Beech

Beech week Awww, It's the last day of Beech Week 😞 Not to worry though as Mandie is here with her review of another absolutely stunning book - I Am Dust. Kind of a gothic novel crossed with a murder mystery, this has all the emotions, chills and intrigue that you could ask for, combined [...]