A(nother) Year of Orenda – Cold As Hell by Lilja Sigurðardóttir translated by Quentin Bates

A(nother) Year of Orenda – Cold As Hell by Lilja Sigurðardóttir translated by Quentin Bates

Surprise! Or maybe not. We have form for this. Mandie's turn to share her thoughts on Cold As Hell, the first book in a brand new series by Lilja Sigurðardóttir and translated by Quentin Bates. An absolutely cracking read you can find my review right here. Here's what the book is all about: Source: Advance [...]

A(nother) Year of Orenda – Cold As Hell by Lilja Sigurðardóttir translated by Quentin Bates

A(nother) Year of Orenda – Cold As Hell by Lilja Sigurðardóttir translated by Quentin Bates

Today I am delighted to share my thoughts on Cold As Hell, the first book in a brand new series by Lilja Sigurðardóttir and translated by Quentin Bates. I love Lilja's writing and have been looking forward to reading this book for a while. My thanks to publisher Orenda Books for providing the advance copy [...]

A Year of Orenda – Whiteout by Ragnar Jónasson trns Quentin Bates

A Year of Orenda – Whiteout by Ragnar Jónasson trns Quentin Bates

Our Jolabokafloð countdown continues with the penultimate day of Ragnar week and the penultimate Ari Thór book 🥺. I have loved this series and I have loved taking a look back at all my reviews, reminding myself what a joy these books were to read. If I haven't convinced you to pick them up yet, [...]

A Year of Orenda – Rupture by Ragnar Jónasson trns Quentin Bates

A Year of Orenda – Rupture by Ragnar Jónasson trns Quentin Bates

Our Jolabokafloð countdown continues, as does Ragnar week. this time I'm revisiting my review of Rupture, book four in the dark Iceland series featuring Ari Thór Arason. What I really love about this series is how landscape and setting form an integral part of the story, never more obvious than it is in this book, [...]

A Year of Orenda – Blackout by Ragnar Jónasson trns Quentin Bates

A Year of Orenda – Blackout by Ragnar Jónasson trns Quentin Bates

Day three of Ragnar Week, day seven of the Jolabokafloð countdown. Don't forget we have a big giveaway this weekend of some lovely Icelandic fiction just in time for the festive season, all over on Jen Med's Book Reviews on Twitter. Until then I'll taking a look back at book three in the Dark Iceland [...]