Kajo by Elina Pitkäkangas is the second book of Kuura-trilogy. This book is urban fantasy with werewolves and surprising plot twists.
One day the sun is shining and the skies are blue, next morning it’s foggy, a sour wind blowing and wet snow is falling from the skies. That’s Norwegian spring for you. Luckily the Norwegian spring releases features books that is suitable for any kind of surprises the weather gods have in store for us:
Today we proudly present to you a guest blog written by the Icelandic author Arnar Már Arngrímsson. Arngrímsson won the Nordic Council Prize in November 2016 for his debut novel Sölvasaga unglings.
We have asked some of our Danish bloggers to share their favorite reads of 2016. These are the books that the bloggers liked the most: Sabrina from Sabrina`s blog recommends De 7 synder (eng: “The seven sinns”) by Katja Berger. Katja Berger is a debutant and gives us a really good and easy fantasy book, which…
Check out all the new releases in Finland this spring!
We have asked some of our blogging friends to share their Nordic favorites of 2016. Today we have two Finnish bloggers who share their favorite reads with us.
Finnish book blog community has given their Blogistania awards in four different categories: Blogistania Finlandia, Blogistania Globalia, Blogistania Kuopus and Blogistania Tieto.
The Finnish Topelius and Arvid Lydecken awards have been given!
2016 has come to an end and it is time to talk about our favorites of the year. NUBB’s editorial staff has spoken, here are our best reads of 2016: Anna: Ravnenes hvisken by Malene Sølvsten Ravnenes hvisken is a Danish fantasy novel about Anne, a girl who has moved from place to place in Nordjylland, from…
We have asked some of our bloging friends to share their Nordic favorites of 2016. Today we have three Norwegian bloggers who shares their favorite reads with us. Perhaps you’re in need of tips on what to read next or looking for a Christmas present? Look no further, here are books ready for wraping and…
Comfortably tucked between Sweden and Finland, Åland sits as the crown jewel of the Baltic Sea. From here, Katja runs the blog Bokhuset, focusing mainly on YA and children’s literature and more often than not from independent publishers. We asked her for her top three Swedish books from 2016.