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Lost in Translation Tag!

Big thank you to Leah @LeahsBooks and Julie @OneBookMore for tagging me in this fun tag. They both run fantastic blogs and you should definitely go and check them out!

The Rules:

  1. Pick the last book you read.
  2. Put that book in Google Translate and translate it into 3 different languages, then back to English. (Please put which languages you used to translate them!)
  3. See how close (or how far) it is to the original book title.
  4. Lastly, put the original book title at the bottom and talk about your last read!

Translated English to Polish

Siedem diabłów

Translated Polish to Welsh

Saith cythraul

Translated Welsh to Maori

E whitu nga rewera

Translated Maori back to English

There are seven demons

The Book!

When Eris faked her death, she thought she had left her old life as the heir to the galaxy’s most ruthless empire behind. But her recruitment by the Novantaen Resistance, an organization opposed to the empire’s voracious expansion, throws her right back into the fray.

Eris has been assigned a new mission: to infiltrate a spaceship ferrying deadly cargo and return the intelligence gathered to the Resistance. But her partner for the mission, mechanic and hotshot pilot Cloelia, bears an old grudge against Eris, making an already difficult infiltration even more complicated.

When they find the ship, they discover more than they bargained for: three fugitives with firsthand knowledge of the corrupt empire’s inner workings.

Together, these women possess the knowledge and capabilities to bring the empire to its knees. But the clock is ticking: the new heir to the empire plans to disrupt a peace summit with the only remaining alien empire, ensuring the empire’s continued expansion. If they can find a way to stop him, they will save the galaxy. If they can’t, millions may die.

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  1. Ooh, that’s pretty good! I love it 😃 You posting this tag has just made me go and do mine and I’ll be posting it up later this week haha this is so fun. I love seeing how things are translated in different languages!

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