DARK TIDE IN SPAIN!? HOPE RECEDING
Now Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events was published to the last book in Scandinavia.
In Spain, sadly, it wasn't. The last novel translated was number 8. (Luckily, there are fans who translated the novels in secret!!)
In Spain, the Ragorlang arc of W.I.T.C.H, which introduced Stephen (Irma's love interest) and let us return to Open Hill and to Charles and Louise Lyndon (<3) was not published either, while it was in Italy, Germany, Sweden... The same can be said of the middle chapters of the Book of the Elements arc, during which the heroines sought the elemental stones. The last arc, the Ladies arc, is also inedit in Spain. (Ditto for fans and piracy!!)
Is the Waterfire saga heading for the same blasted hell of No Export for You!? How come the new Astrid-centric novel has come out in Germany and in Denmark, and even in France already, but not in bloody Spain!? (It hasn't been published in Italy either yet)
Is the old story of Snicket or the Ragorlang repeating itself!?
Waiting at the Planeta page of Upcoming Releases day after day, and now that we are in May...
(What the seven hells!? They published Book 1 of the Zodiac Legacy in Spain, of a boy-centric series aimed at the same age group, already!? I want to cuss as loud as I can at them bloody b****rds!!)
Still, all we have to do is cross our fingers until our knuckles hurt. The furthest upcoming YA release is within 141 days: on the 20th of BLOODY SEPTEMBER.
That's it. I need a blasted drink. And to get my hands on Dark Tide in Denmark and/or in Germany (lucky me that can spend my holidays abroad and know foreign languages!!!).