For the past five years or so, I've been reading Polish writer Andrzej Sapkowski's fiction in translation, first in English (Last Wish and Blood of the Elves), then in Spanish (the full Geralt saga and the first Hussite Trilogy book, Narrenturm). I just learned that the second volume, Los guerreros de Dios (God's Warriors or The Warriors of God, depending on your preference) was just released in Spain on September 21 by Alamut. Despite my recent cutback on purchasing new fiction, I think this will be a book that I will be importing in the near future from Spain, which should say how much I enjoyed Sapkowski's previous novels.
Speaking of Sapkowski, maybe after I finish this Malazan re-read/review project, I'll finish reviewing the last few books in the Geralt series and then start reviewing the first two-thirds of the Hussite Trilogy. Sound like something that might interest readers?