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Book Translation

Book Translation

Professional and reliable book translations

The translation of a book is quite different to the translation of a marketing brochure or a legal document and is often an art in itself.  The process of translating a book can be quite time consuming and involves in-depth research to ensure that the translator reflects the exact meaning of the author’s intention.  We are your ideal partner when it comes to the translation of any type of book.

WORDtrans carefully select the most suitable mother tongue translator with the right remit for your subject matter and our experienced Project Managers ensure that we deliver a high quality and on time translation.

Our team of book translators offer translations across all fields including the translation of:

  • Poetry
  • Essays
  • Drama
  • Non-fiction
  • Magazines
  • Serials
  • Academic journals
  • Any other literary works

Every book translation is different so please contact us to discuss your requirements or to request a quotation.

Please contact us on +44(0)1342826064 to discuss your requirements or request a quote now.

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