Quentin the Troll and the Wedding of Doom by Daniel Eness

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When Quentin discovers four relatives dead on the eve of his son's wedding, the bride missing, and a horde of goblins closing in, those are the least of his problems:

His wife has put him in charge of tracking down the cake.

Quentin the Troll and the Wedding of Doom is a short fantasy of monstrous proportions.

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He already had more than enough trouble on his massive hands. His oldest son’s wedding (to the ugliest girl on Three) was in five days, his wife was pregnant for the fourteenth time in twenty years and his fledgling shipping business was going down the latrine.

Now, four of Quentin’s cousins lay at his feet, dead. Even by troll standards, it was shaping up to be a bad morning.


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Published February 5, 2012 by Eortholic Press. 25 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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