Tes-Nin's Elbows

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
When a rat-wizard curses her, Tes-Nin develops a bad case of war-hammer elbow. Now she must find the cure, or her fighting days are over - forever.

Between bad medicine and a witch doctor's warning, a lunch-eating dog and a stolen coin-pouch, Tes-Nin's situation goes from bad to worse. Will she ever be able to smoosh orcs again?

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Published by Step5 Transmedia
Words: 8,020
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465754134
About Silver Bowen

Silver Bowen is a cross-genre writer living in Austin, TX. He has multiple animals named after dead rock-and-roll singers, more tattoos than a sailor has curse words, and more discarded careers than a race car driver has wrecked hot rods. He can be reached at silver.quickness-at-gmail.com, he blogs at silverbowen.blogspot.com, and he tweets @silverbowen.

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Review by: Tahlia Newland on Nov. 27, 2011 :
An entertaining, tongue in cheek fantasy about an orc killer with a large hammer and a g-string that collects sand, an evil rat wizard complete with a tiny purple cape and pointy hat, and a curse that gives Tes-Nin’s elbows a nasty case of RSI. Even in this short work, Silver Bowen creates a unique world that comes alive with a delightful combination of drama and humour. One small warning for the punctuation sensitive - Silver does have a strange way with commas.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Tahlia Newland on Nov. 27, 2011 :
An entertaining, tongue in cheek fantasy about an orc killer with a large hammer and a g-string that collects sand, an evil rat wizard complete with a tiny purple cape and pointy hat, and a curse that gives Tes-Nin’s elbows a nasty case of RSI. Even in this short work, Silver Bowen creates a unique world that comes alive with a delightful combination of drama and humour. One small warning for the punctuation sensitive - Silver does have a strange way with commas.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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