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The humor is constant, relying on situations and characters' emotions to provide genuine laughs.
This is a great sequel to the first book, Goblin Quest, taking us further into the life and adventures of our Goblin hero Jig and his wonderful firespider, Smudge.
Over the course of the book the characters grow from roughly sketched stereotypes into finely drawn personalities.
When a large, nasty ogre comes into the goblin lair, demanding to see Jig Dragonslayer, Jig realizes that he is about to have yet another adventure. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Kurt A. Johnson
Fun, adorable series. I just discovered this author, but I'm buying all his stuff. Fun without being brainless.Published 2 months ago by BH
I found the precursor to this book, "Goblin Quest", randomly while following my favorite authors on Twitter. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Bradford Stephens
the second book in the series just keeps getting better. sure, it's a little slow getting started but it does get better.Published 8 months ago by chris ash
If you are really wondering what happened to the Jig after the first book, this will "scratch that itch" but somehow it is not as fun. Read morePublished 9 months ago by C. S. Kaufman
I didn't like the beginning as much as the first book. Specifically, I didn't like the new character whose perspective shares the book with that of Jig from the last book. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Scott Wozniak
A great read all the way through. I wasn't anticipating being as drawn into this as I was - I expected classic sword and sorcery with a goblin thrown in. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Dragontologist
Poor Jig. See, he thought he was safe after the events of Goblin Quest. The adventurers were gone, the cave entrance was sealed, and he had established himself as necessary to the... Read morePublished 13 months ago by M.
What a fun set of books, I can't wait to see what Jig and friends get up to next. Loved Smudge too.Published 14 months ago by Sally Parks