As the group moves deeper into the tunnels, Jig finds himself face to face with creatures of goblin legend: ogres, trolls, not to mention the long-dead servants of the dreaded Necromancer, all leading to one final, deadly battle.
To survive, Jig will have to find a way to combine heroism with his own goblin ideals. The result is an unpredictable adventure that will leave readers cheering this unlikeliest of heroes and questioning some of the most basic traditions of fantasy quests. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
Bought this set for a family member. Arrived in good condition. He was thrilled to receive this set.Published 9 days ago by Geri Haigh
Jig is a goblin and that pretty much says it all. find out how he survives dangers that make seasoned adventurers pause and *plan* (but only sometimes). Read morePublished 4 months ago by Barak Brudo
Jig and Smudge are my two new favorite characters.
What a great new twist on an old "classic" story.
I totally enjoyed this book. A great read for anyone. I am looking forward to the rest of the series.Published 5 months ago by Mark Gale
this, by far, was one of the most enjoyable fantasy reads that I've had the pleasure of finishing in a long time.Published 7 months ago by chris ash
The 1st volume of a trilogy that stands well on its own. It is also the best book of the series, by far. Anyone that has played on D&D will find the book very entertaining. Read morePublished 7 months ago by C. S. Kaufman
This story is delightful. Funny and fast paced, the plot twists surprised me many times. A too small goblin with more intelligence than normal gets dragged into an adventure with a... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Scott Wozniak
Love Jim C. Hines later works, but hadn't read the Jig series. Decided to finally start it. Pretty good stuff. Love that the goblin is the hero.Published 12 months ago by SporadicReviews dot com
Fun idea, well executed. From a little earlier in Hines' career so it's not as tight as his usual prose, but still very enjoyable. Read more