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The Legend Of Lisalway (jig) on The Session


3.5. Jig is an average goblin. Well, maybe a little below average. He's clever, but small, and weak. That's why it's such a surprise when he accidentally gets recruited into a party of adventurers looking to fight the cave's resident dragon. And then, to defend his tribe against an invasion of pi...
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This is a big, fun, fluffy read. Hines has a lighthearted tone and a snide humor, especially speaking through the voices of the unsophisticated, barbaric goblins. I really enjoyed the characterization of Jig the unlikely hero, and the setting of his under-mountain home. The stories follow the epo...
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Picked this up on a whim after the cover/title caught my eye in a book store. Perfectly enjoyable if very simple comedy/fantasy combination....kinda like if a (less funny) Douglas Adams wrote a knockoff of Lord of the Rings. Infinitely better than National Lampoons attempt to do exactly that (Bor...
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I actually read this in the three separate books (before they were amalgamated together). It's a typical fantasy endeavor with a hero who is hilarious (he spends most of his time trying to get himself out of the story and has a sarcastic wit that I love). An easy read that had me (literally) laughi...
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I found this to be a "feel good smile" book rather then the more tiring type of "automated rifle joke laugh out loud" kind of comedy. Easy to read in the extreme, and i think that is often underestimated how hard it is to do and still have a entertaining story to tell.
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Enter a world of fantasy and adventure in Jim C. Hines The Legend of Jig Dragonslayer. In Goblin Quest, we travel to one of Adenkar's more lively mountains, venturing down into it's dark tunnels to discover a point of view rarely imagined by mankind. All manner of vile beast dwells here, includin...
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