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Jig the Goblin
3 : Goblin War

by Jim C. Hines
Jun 1, 2013
6 Hours
All Ages
If you think it's hard being a hobgoblin or a human, try living a goblin's life for a while. In fact, try imagining what it's like to be the runtiest goblin in the caves, the lone worshiper of a god who's been forgotten for a good reason, and the target everyone points to at the first hint of trouble. Try picturing yourself as Jig Dragonslayer, and see how you like it... Despite impossible odds, Jig was still alive. He'd survived an adventurer's quest against a dragon and a necromancer, a pixie invasion that had ogres and trolls dropping like flies, and, most frightening of all, the threat of being made chief of the goblins. He wasn't sure how much more he could stand. Naturally, he was about to find out. War was brewing in the world outside the Mountain, and when the goblin's lair was invaded by human warriors in search of the Rod of Creation, Jig knew it was just the start of another really bad day...

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Director & Cast

Director Nanette Savard
Starring Nanette Savard, Dylan Lynch, Elizabeth Jernigan, Yasmin Tuazon, Patrick Bussink, Richard Rohan, Terence Aselford, Eric Messner, Richard Cutting, Colleen Delany, Lily Beacon, Kimberly Gilbert, David Jourdan, Bradley Smith, Evan Casey, James Konicek, Steven Carpenter, Thomas Keegan, Danny Gavigan, Tim Getman, Scott McCormick, Gregory Gorton and Michael John Casey
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Doug Krentzlin
Dialogue Editors Allison Thomas
Sound Designers Allison Thomas
Original Theme Music Thomas Hogan
Cover Illustrator Jahbulani Ori
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


Exciting! by corey (Posted on 10/21/2018)
Best tied with the Goblin Quest episode imo. Kept me entertained and wanting more!
Third Times the Charm by Scott (Posted on 9/1/2018)
I really think this is the best of the three books. Consequences from the first book finally catch up to Jig and his tribe as human related to the princes from book one have come back for revenge and slave labor. This time its more than Jig or his tribe in trouble, it the whole country and a war between humans and the monster races. We also finally learn more about jigs god Talion Shadowstar and how exactly he and the other forgotten gods where cursed.There is much action, sacrifice and loss in this story. If you listened to either of the other two this is good one to finish on.
Goblin War by Theresa (Posted on 2/3/2018)
Was excited and said to read the lost of the trilogy. Loved the ups and downs of all the creatures that Jig had contact with and how he won them over. Like the wolves and the snack of toes was great. Will read again in the future.
Three Successes out of Three by Christopher (Posted on 3/24/2017)
An excellent "conclusion" to the series.
Well done! by Kenya (Posted on 12/25/2016)
I picked this little gem up at truck stop as I was looking for a way to make my long hauls more exciting. I didn't pay attention to what part I picked up as it was my first time with audio books. I ended up with the third book of the series but it was so good and literally put a movie in my mind ! I had to sign up and find the rest of this trilogy... my kind of mind blowing stories!
Goblin War by Bos (Posted on 11/27/2016)
A great story coming to an end. Wasn't as smooth as the other two but still a good story.
Saved the best for last! by Alan (Posted on 8/7/2016)
A really good ending to the Trilogy. The entire production was done extremely well, and the story was top notch.
a great end by Lionel (Posted on 3/18/2016)
This IMO is the best book of the three. Laughed about them using toes to keep the wolves under control. Very funny!
Thumbs up by Victor (Posted on 7/30/2015)
Great finish. Well worth listening to all three again.
Great End by Brittany (Posted on 5/4/2015)
Love how they ended the series. I was really sad when it was over. It was such a great book. I have recommended this trilogy to many friends and colleagues!
Too bad by Mary Jo (Posted on 11/2/2014)
I took awhile to start this last book of the series. I didn't want it to end. This one was as much fun as the other 2. It was not quite as smooth as the other the first 2. It jumped around a bit in the beginning making it hard to follow. Once it hit its stride it was great fun. I still found it hard to believe how disgusting goblin habits fit smoothly into the story and didn't seem so bad.
Best of the 3 by Eric (Posted on 9/24/2013)
Nicely done all around. This is much more the epic adventure than the first two dungeon crawls. I did like Goblin Quest. Although, I found it a bit formulaic in plot. Goblin Hero had a much more interesting premise. And the plot developed along with the characters. Goblin War had a much bigger feel...a lot like the last Lord of the Rings book. All in all, an enjoyable series. And, I'm always happy when these epic adventures get a bit of humor thrown in to keep from taking them too seriously. Relka (sp?) was my favorite character...great job on the voice acting!

One question I can't help but ask: What happened to Vika from book 2? It seems that she would have played a large part in book 3. But, she is completely absent.

Nevertheless, this was a great way to wrap up the series. Buy it if you're on the fence. :)
Fav of the 3 by Chad (Posted on 9/20/2013)
This one had to be the best of the 3 and that's not saying 1 or 2 were bad just that this one was my personal favorite. If I were to loss my set I would go get another one without a doubt.
Review by Demario Griffin (Posted on 8/19/2013)
A great finality to an epic story: I love how you get to see more of the world the characters inhabit. The story is not as fluid as the previous two, but still very well done.

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