Goblin Hunter

Illustration by Phil Eggerding. His website can be found at http://www.wilderhom.com/mindex.htm


Read by Bruce McDonald

PG for low level violence

You can read more about Jig the goblin in Jim C. Hines’ books Goblin Quest, Goblin Hero and Goblin War. You can purchase these books through an Amazon Bookstore link on our site.

You can find Jim Hines and his goblins at www.jimchines.com

Jig had muck duty again. His shoulder ached from hauling the muck pot around as he scooped gobs of green sludge into shallow indentations in the stone floor. So far, he had made it through his duties without splashing himself. Even the unlit muck blistered skin in a matter of seconds. When burning, the yellow and green flames were almost impossible to extinguish, which was why the goblins used the stuff in the first place. Unlike most muck-workers, Jig had survived several years with his skin and lungs intact.