The Iron Teeth: A Goblin's Tale
A new, darker age is dawning. The greed of kings has ignited a seemingly endless war. As men fight, the monsters of the untamed wilds are devouring the frontier. Villages are abandoned as fields go fallow. Murderous bandits roam the desolation.
None of that matters to a nameless goblin slave. He just wants to eat as much food as he can shove into his mouth when no one is looking, but fate runs a twisted course, so instead he is whisked away to the far off Iron Teeth Mountains. To stay alive, he will have to evolve into something more than a simple goblin, and carve a bloody path through the forests of the North.
However, first he has to get over his crippling fear of trees, and survive in a place where everything considers him to be the perfect size for a quick snack...
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This story captured my imagination in the most wonderful way, it’s not your normal reincarnation fiction that you find all over this site. It’s a story of a weak goblin with slightly more smarts then the rest of his kin looking for ways to survive, you watch as he grows stronger and smarter and even forming loyalties to the people he cares for. Truly an amazing story that deserves to be made into a proper book. I’ve only found small grammar errors throughout the story which can be easily fixed by someone going through it once or twice, good sir I applaud you for the story your juicy mind has come up with.
I really like this story, the grammar mistakes are almost unnoticeable because you are so focused on reading the story your brain typically just auto-corrects it. I really can't wait to see what trouble Blacknail gets into next!
One of my all time favorites. I love the setting and the characters. I do hope Herad gets more sides to her personality. I don't know if this is just a coincidence but the story reminds me of Dragon's Dogma(DD Dark Arisen). Just a question, but will he evolve into an ogre or another variant later?
Love ur work bro it's refreshing, smart and i always seem to want more. Love the growth of blacknail too can't wait to see him turn epic, maybe branch into more evolutionary paths and take over the clan, the north then the world if that's where the story leads. Just a reminder if u ever have doubts about ur story and don't like where it's going or that you have messed up in anyway just think of some dude sitting on a toilet chucking a shit glued to the phone (only peace u can get sometimes) thoroughly enjoying a great read (TMI but the visual should serve a good purpose haha)
One of the best works on this site! The world is well defined and you experience it as the characters explore. Having a MC that starts with as much knowledge as the audience lends a very organic method of discovery to the narrative.
I love this story and I love the MC. But if I were you I’ll let the chapters pile up before reading as the pacing is slow. It’s great storytelling 10/10. Crammer 10/10. Character 10/10. The story 9/10. The 1 is for the pacing, I feel like it needs to go a bit more faster, it’s too slow. I don’t mind slow pace, but when you have such small chapters it gets irritating.
I really enjoyed the story, the goblin mc idea is well explored and highly enjoyable as a twist. The author writes well and the story was well visualised with a unique MC, magic system and world building. Plenty of potential for some sort of spin off stories in the same world.
Well, just as the title says it's a really awesome story that deserves more love.
First off, none of that reincarnation or virtual reality stuff. Here we got a straight up regular crap goblin in a fantasy world getting picked up by a bandit so he can do odd jobs and generally be useful.
This means we get a perspective we don’t generally see, but it also means he’s really weak, cowardly and generally useless to begin with. So there is a pretty big lack of action at the start and the world as we perceive it is very small, centered around this one character and his life. But because of this we get more detail into individual characters and the world around the MC, and he develops at a more sane pace, as opposed to suddenly being OP as heck.
The grammar is solid, the pace is fairly slow, the world is interesting from what we can see and the characters are being developed pretty well. None of the characters are completely generic and have a decent amount of depth. Definitely worth a read in my opinion. I look forward to its continued development.
The Iron Teeth is a great story from the prospective of natures lowliest of creatures, the goblin. A different type of story that follows said goblin as he evolves and learns about the world around him. 9/10