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Title:Jack, the Giant Killer (Jack of Kinrowan, #1)
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Publisher:Ace
ISBN:0441379702
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Number of Pages:202
Category:Fantasy, Urban fantasy, Fairy tales, Fiction, Science fiction fantasy

Jack, the Giant Killer (Jack of Kinrowan, #1) by Charles de Lint

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Jack, the Giant Killer (Jack of Kinrowan, #1) Behind the everyday streets of the ordinary world lies a Faerie world where trolls and goblins lurk Jacky Rowan didn t believe in trolls and goblins but she has been marked for destruction and sent on a quest that only a fool would dare take in order to save both the human and the Faerie worlds from a nightmarish demise

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Memory and Dream (Newford, #2), Dreams Underfoot (Newford, #1), Moonheart, The Onion Girl (Newford, #8), Widdershins (Newford, #11), The Little Country, Someplace to Be Flying (Newford, #5), Jack of Kinrowan, Forests of the Heart (Newford, #7), The Blue Girl (Newford, #15)
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