Jack, the Giant-Killer
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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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Kellswitch - LibraryThing
This was the second Charles De Lint book I ever read and it remains one of my favorites and that made me a fan of the author. I like the sense of fun it has, the easy blending of the modern world and ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - the1butterfly - LibraryThing
Jack, The Giant-Killer by Charles De Lint uses just a tad of the old Jack myth (well, it uses the name and the giant killing...) and lots of faeries in the cities, much like in Emma Bull's War for the Oaks. Like the last book it was interesting, but not all that exciting. Read full review