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by Charles de Lint

Author: Charles de Lint
Subcategory: Fantasy
Language: English
Publisher: Tor Books; First edition (July 2, 1999)
Pages: 416 pages
Category: Fantasy and Science Fiction
Rating: 4.1
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Jack of Kinrowan Book 1. by. Charles de Lint – . Yeats, from Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry

Jack of Kinrowan Book 1. Charles de Lint. This ebook may not be re-sold or given away to other people. If you’re reading this book and did not purchase it, or it was not purchased for your use only, then please return to Smashwords. com and purchase your own copy. Thank you for respecting the hard work of this author. For MaryAnn and Terri. Yeats, from Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry. Rowan and I and I am sister to the Red Man. my berries are guarded by dreamless dragons.

Jack of Kinrowan includes the stellar Jack The Giant-Killer and its subsequent follow-up Drink . In both tales, de Lint merges the classical Irish and Scottish myth and faerie folklore in a seamless blending of the modern city.

Jack of Kinrowan includes the stellar Jack The Giant-Killer and its subsequent follow-up Drink Down the Moon - both are prime examples of why Charles de Lint is a World Fantasy Award-winning author. Charles de Lint was one of the pioneering, and has ended up one of the premiere, voices in Urban Fantasy - the genre which has given us modern hits like Twilight, Wicked Lovely and Tithe.

Jack of Kinrowan book. Jack the Giant-Killer retells the Jack motif from folklore The story makes wonderful use of fairy motif and allusions (and what de Lint book doesn't)

Jack of Kinrowan book. Jack the Giant-Killer retells the Jack motif from folklore. de Lint has a good twist by making this Jack, a Jacky. The strange thing it that the more interesting character, for me at least, is her friend Kate "Crackernuts" Hazel. Kate seems to be more of a living character. The story makes wonderful use of fairy motif and allusions (and what de Lint book doesn't). The one weak spot was that romance, in particualr the closing pair, seemed not so much forced, as put in the belief that readers want it.

Jack, the Giant Killer (1987) is a contemporary fantasy novel by Charles De Lint. The book is set in present-day Ottawa (where de Lint himself lives), but incorporates many elements of fantasy, folklore, and myth. This book was included, along with Drink Down the Moon (1990), in Jack of Kinrowan (1995).

In de Lint’s version of the tale, the Jack of too many tales to count is a woman called Jacky from modern . Twenty Must Read Retold Tales – An Introduction to the Genre - The Ranting Dragon

In de Lint’s version of the tale, the Jack of too many tales to count is a woman called Jacky from modern Ontario. She is swept up by the Wild Hunt and taken to the land of Faerie, which is just out of sight of her modern city streets. kicked off my de Lint frenzy. I like the description of the veil that separates the "normal" from the Fae. Twenty Must Read Retold Tales – An Introduction to the Genre - The Ranting Dragon. Jack of Kinrowan: Jack the Giant-Killer and Drink Down the Moon.

Jack of Kinrowan: Jack the Giant-Killer, Drink Down the Moon. Twenty original science fiction tales based on the theme of music-by such authors as Marion Zimmer Bradley, Charles de Lint, and Gene Wolfe-include the story of a singer whose ear for music helps her fight crime. ix · Introduction · Anne McCaffrey &am. Systems Thinking, : Managing Chaos and Complexity: A Platform for Designing Business Architecture.

Jack of Kinrowan An acknowledged classic of contemporary fantasy, Jack of Kinrowan brings together .

Jack of Kinrowan An acknowledged classic of contemporary fantasy, Jack of Kinrowan brings together in one volume Charles de Lint's rollicking saga of wild faerie magic on the streets of the city. Jack, the Giant Killer A faceless gang of bikers on Wild Hunt through the streets of present-day Ottawa hurtles young Jacky Rowan across the threshold into the perilous land of Faerie. There, to her dismay, she is hailed as the Jack of Kinrowan, a once-and-future trickster hero whose lot is to save the Elven Courts from unimaginable evil.

NOVEL: This is actually a compliation of De Lint's novels, Jack the Giant Killer (1987) and Drink Down the Moon (1990). Jack is Jacky Rowan, a female protagonist. She is the trickster hero destined to save the Elven Courts from evil.

Jack the Giant-Killer and Drink Down the Moon. Jack of Kinrowan An acknowledged classic of contemporary fantasy, Jack of Kinrowan brings together in one volume Charles de Lint's rollicking saga of wild faerie magic on the streets of the city.

Jack of KinrowanAn acknowledged classic of contemporary fantasy, Jack of Kinrowan brings together in one volume Charles de Lint's rollicking saga of wild faerie magic on the streets of the city.

Jack, the Giant KillerA faceless gang of bikers on Wild Hunt through the streets of present-day Ottawa hurtles young Jacky Rowan across the threshold into the perilous land of Faerie. There, to her dismay, she is hailed as the Jack of Kinrowan, a once-and-future trickster hero whose lot is to save the Elven Courts from unimaginable evil.

Drink Down the MoonOnce the realm of Faerie drew its power from the Moon herself. But now a ghastly creature has stolen that power and enslaved the Fair Folk--and Jacky Rowan herself. Only Johnny Faw, a hadsome fiddler unaware of his magical gifts, has the power to set them free.