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The Giant Killer
by Judd Palmer
Bayeux Arts, 2004
eISBN: 978-1-897411-44-5 | Cloth: 978-1-896209-47-0

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After his prodigious success with the Giant of the Beanstalk, and then subsequent victories over the assorted ogres Cormoran of St. Michael’s Mount, Old Blunderbore (and his brother), Ods Splutter Hur Nails (late of Wales), and so on, Jack the Giant-Killer has almost rid the world of the collossal kind. But disturbing news comes from the far North: a final Giant has unfrozen from the Ice Age, and is wreaking havoc amongst the Inuit. But now Jack is old, made decrepit by the excesses of his fame. Nevertheless, he leaps astride his Golden Hen and goes North in search of the last Giant.

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