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Jodi and the Witch of Bodbury (2014)
Out of This World (2014)
Over My Head (2013)
The Cats of Tanglewood Forest (2013)
Under My Skin (2012)
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The Very Best of Charles de Lint (2010)
Muse and Reverie (2009)
Eyes Like Leaves (2009)
The Mystery of Grace (2009)
Woods and Waters Wild (2009)
Yellow Dog (2008)
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Dingo (2008)
Little (Grrl) Lost (2007)
Old Man Crow (2007)
Promises to Keep (2007)
Widdershins (2006)
Triskell Tales 2 (2006)
Make A Joyful Noise (2006)
The Hour Before Dawn (2005)
Quicksilver & Shadow (2005)
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Refinerytown (2003)
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A Handful of Coppers (2003)
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Tapping the Dream Tree (2002)
Waifs and Strays (2002)
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Triskell Tales (2000)
Forests of the Heart (2000)
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Moonlight and Vines (1999)
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Trader (1997)
Jack of Kinrowan (1997)
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Memory & Dream (1994)
The Wild Wood (1994)
Into the Green (1993)
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I'll Be Watching You (1992)
From a Whisper to a Scream (1992)
Merlin Dreams in the Mondream Wood (1992)
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Paperjack (1991)
Our Lady of the Harbour (1991)
Hedgework and Guessery (1991)
Death Leaves an Echo (1991)
Ghosts of Wind and Shadow (1991)
Uncle Dobbin's Parrot Fair (1991)
The Little Country (1991)
The Dreaming Place (1990)
Angel of Darkness (1990)
Ghostwood (1990)
Drink Down the Moon (1990)
The Fair in Emain Macha (1990)
Philip José Farmer's The Dungeon: The Hidden City (1990)
Westlin Wind (1989)
Berlin (1989)
Philip José Farmer's The Dungeon: The Valley of Thunder (1989)
Svaha (1989)
Wolf Moon (1988)
Greenmantle (1988)
Jack the Giant-Killer (1987)
Ascian in Rose (1987)
Yarrow: An Autumn Tale (1986)
Mulengro: A Romany Tale (1985)
The Harp of the Grey Rose (1985)
Moonheart: A Romance (1984)
The Riddle of the Wren (1984)
De Grijze Roos (1983)
Drink Down the Moon
Drink Down the Moon
Ace

Drink Down the Moon
Ace

In Jack the Giant-Killer, where magical creatures carry on a secret existence in the streets and parks of modern Ottawa, Jacky Rowan once slew giants. In this thrilling sequel, she's tricked then enslaved by a master of vicious, Unseelie creatures. This cruel thief is bent on to stealing his very sustenance—not only from Jackie—but from all of the Seelie faerie court. Only the Moon herself and a handsome young fiddler, unaware of Faerie and the power of his music, have the magic to set Jacky free.

Source: Triskell Press

Reviews
From Rave Reviews, 1990:
De Lint's faerie world is as refreshing a piece of modern fantasy as you'll hope to find. His style is extremely readable, and his wonderful characters are quite colourful. In Drink Down the Moon, you'll enjoy a wealth of faerie legend and lore.

From Booklist, American Library Association, May 1990:
De Lint continues the adventures of Jacky Rowan from Jack, the Giant-killer, maintaining his mastery of fantasy with a contemporary setting. For the majority of fantasy collections and anywhere, de Lint has an audience.

From Locus Magazine, May 1990:
…another good example of Charles de Lint's contemporary fantasy: hard choices by well drawn individuals dealing with more than they thought they would ever have to.

Editions
Ace; mass market, 1990 Reprinted in Jack of Kinrowan, Tor; mass market, 1995
Tokyo Sogen sha, Japan; mass market, 1996 Reprinted in Jack of Kinrowan, Orb; trade paperback, 1999

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