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It is nice, as the giants appear to like to gobble people up. Very short, and nothing of note. Though this isn't really a fairy tale by any means. Trippy, but not really my thing.
He marries a woman as poor as him and though he is poor, he doesn't want a lot of money. Short, simple, with a decent ending. American Psycho didn't frighten or disturb me as much as this book did.
This story has a number of interesting aspects to it. Do with them as you may, but beware of stepmothers, wicked fairies, and jealous sisters.
Also of note, when the spell fades, the castle itself disappears. Typically, fairy tales are supposed to teach a lesson of sorts, so I would like to share with you the lessons I learned from reading these tales of the fairy. Jack sure does like to kill giants.
There is a key that is also a fairy that is his friend. There are plenty of other lessons I learned, but these were the most prevalent. To me this makes the story so much better. More of a farm-tale, like Charlotte's Web or Babe.
Add some mutants, and I'm in heaven. Although I thoroughly enjoyed this book I would stick to the modernised fairy tale versions. He isn't particularly sly, and this would result in his doom were it not for his brother's slave.
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