The Adventures of the Dwarfgiants: Serpent of the Sulphur Sea

By Steven Jacklin

Children's, Young adult, Fantasy | Paperback, eBook, Audiobook


Driven from Kamistra - their island home - the Dwarfgiants flee cross the Sulphur Sea. With little food and water, they find sanctuary in the remains of a castle ruin on the mysterious island of Helborin. What they don't know is that the ancient structure holds a sinister past - one that is about to repeat itself. If the Dwarfgiants are to survive, Addi, a young Dwarfgiant, must be found. Missing in the Dark Wood, he unwittingly holds the secret that would save them from the evil Raslatombs and the serpent of the Sulphur Sea.



Steven Jacklin resides in the picturesque region of Muskoka, Ontario. Born and raised in Yorkshire, England, his early literary influences included Welsh poet Dylan Thomas, Irish dramatist, Oscar Wilde and English playwright, Harold Pinter. Today, the short stories of Alice Munro and the novels of Hilary Mantel are among Steven’s favourite reads. The thrill of creating imaginary worlds has always been in Steven’s blood and, following some years writing promotional pieces for business, he developed a keen interest in writing fiction.


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Steven Jacklin resides in the picturesque region of Muskoka, Ontario. Born and raised in Yorkshire, England, his early literary influences included Welsh poet Dylan Thomas, Irish dramatist, Oscar Wilde and English playwright, Harold Pinter. Today, the short stories of Alice Munro and the novels of Hilary Mantel are among Steven’s favourite reads. The thrill of creating imaginary worlds has alwa...


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