Publish date: 2006
Pages no: 206
Edition language: English
This was my first introduction to Jack London's work and I thoroughly enjoyed it. The storyline was gritty and very in keeping with the period and the tough life for pioneers in the wilderness of north america. But, it was also gripping and offered a really satisfying read. On the strength of this b...
In the desolate, frozen wilds of northwest Canada, White Fang, a part-dog, part-wolf cub soon finds himself the sole survivor of a litter of five. In his lonely world, he soon learned to follow the harsh law of the North—kill or be killed.But nothing in his young life prepared him for the cruelty of...
First published in the early 1900, “White Fang” was an immediate success upon its release and throughout the years, generations of young and not so young readers enjoyed passing time getting to know the loveable wild wolfdog. The story is said from the viewpoint of the canine character and takes pla...
For reasons that I am not sure I can adequately describe, I will always have a special place I my heart for White Fang (both the novel and the title character). This was one of my favorite stories as a child, and I decided to read it again as a grown-up alongside a friend who was reading it for the ...
I tried to read this book many times. I now wonder what took me so long! I really enjoyed this book, and the touching example of what a kind heart can do to a damaged soul.
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