White Fang - eBook
White Fang - eBook  -     By: Jack London
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Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Open Road Media
Publication Date: 2016
ISBN: 9781504033862
ISBN-13: 9781504033862

Publisher's Description

This thrilling adventure story from the celebrated author of The Call of the Wild traces a wolf-dog’s epic journey from savage beast to man’s best friend

Three men traverse the frozen landscape of the Yukon Territory on a sled—two stand upright, one lies dead in a coffin. Stalked by a pack of starving wolves, the travelers are out of ammunition and low on food. When night falls, the wolves will make their final assault. The men’s time is running short, but White Fang’s story is just beginning.
 
Part wolf, part dog, White Fang is a hunter without a pack, at home neither in the camp nor in the wilderness. From the banks of the frozen Klondike river to the teeming streets of Gold Rush–era San Francisco, White Fang never stops fighting—first to survive, and then to find a home.
 
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Author Bio

Born in San Francisco, Jack London (1876–1916) shoveled coal, pirated oysters, sailed with a sealing schooner, and worked in a cannery as a youth. In 1897, London traveled to the Yukon to join the Klondike gold rush, an experience that inspired many of his later works. Best known for The Call of the Wild (1903), he wrote and published more than fifty volumes of essays, novels, and short stories, and was one of the most popular authors of his era. 
 

Editorial Reviews

"A splendid story." —TheNew York Times
 
Praise for Jack London
"No other popular writer of [London’s] time did any better writing than you will find in Call of the Wild." —H. L. Mencken
 

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