Summary

This is Jack London's companion piece to The Call of the Wild and is the story of the life of a dog who is mostly wolf. Set in the Canadian wilderness during the Gold Rush, the tale opens with his birth in the wild and subsequent deliverance to a Mackenzie Indian named Grey Beaver. We follow him growing from puppyhood among the Indians, through a career as a "fighting wolf" for a despicable owner, to his ulltimate rescue by a kindly Southerner.
Public Domain (P)2010 Michael A. Smith
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5 out of 5 stars
By Maryann on 02-03-15

For anyone who loves animals

This is an engrossing often brutal story. You are never bored and time just flys by. White Fang was a childhood favorite and 70 yeas later I find it just as awe inspiring . Ps don't dispare the ending is happy and satisfying.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Jim on 27-12-16

A classic

The narration is very clear and expressive but not overdone. The story is a classic.

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