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Call of the Wild - Jack London Reviews

!!! SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST! !!

Dec 01, 2010 03:56 PM Read

“Read this book and you’ll strain at the shackles that binds you to your normal way of life. You’ll want to break free, test yourself, become what you truly are – whatever that may be. - AVI “. Now that I have finished reading the book, I am in total agreement with these words. HOW I GOT TO K...Read More

A bold reminder of why 'wild' animals are.

Jul 31, 2009 03:38 AM Read

Dogs are among the most helpful of creatures to man, being both protector, hunter and companion. It is worthwhile to note that in some forms(i. e. wolves, coyotes, dingos, jackals) dogs and men have clashed in almost every culture throughout history, at one point or another. In his typical wa...Read More

Could Have Been Better

Jan 26, 2017 12:23 AM Read

His portrayal of the Alaskan landscape is extraordinary. I have never been to The Frozen North yet when I read this book I could picture it in my mind plainly. Notwithstanding, that does not take away what I think about the story itself. It wasn't terrible. It was intriguing, yet I couldn't a...Read More

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A fictional masterpiece

Jan 06, 2017 12:00 PM Read (via Mobile)

The book is a masterpiece. Written by jack london it makes me wonder how someone could go into such depths of animal behaviour and observe them so carefully so as to write this incredible masterpiece. A true beauty jack london. A must read book for everyone who wants to dwell into a world full o...Read More

The call of the buck

May 17, 2011 10:47 AM Read

Jack London’s Call of the Wild is the story of a dog’s journey from living a cocooned life in sunny California, to the unforgiving frozen dunes of the arctic. A man’s greed stole Buck’s comfortable life. He was sold by his master’s trusted servant to men heading south in search of that precious ...Read More

 
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Call of the Wild and Jack London

Jul 16, 2010 09:34 AM Read

The hero of the book ‘the Call of the Wild’ Buck is a giant dog raised by Judge Miller in a mild valley in the warm south area of America who is sold to the north where the weather is severely cold and unpleasant as a sled dog and is compelled to lead a hard life, going through tons of agonies i...Read More

Call of the wild

Feb 09, 2010 09:00 PM Read

Well. I think, the book is really great. Jack London tried to describe the life in its real way. Of course, we can' find in this book the thoughts of the dog, but the book teach us the real life, not in a big comfortable flat, but life, which consists of fighting with nature. We don't know wh...Read More

Jack London - The Man!!!

Sep 10, 2008 12:28 PM Read

Being one for toughness, nature and adventure, have always been fascinated by Jack London's writing and the characters that he creates. The first book by this great author that I read was Sea Wolf. The tale was just gripping, and for a Long time, I wanted to grow up and become Wolf Larsen, or at...Read More

Cool Book.

Mar 03, 2008 06:41 AM Read

Call of the Wild was a good book about the main character, Buck, who lived at Judge Miller's Santa Clara Valley Estate. While there, he became the "head dog" or the leader or the group. Then when world came out about gold in Alaska, Manuel, the gardener, took Buck to the train station and exchan...Read More

A real adventure novel

Feb 27, 2008 05:14 AM Read

The story of Buck, a strong willed, tough, survivor dog, is told in Jack London's book "Call of the Wild". The adventure begins on a sunny estate. But not one chapter into the book, Buck is taken from his home and turned over to "the man in the red sweater". This man beats the dog to break hi...Read More

Good, yet confusing at times.

Feb 25, 2008 12:17 AM Read

The Call of the Wild is a compelling book in which the main character, Buck, is forced into the frigid Yukon wilderness as a sled-pulling dog. In the beginning, he is kidnapped from his home at Judge Millers estate in a warm, sun-kissed valley and is taken away to be trained. They take Buck t...Read More

The Call by Jack London.

Aug 27, 2003 12:08 PM Read

''Old longings nomadic leap, Chafing at custom's chain; Again from its brumal sleep Wakens the ferine strain.'' -John Myers O'hara The Call of the Wild authored by Jack London in 1903. Its an adventure story - a story of a dog. The author is taking his readers on a journey to Char...Read More

Do not miss it.

Jul 13, 2001 09:36 PM Read

Call of the Wild is one book that lead Jack London to Noble prize, in my family other tan me next fan of this book is my 9 years old son. may be this is forgotten in present age but this is a book which I enjoyed and will never forget. I read this book may be 15 years before but while browsin...Read More

Call of the wild- story of dog

Sep 12, 2017 08:05 AM Read (via Android App)

The call of wild is book based on dog. The readability of this book is excellent and everything describes in this book in a beautiful language, which looks and sounds unique. It is easy and fun to read. The story covers in this book revolves around massive and powerful DVD, Buck. He is cross bet...Read More


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