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White Fang by Jack London
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Oct 02, 2011

really liked it

This is the first book I read on my brand new Kobo Touch.
It’s an amazing book, highly addictive. I just couldn’t put it down. Jack London writes with detail and emotion!
The story’s about a wolf named White Fang and its life through the hands of many masters. This is one of those books that transports you to another place and time while you’re reading it - a real time machine. And since it’s always told from the wolf’s point of view, sometimes it made me remember the National Geographic TV documentaries I watched in awe when I was a child.
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It also focuses on the man-animal relationship, and how the environment and society shape spirits and behaviours.
After reading it I learned that this book is a companion novel for Jack London’s most famous novel, “Call of the Wild”, in which a dog becomes wild again, in contrast to White Fang, a wolf that becomes domesticated. So again I have another book to read.

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