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Date Added: 2001-01-31

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Amazing
By Sarah on May 3, 2010

This is one of my all time favorite books. I've read it almost every year since I was seven, even though I had it memorized! What a wonderful piece of fiction!


this is a good book
By cj on June 21, 2009

This book was amazing. I never knew what would happen next to White Fang.

In the end, he prospered.


By jayne on January 27, 2008

I think this is an excellent book for kids to read. It is a new way at looking at books, it's the life of a fascinating animal instead of the life of a human. The law of eat or be eaten for the wilderness of White Fang. Then captured by indians. Going from master to master, adventure after adventure. Separated from his beloved mother Kiche on the road to civilazation. From wild to domesticated. I would recommend this book to people of all ages.


By Clinton Hartig on January 8, 2008

I think that this book was another London masterpiece. London captured the reader's attention by telling the thrilling story of a wolf that had its ups and downs in its life. I recommend this book to almost everyone who has read a Jack London book.


By Faith on January 6, 2008

Jack London cunningly potrays the life story of a wolf struggling to survive in a world both hostile and fascinating. Born in the wild but raised by Indians, White Fang must learn to understand the laws of life and abide by them. When his master sells him to a cruel blood-thirsty man, White Fang is very nearly destroyed, only surviving by his rescue by the love-master and the willful spirit he has inherited from the wild. This story draws the reader in quickly and captivates you until the last sentence. As Jack London lays down clearly and intuitively the truths of life from a wolf's point of view, you will begin pondering these truths for yourself, while falling in love with the blessed wolf.