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White Fang by Jack London is a novel that takes place in the Yukon Territory during the gold rush. It follows the domestication of a wolfdog.
This is a great book! I would not recommend it for kids younger than myself(9). It is exciting and scary at some parts. You’ll love it because it has adventure and follows multiple characters.
By Le gamer epic
Don't waste your time on this boring old book
Awsome book as good as the movie
Its a great book would definitely recommend
This book is AMAZING
This is a classic I'm sure of it. But anywho this is the greatest book I ever read so far ,and I think most everyone should read this.😀👍
By Tiny man 111
Like any good book the beginning wasn't filled with action and I got bored sometimes, but in the middle and the end it was an amazing adventure about White Fang and his three masters.
Very good book
Very good book. Sad at times and happy at times. If you are uncomfortable with animal abuse then you probably shouldn't read White Fang. But otherwise it's a very good book.
Amazing! I didn't want it to end!
The way the author describes emotions of the protagonist is breathtaking! This will be my all time favorite book!
White fang is amazing
By That guy who's cool
This book is outstanding as white fang journeys from being born in a cave in the wild to a house in California. I read call of the wild then white fang with my class and I recommend these two books by Jack London to anyone who like action and adventure.
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