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The Call Of The Wild by Jack London


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salokcinnodrog

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I remember reading part of this book at school, but when I decided to buy some books for my children for Christmas I couldn't help myself reading it again from the start to finish.

An amazing tale of how a Cross bred dog from California makes it all the way up to The Yukon into the harshness of Sled dog life during the goldrush.

I started the book and couldn't put it down until I had read it from cover to cover.
Nick

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Yes I agree Nick, a brilliant read to stir a childs imagination. (And an aduls too!)

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Memory lane there mate, I remember that and Lord of the flies really well.

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yep i read that as a kid, also shane about same time
may the only thing you catch in life be carp!

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read it myself free on an ebook...very good read 5*****




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