The Sea Wolf - Jack London

The Sea Wolf

  • Release Date: Jan 1st, 1993
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
  • Available File Format: PDF - ePUB - KINDLE - MOBI - AZW
  • File Size: 2.2 MB
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 25 Ratings

Description

A classic tale of adventure at sea, tells the story of the naïve young Humphrey van Weyden, whose ship is wrecked in a terrible storm.

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Reviews

  • The Ultimate Maritime Villain

    4
    By baino410
    Captain Wolf Larsen! You can’t help fear and love him. Great story of misfortune after misfortune for hero ‘Hump’ Van Weyden. How will it all end for hero and villain? Well worth reading.
  • One of London’s best.

    5
    By Fhgghjvhgfggccfvggv
    I have been a loyal fan of Jack London since I read “The Call of the Wild”, since then I have read his works prolifically. I would say that with the exception of “Martin Eden” this is his best work, incredible imagery and the signature London tale of a man finding his way and becoming something more.