White Fang (Version 2)


Read by Mark F. Smith

(4.8 stars; 331 reviews)

When White Fang is birthed in a cave to a wolf sire and a wolf/dog halfbreed dam, he is heir to two traditions. At first he is content to explore and learn laws of the Wild. But then his mother is caught and held by old memories of a past relationship with Man, and White Fang follows her into service with the Indians. Life among sled dogs is hardly less cruel and dangerous than living in the Wild, but brutality notches upward when his drunken master sells him to a nasty, twisted hanger-on at a riverside town of white men. He is stripped of everything soft and gentle when forced to fight to the death for a crowd of bettors.

Taming this savage spirit and reclaiming the nobility within looks impossible. Fortunately, and heart-warmingly, a man arrives in White Fang's life to try.

"White Fang" is often called the mirror image of Jack London's acclaimed "The Call of the Wild" in which a dog follows the reverse arc from tame to free. (summary by Mark)

(7 hr 43 min)

Chapters

Part 1, Ch 1 - The Trail of the Meat 17:28 Read by Mark F. Smith
Part 1, Ch 2 - The She-Wolf 21:44 Read by Mark F. Smith
Part 1, Ch 3 - The Hunger Cry 23:41 Read by Mark F. Smith
Part 2, Ch 1 - The Battle of the Fangs 22:08 Read by Mark F. Smith
Part 2, Ch 2 - The Lair 18:40 Read by Mark F. Smith
Part 2, Ch 3 - The Grey Cub 12:05 Read by Mark F. Smith
Part 2, Ch 4 - The Wall of the World 24:09 Read by Mark F. Smith
Part 2, Ch 5 - The Law of Meat 12:42 Read by Mark F. Smith
Part 3, Ch 1 - The Makers of Fire 25:18 Read by Mark F. Smith
Part 3, Ch 2 - The Bondage 19:39 Read by Mark F. Smith
Part 3, Ch 3 - The Outcast 10:40 Read by Mark F. Smith
Part 3, Ch 4 - The Trail of the Gods 11:51 Read by Mark F. Smith
Part 3, Ch 5 - The Covenant 19:28 Read by Mark F. Smith
Part 3, Ch 6 - The Famine 19:45 Read by Mark F. Smith
Part 4, Ch 1 - The Enemy of His Kind 21:41 Read by Mark F. Smith
Part 4, Ch 2 - The Mad God 19:23 Read by Mark F. Smith
Part 4, Ch 3 - The Reign of Hate 11:53 Read by Mark F. Smith
Part 4, Ch 4 - The Clinging Death 24:30 Read by Mark F. Smith
Part 4, Ch 5 - The Indomitable 11:39 Read by Mark F. Smith
Part 4, Ch 6 - The Love-Master 31:51 Read by Mark F. Smith
Part 5, Ch 1 - The Long Trail 11:17 Read by Mark F. Smith
Part 5, Ch 2 - The Southland 14:39 Read by Mark F. Smith
Part 5, Ch 3 - The God's Domain 24:16 Read by Mark F. Smith
Part 5, Ch 4 - The Call of Kind 14:13 Read by Mark F. Smith
Part 5, Ch 5 - The Sleeping Wolf 19:09 Read by Mark F. Smith

Reviews

my new favourite book <3

(5 stars)

This has to be my new favourite book, being dyslexic i dont read so this app is brilliant for people like me. The reader was clear and a pleasure to listen to.

(5 stars)

thank you for offering free audio books I am slightly blind in one eye and find listening to your books very relaxing so thanks to all the people that make this posable A Summerbell

Well worth it!

(5 stars)

This book is much more complex than The Call if the Wild. It delves with more depth into the themes that were just touched upon in the earlier book. At times, it was a bit slow, but patience is rewarded in the end. Mark Smith did a stellar job of reading this book, just as he did with The Call of the Wild. He is a great reader and his pace and clearness of voice are perfect.

white fang

(5 stars)

This would have to be my fave book. I laugh, cry and really 'experience' everything with sweet white fang. Anyone that has and loves a dog should read this...and every child should have it read to them...possibly more of them will grow up kind to animals rather than cruel or neglectful. Narrator was excellent and I will be keeping an eye out for him again.

White Fang - grrr!

(5 stars)

The reading by Mark Smith of Simpsonville, South Caroline is, as usual, of professional quality. Well done and thank you. (One day I must visit Simpsonville to see what it's like!) The BookWorm (Manchester, UK)

Mark Smith is a fantastic narrator

(5 stars)

and this is a fantastic book. If your hesitant to listen, take a chance and you will not be disappointed. A classic piece of heartwarming literature.

awesome book

(4.5 stars)

I love jack London's books and mark smith does an awesome job reading them. it was just an awesome combonation

Great Book

(4.5 stars)

Great book ive read the originalversion but this is still good. Ididnt realise it would be so different.