White Fang


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(4.7 stars; 538 reviews)

White Fang (1906) was written as a companion to Jack London's successful Call of the Wild (1903). It is the tale of a wild dog born in the wild and eventually brought to civilization. The story is viewed primarily through the eyes of its canine protagonist and deals with themes of morality and redemption. (Summary by Gord Mackenzie.)

Part 1, Chapter 1 read by Richard Hart
Part 3, Chapters 3 & 4 read by Stephen Gilbert
Part 4, Chapters 5 & 6 read by Todd Fadoir

(8 hr 28 min)

Chapters

Part 1, Chapter 1 18:34 Read by LibriVox Volunteers
Part 1, Chapter 2 24:43 Read by Gord Mackenzie
Part 1, Chapter 3 33:55 Read by Gord Mackenzie
Part 2, Chapter 1 25:59 Read by Hugh McGuire
Part 2, Chapter 2 20:49 Read by Hugh McGuire
Part 2, Chapter 3 13:12 Read by Kara Shallenberg
Part 2, Chapter 4 27:31 Read by Kara Shallenberg
Part 2, Chapter 5 14:29 Read by Kara Shallenberg
Part 3, Chapter 1 30:24 Read by Gord Mackenzie
Part 3, Chapter 2 25:34 Read by Gord Mackenzie
Part 3, Chapter 3 9:26 Read by LibriVox Volunteers
Part 3, Chapter 4 10:59 Read by LibriVox Volunteers
Part 3, Chapter 5 17:34 Read by Jessica Jeffries
Part 3, Chapter 6 18:51 Read by Jessica Jeffries
Part 4, Chapter 1 20:38 Read by jskinner
Part 4, Chapter 2 17:48 Read by jskinner
Part 4, Chapter 3 11:36 Read by Julien Smith
Part 4, Chapter 4 21:46 Read by Julien Smith
Part 4, Chapter 5 14:24 Read by LibriVox Volunteers
Part 4, Chapter 6 39:41 Read by LibriVox Volunteers
Part 5, Chapter 1 10:47 Read by Philip Kolterman
Part 5, Chapter 2 14:32 Read by Philip Kolterman
Part 5, Chapter 3 26:17 Read by Gesine
Part 5, Chapter 4 15:38 Read by Gesine
Part 5, Chapter 5 23:18 Read by Osmia

Reviews


(5 stars)

BEST BOOK EVER! This book is very well written and very well read. Most of the readers were very good readers and only a few of the readers messed up just a little bit. Thanks!

Excellent


(4.5 stars)

One reader was a little stiff, kinda like listening to a news reporter from the 90's. Other than that, great readers, thank ypu to the volunteers, and loce the story. Jack London has such a perfect way of depicted a wolf's POV. And this story of innumerous obstacles being overcome to such a happy ending is a fantastic American tale. Love Jack London's work.


(4 stars)

That Julian guy needs to stop his narration s. constantly smacking his lips like he was sucking on something the while time. hard p 's and s' s every other word. enough man you're ruining the book.

gripping


(4.5 stars)

a lot of blood and gore but insightful and b eautiful look into a wolf and the wilderness...brutally honest and straight forward

better the 2nd time


(5 stars)

lived reading it as a kid. I was able to lose myself in it listening to it.

White Fang


(4 stars)

This is my first audio book. the bad - there were a few times where I had to raise the volume of my volume all the same up because you could hardly hear. (only complaint) the good - for the most part the readers did an excellent job at being clear and a good pace. the book itself truly grabbed my attention and made me think back once upon a time when I had dogs how much I loved them. can't help but think and wonder what they thought about how I would treat them.

THE GREAT WILD BEAST TAMED


(5 stars)

Three things about this remarkable book: 1. London is famed for "The Call Of The Wild" but this work is vastly superior. 2. Compare London with Curwood in their vivid descriptions of the brutal life in the frozen north. Very similar and realistic. 3. Poe never wrote anything more brooding and frightening than the first 3 chapters of this book. And, Vincent Price could not have read it more convincingly.

Jack London is amazing


(5 stars)

The readers were great reading this amazing book by Jack London. Fast paced, nail biting and emotional, this book has it all and about the redemption of a wolf. The perspective and tale from the wolf side makes it more of a story than other books about pets. Give London a try...