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Call of the Wild | Typhoon by Jack London
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Call of the Wild | Typhoon

by Jack London

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The Call of the Wild: Tells the story of the magnificent dog Buck, who is a loyal pet until cruel men make him a pawn in their search for the gold of the Klondike, where he breaks free and becomes the leader of a ferocious wolf pack. Typhoon: It is the story of one remarkable steamship captain, pitted against a storm of incredible fury. Captain Macwhirr has a reputation as a solid, steadfast man, who "having just enough imagination to carry him through each successive day, and no more" cannot fully believe any storm would be a match for his powerful ship. So, when the barometer and other clues begin to hint at trouble ahead, he is moderately concerned and unwilling to change course and lose precious time -- a decision that may prove more costly than he could ever have imagined.… (more)

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