Jack London collection a great free application with the most popular books of Jack London.
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John Griffith "Jack" London (born John Griffith Chaney, January 12, 1876 – November 22, 1916) was an American author, journalist, and social activist.
The Call of the Wild:
The Call of the Wild is a novella by American author Jack London published in 1903. The story takes place in the extreme conditions of the Yukon during the 19th-century Klondike Gold Rush, where strong sled dogs were in high demand. After Buck, a domesticated dog, is snatched from a pastoral ranch in California, he is sold into a brutal life as a sled dog.
The Little Lady of the Big House:
The Little Lady of the Big House (1915) is a novel by American writer Jack London. Biographer Clarice Stasz states that it is "not autobiography," but speaks of his "frank borrowing from his life with Charmian" and says it is "psychologically valid as a mirror of events during [the] winter [of 1912–13]. The story concerns a love triangle.
White Fang is the titular character and a novel by American author Jack London. First serialized in Outing magazine, it was published in 1906.
Other books included in this collection are:
A Daughter of the Snows, A Son of the Sun, Adventure, Before Adam, Burning Daylight, Children of the Frost, Dutch Courage and Other Stories, Hearts of Three, Jerry of the Islands, Lost Face, Love of Life & Other Stories, Martin Eden, Michael, Brother of Jerry, Moon-Face & Other Stories, On the Makaloa Mat, South Sea Tales, Tales of the Fish Patrol, The Abysmal Brute, The Faith of Men & Other Stories, The Game, The House of Pride, The Iron Heel,
All the books that can be downloaded inside the app are under public domain license. Original works have been taken from Project Gutenberg (http://www.gutenberg.org/) and adapted for mobile devices.