e-books in Jack London category
by Jack London - The Century Co. , 1912
A group of short stories published in 1912. It takes us to the sub-zero temperatures of the Klondike during the Alaskan gold-rush days of 1897 in more London scribed adventures supporting his belief in Darwin's theory: Survival of the Fittest.
by Jack London , 1915
A futuristic novel set in San Francisco after an epidemic has ravaged the planet. The main character, James Smith, sees the diminished society and attempts to impart his knowledge to his grandsons, in order that they may restart a civilization.
by Jack London - Mills & Boon , 1915
A framing story is told in the first person by Darrell Standing, a university professor serving life imprisonment in San Quentin State Prison for murder. Prison officials try to break his spirit by means of a torture device called 'the jacket'.
by Jack London - ManyBooks , 1918
Two men exactly alike in appearance, hunting for a treasure in the South sea islands, start the complication in this scenario novel written by Jack London. Graphic, clear and thrilling in style and with much of the old charm.
by Jack London - Feedbooks , 1907
Jack London recreates the dawn of humanity, depicting the prehistoric world as a place of conflict where the fittest survive. The narrator is faced with the strange truth that his consciousness is entwined with that of his mid-Pleistocene ancestor.
by Jack London - ManyBooks , 1900
These nine stories all take place during the Klondike gold rush of 1897. Unusual for a London collection, the tales are all loosely connected by a cast of recurring characters -- the inhabitants of Forty Mile, a town in the Yukon Territory.
by Jack London - Feedbooks , 1909
This is a novel by American author Jack London, about a struggling young writer. This book is a favorite among writers, who relate to Martin Eden's speculation that when he mailed off a manuscript, there was no human editor at the other end.
by Jack London - Project Gutenberg , 1997
This book is Jack London's adventure masterpiece, it is not only a vivid account of the Klondike gold rush and North American Indian life, but it is also an intriguing study of the effects different environments have on an individual.
by Jack London - William Heinemann , 1917
While onboard a San Francisco ferry which collides with another ship in the fog, Humphrey van Weyden is picked up by Larsen, the captain of the seal-hunting schooner the Ghost. A brutal ship master, Wolf rules over his ship with an iron hand.
by Jack London - Grosset & Dunlap , 1907
A book by Jack London about life in the East End of London in 1902. He wrote this first-hand account by living in the East End (including the Whitechapel District) for several months, sometimes staying in workhouses or sleeping on the streets.
by Jack London - The Century Company , 1913
One of the most entertaining books ever penned by a man. Richly anecdotal and beautifully written, John Barleycorn stands as the earliest treatment of alcohol in American literature, an intensely moving document of one of America's finest writers.
by Jack London - Review of Reviews co , 1915
London's masterpiece is written in 1903 and based on his adventures in the Canadian wildernes. This is an engrossing tale about the struggle for survival and existence in the frozen land of Alaska. A story about unbreakable spirit of a dog.