by Martha E. Rhynes
Jack London not only wrote about adventure, he lived it. During his lifetime, he was the most popular and prolific writer in America. Readers idolized him. They loved his action-packed stories with their vivid descriptions and psychological insights into human and animal behavior. They didn’t know he had lived these stories in real-life ad-ventures on American’s frontier.
From Klondike gold rush stories to wild sea adventures, he experienced life as many of his characters would. And he also wrote articles and books dealing with prison reform, alcoholism, and radical economic and social theories. A war correspondent during the Russo-Japanese War, London sought excitement at every turn. His famous novels include The Call of the Wild, The Sea Wolf, White Fang, Martin Eden, and The Iron Heel.
London lived an amazing life and left an amazing literary legacy for readers to enjoy – golden nuggets between the covers of his books.
ENJOY JACK LONDON’S THRILLING ADVENTURES!