Book Review: White Fang by Jack London

Genre: Historical Fiction
Ages: 10 and Up

This books was very good. I recommend it to boys, girls, adults, middle readers, and dog lovers.  Also, I would not recommend reading this book if you are very sensitive towards animal abuse. I read a lot about it when reading this book. Nonetheless, I very much enjoyed this book and thought it was very well written. It also started and ended on the perfect note.

All of his life white Fang has been abused and mistreated by humans. So much so, that he hates them all. One day though, a man by the name of Weedon Scott rescues him from his cruel and harsh life. Slowly he starts to teach White Fang about a new thing: Love. They begin to bond more and more with one another. And soon, White Fang has been completely transformed.

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1 comment :

  1. Hi Miss Isabel,
    Dog books are always hard to read because it usually means it'll be sad. I recommend Love That Dog by Sharon Creech, which is the perfect book after White Fang. I cried and cried when I read that book. Also, you might enjoy Hatchet by Gary Paulsen for the survivor/adventure type. Have a great day too! -Shea