A classic tale of adventure at sea, tells the story of the naïve young Humphrey van Weyden, whose ship is wrecked in a terrible storm.
Back half kinda loses me but the Wolf Larsen character is worth four stars alone.
Not London’s best.
Not as good as his other books. “Call of the Wild” and “White Fang” were much more compelling. I’d recommend them before this.
High Jinks on the High Seas!
This Jack London classic was full of action and intrigue. I would rate it PG 14 due to the violence and gory details depicted within. This ocean adventure was hard to put down, with edge of your seat action and wonderful romance. I highly recommend it and was sorry to see the end.
One of the greatest works of American literature.
By Walter VaShel
It is a well written book with great thought of life and what it is to live.
An allegorical tale for the younger generation of Americans facing a hostile primal world.
The Sea Wolf
By Book 958
What a book! High adventure on the high seas. Deep psychology. And what a dark, twisted nemesis in Wolf Larsen. Unforgettable.
It is a book with the same thing happening over and over again it is so boring and I didn't want to read it but I wanted to see if it got any better it didn't they just went through a storm someone died or a story was told and someone gets punished over and over again it happens to every chapter do not read it trust me on this one.
By Granny Dee 42
Very inticing, recommend it, to all readers young no old.
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