Five wolf pups are born, but only one survives. The lone pup and its mother must fend for themselves when the pup's father is killed by a lynx. Later, the pair is discovered by Native Americans. Grey Beaver, who recognizes the she-wolf as his late brother's wolfdog, adopts the pup and names him 'White Fang.' Targeted by the other pups in the Native American camp before being sold to a dog fighter, White Fang grows to be fierce, distrustful, and morose.
Cosa ne pensano gli iscritti
- Lizzie Askew
- 29 11 2017
Incredible book, the best version I've found
I sampled all of the many different narrations of this book available on Audible, and i thought that this one was the best. I am so glad i bought it, because what a gorgeous, gorgeous book. I saw the movie when i was a kid. They played it a lot on the Disney channel, but the movie was a whole different thing. This is not a story about a boy as the movie was, but about a wolf, and about the harshness of his life and of the wild, and... well i won't ruin it for you. Just know that the language of the prose is beautiful and exact, and so vital that it makes this novel seem too short. Definitely a credit well spent.