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I gave this book as a Christmas gift because the young gentleman requested any book by Jack London - and this fit the bill well.Published 2 months ago by Patricia M Bootes
This is a book you can download free for your Kindle. If you are expecting White Fang or Call of the Wild. Read morePublished 2 months ago by David E. Vancil
* it started simple enough: an oligarchy had taken control. the opposition began to be organized, but then the story stopped and via a footnote\epilogue, we learn it goes on for... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Petropolitano
This cautionary tale of how a fascist oligarchy takes over the world has none of the style or engaging characters of his more well-known novels. Read morePublished 4 months ago by cbittler
As London explained in a letter to the editor of a socialist weekly, The Appeal to Reason -"I don't know whether or not I can succeed in serialising The Iron Heel in one of the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by MR D MCMILLAN
The Iron Heel calls itself a novel, but it really isn’t. Basically, it’s a sad excuse for a novelist to expouse his political beliefs on a bully pulpit and call it a novel. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Carl Alves
Great story, had never heard of the book until reading the afterword of Orwell's 1984. Would recomend to anyone to read.Published 7 months ago by Rob MI.
not Jack London at his best but well worth reading for the period and history. Jack was a newspaper reporter and this seems like a story from the news point of view.Published 9 months ago by Michael Burke
Was not what I expected. Did not read all of it. Win a few, lose a few. Sure that some people like it, just not me.Published 9 months ago by GrammieB