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What a great story. Recommended by no less a personage than Peter O'Toole, it's a strong commentary on the lack of depth in society.Published 14 days ago by G.R MISCAMBLE
A fascinating, I suspect semi-autobiographicl novel about the intellectual deelopment of a working class writer. It includes ample philosophical and politcal discussion.Published 1 month ago by Hartford refugee
Very poor mass mkt formatting taken to a ridiculous extreme with absurdly small type, only made worse on larger "trade" paper size. Not at all user-friendly.Published 3 months ago by Eric
I read this story with the sort of appetite I had for fiction when I was a kid. Even when the language is old fashioned, the story of Martin's passions compels, and the poetic... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Nibor 2014
This is my favorite novel of all time and I am very pleased with the mint condition it was in when I bought it. Great booksellerPublished 13 months ago by Anthony R. Mendivil
This novel is a brilliant portrait of the artist as poor, self-educated young man in and around San Francisco in the early 1900s. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Andrew Wainwright
I really enjoyed this when I read it about 15 years ago in my mid-twenties. Was like going on an emotional journey with Jack London.Published on July 6, 2012 by Alfred Santoli
It has taken me thirty years to realize what this novel is really about. I believe, like every talented wordsmith, Jack London instinctively went for the most natural ending for... Read morePublished on June 21, 2012 by Margot E.