Jack London lived a life of adventure by traveling the world and writing about his exciting experiences. Growing up on the Oakland waterfront, he learned to sail by the age of 12, became an oyster pirate at 15, a fish patrol deputy 16, and an able-bodied seaman at 17. By the age of 20 he had traveled across the country as a railroad tramp and trekked to the Klondike in search of gold. This collection of essays and excerpts from his books reveals his personal outlook on life while demonstrating his exceptional storytelling abilities.
All book written by Jack London are stamped with his signature on the title page.