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Dear JakeI will be glad to tell you about a really great book I read lately It is called Call of the Wild by Jack London It has 104 pages and is a fiction bookThe Call of the Wild has a very interesting plot It is centered around a St Bernard and Scotch Shepard mix named Buck At home which was a large house called Judge Millers Place in the sun kissed Sanata Clara Valley he ruled over all dogs Buck was Judge Millers inseperable companion until a man named Manuel who was the one of the gardeners helpers commited a treacherous act Manuel to cover his Chinese lottery gambling debts stole Buck from his sound sleep and brought him to a flag station called College Park There the exchanging of money took place It was simple Manuel needed money to pay off his gambling debts and Buck was a prime candidate Buck was loaded onto an express car to Seattle When he got there he was bought by two men named Perrault and Francois He was loaded onto a ship called the Narwhal and tooken to the Yukon where he was to be trained as a sled dog There were other sled dogs that Buck came to know well each with their own unique personality After only a short time of training Buck was a sled dog traveling with the team of huskys and mix breeds from Dyea Beach to the town of Dawson After several trips with Perrault and Francois Buck was traded to a know nothing gold seeking family they knew nothing or hardly nothing about managing a sled team There trip began with a very bad start The family had loaded up their wagon with too much unneded baggage and it was top heavy as the dogs began to pull away and pull around a curve the baggage tipped over along with the sled and thus the unnecessary baggage was discarded
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