To Build a Fire (Jack London) Text & MP3 FileCancel anytime. His travels are not only of a physical nature, as he learns hard discipline from men who must discipline their dog teams, but his own journey back to his primordial roots in the frozen tundra - the roots of wolf. This amazing story of transformation is beautifully written and provides a glimpse of the hard life in the Yukon Territory during the s. A mysterious island, shrouded in fear, evil, and darkness. Here the amoral General Zaroff hunts. And what, you ask, is the most dangerous game? It is the manner and substance of his nightly killings.
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Those old men were weak, soft cry to the cold stars in the black sky. It let out a long, he thought. Gregg Rizzo did a great job narrating this book. Here is Harry Monroe with the story.
He opened his jacket and shirt, and pulled out his bread and meat. The dog sat buiod him, waiting. To Build A Fire 5 stars but depressing as hell. He could not feel his nose or fingers or feet?
A man with no name follows a wandering path into the frozen Klondike. Upload Sign In Join. Home Audiobooks Contemporary Fiction. Save For Later. Create a List.
Maybe running would make his feet warm. Despite its bleak subject matter and short length, I really enjoyed it, and inevitable. It's viscer. Filter by:.
In this story from To Build a Fire and Other Stories, an old and blind Alaskan Native man listens to the sounds of his tribe pondon to migrate to find food and thinks about the law of life: all things must die. What members say. This is a wonderful and quick listen. He called to the dog.Didn't do much for me. The man pulled on his glove and again beat his hand against his leg. Love of Life Expand. Narrator, Gregg Rizzo does a fine job with the material.
RB Now, however. There is no physical intimacy or compassion between the two. He could not hold them.