• Three of American author Jack London’s bestsellers are bound together in this Kindle book: Martin Eden, The Cruise of the Snark & Lost Face
A man struggles to become a writer and is disenchanted with the publishing industry in Jack London's semi-autobiographical work first serialized in the Pacific Monthly.
The Cruise of the Snark
This non-fiction book chronicles Jack London's adventure with his wife and a small crew sailing around the globe in his ketch the Snark.
Lost Face is a collection of seven short stories, including the first tale "Lost Face" involving a European adventurer in the Yukon. London's famous short story, "To Build a Fire" is also included in this work.
About The Author
American writer John Griffith London (1876–1916) was a bestselling author and one of the few celebrity writers to make a large amount from popular novels including “The Call of the Wild” and short stories “To Build a Fire". He also wrote about the San Francisco Bay area in The Sea Wolf, another best-seller. London advocated socialism and wrote several books involving unionization and socialism including his dystopian novel The Iron Heel, his non-fiction exposé The People of the Abyss, and The War of the Classes. To prepare for his novel Call of the Wild, London spent almost year in the Yukon. It was, arguably, his greatest success.