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The Valley of The Moon

The Valley of The Moon

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by Jack London

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The Valley of The Moon


The Valley of The Moon

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Far away from his snowy Yukon adventures, London set this 1913 novel in the warmth of California's green hills. It follows Billy and Saxon Roberts, who, after becoming disillusioned with labor difficulties, strike out on the road north to find a place where they can live close to the land. This edition sports a new foreword by California State Librarian Kevin Starr. Copyright 1999 Cahners Business Information.

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CreateSpace Publishing
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7.44(w) x 9.69(h) x 1.15(d)

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Jack London (1876-1916) is best known now for his adventure stories such as The Call of the Wild, White Fang, and The Sea Wolf. Born in San Francisco, he grew up on farms and ranches in California and attended school in Oakland, worked both menial and adventurous jobs, and spent one semester at the University of California. He joined the Socialist Labor Party, but resigned just before his early death "because of its lack of fire and fight, and its loss of emphasis on the class struggle." Kevin Starr is California State Librarian and author, most recently, of The Dream Endures: California Enters the 1940s (1997).

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The Valley of the Moon 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
SuperCoolFacebookReaders More than 1 year ago
The Valley of the Moon (VM) is a book considered to be dated and unimportant to today's readers by some critics, which is why its physical availability is limited but it is being given a second chance at redemption thanks to the e-reader wars of the current digital age. VM is a multi-layered adventure story about a working class couple in love, who finds strength in their union and dare to make a better life for themselves in the rural areas of California. The main characters Saxon and Billy are working class and use dialect and language that are very plebeian but necessary to create realism in VM. VM is a book full of strong characters that will entertain you with escapades and have you discussing its meaning with friends. VM is a book that should not be forgotten that was written by one of the greatest authors of American adventure, Jack London. (The review above is the abbreviated version of the Valley of the Moon from the Super Cool Facebook Readers Club, written by the Administrator of the group on 5/10/2011)
manirul01 More than 1 year ago