Kidnapped from his safe California home. Thrown into a life-death struggle in the frozen Arctic wilderness. Half St. Bernard, half Shepard, Buck learns many hard lessons as a sled dog: the lesson of the lash, of the cold, of near-starvation and cruelty. And the greatest lesson he learns from his last owner, John Thorton: the power of love and loyalty.
Yet always, even at the side of the human he loves, Buck feels the pull in his bones, an urge to answer his wolf ancestors as they howl to him. Can Buck resist the lure of the wolves?
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Narrator being consistent with the accent. Having a livelier voice. I couldn't listen for more than 5 minutes.
I listened to Zen and the Art of Faking It and it was a much more entertaining narrator and story.
The accent was very hard to follow. It sounded like he was going in and out of different accents. The speaking was very dull. If I had listened for more than a few minutes I would have fallen asleep, which would not have been good I was driving while listening.
The narrator was dull and the story was dull. I stopped listening after 5 minutes. This was a waste of money.
- Carin Kamnitzer
Narration Quirks But Still Amazing!