- This edition includes the following editor's introduction: Jack London, an infinite passion for adventure that drove all his work
Originally published in 1902, "Children of the Frost” is a collection of short stories by American author Jack London. Some critics consider these short tales far superior to London’s most popular novels, “The Call of the Wild” and “White Fang.”
These powerful short stories are based around North America and the Klondike Gold Rush. Showcasing London's iconic writing style, he shares with us tales of Native Americans and Europeans trying to live amongst one another to the backdrop of the harsh terrain and climate of Alaska.