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Burning Daylight (English Edition) Format Kindle
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Many of `Daylight's' exploits are noted by his companions and townsfolk. These deeds range from high-stake poker to record time dog sledding mail runs to building a town practically by himself after having done quite well gold prospecting.
After Daylight pretty much accomplishes all he can in Alaska he decides to try his luck in California in the business game. Here he is also quite successful with a few mishaps where people thought he could be easily duped.
Daylight gradually slides into complacency about all things except his business. He soon meets a woman and becomes smitten, but she wants nothing to do with him because she sees he's married already - to his work and he's no longer the tough, hard Alaskan man that many years ago had moved to California.
Daylight spends most of the rest of the story attempting to woo this young woman. He succeeds only after giving up everything else.
A once hard man turns soft because and for love. Not my preferential reading but at least the first three-quarters of the story was worth reading. I give it four for it's literary quality, overall.
I do love Jack London's books and stories.....White Fang and The Call Of The Wild. I've reread them over and over. So I'll probably reread Burning Daylight.