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Stories about pre-existence and memories of what one was like is indeed intriguing and forms the main premise of this story by Jack London. A young boy gets dreams of his pre-existence and finds out that he was a man-like creature named Big Tooth, who lived in the pre-historic times.
What makes this book stand out?
Theories pertaining to Darwinism are effectively woven into the narrative, which makes it highly fascinating and at the same time thought-provoking.
Read it for
The imagery used in this particular novel by Jack London is highly captivating and intriguing and will leave you thinking days after you finish reading the book.
Don't read it for
Lacks a little bit of drama.