History YMMV / TheCallOfTheWild

30th Jan '16 1:05:02 PM Julia1984
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* BookEnds: When published with ''White Fang''.
** Amusingly, it works no matter which order you read them in - if you start with ''Call of the Wild,'' the bookends are set in human homes, while starting with ''White Fang'' has the bookends in the forest.
16th Jan '16 2:07:01 PM MagBas
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* GaryStu: Buck, while at first a rather normal dog, slowly evolves into this within the course of the book. He becomes smarter and more cunning and more brave and more loyal than any other dog : essentially, he has no flaws by the end of the book. After a while, you begin to wonder about the nigh-constant stream of praise both London and the other characters feed Buck. Though to be fair with London, he does gets some character development and goes through realistically brutal trials to become as incredibly {{Badass}} as he is.
** GodModeSue: At the end of the book, arguably considering he took out an ''entire tribe'' of Yeehats without a scratch on him.
20th Dec '15 3:07:25 PM Nire
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** Amusingly, it works no matter which order you read them in - if you start with ''Call of the Wild,'' the bookends are set in human homes, while starting with ''White Fang'' has the bookends in the forest.
20th Nov '15 3:15:00 PM kingofthegaminggames
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* TheScrappy: Hal, Charles and Mercedes for some readers of book.
7th Aug '15 4:44:58 AM Vilui
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* NightmareFuel: The idea of getting overwhelmed by forty dogs and torn to pieces ala Curly if you so much as ''fall down.''

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* NightmareFuel: The idea of getting overwhelmed by forty dogs and torn to pieces ala a la Curly if you so much as ''fall down.''
3rd Jan '15 8:28:34 AM RiverWhiteWolf
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* BookEnds: When published with ''White Fang''.
8th Dec '14 9:24:21 AM fbiuzz
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** GodModeSue: At the end of the book, arguably.

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** GodModeSue: At the end of the book, arguably.arguably considering he took out an ''entire tribe'' of Yeehats without a scratch on him.
1st Dec '13 4:45:11 AM Naryar
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* GodModeSue: At the end of the book, arguably.

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* ** GodModeSue: At the end of the book, arguably.
1st Dec '13 4:45:00 AM Naryar
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* GaryStu: After a while, you begin to wonder about the nigh-constant stream of praise both London and the other characters feed Buck.
** GodModeSue: Buck is able to defeat a wolf pack, a blind bear, a bull moose and an entire band of Native Americans by himself. And he has '''no flaws whatsoever'''.

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* GaryStu: Buck, while at first a rather normal dog, slowly evolves into this within the course of the book. He becomes smarter and more cunning and more brave and more loyal than any other dog : essentially, he has no flaws by the end of the book. After a while, you begin to wonder about the nigh-constant stream of praise both London and the other characters feed Buck.
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Buck. Though to be fair with London, he does gets some character development and goes through realistically brutal trials to become as incredibly {{Badass}} as he is.
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GodModeSue: Buck is able to defeat a wolf pack, a blind bear, a bull moose and an entire band At the end of Native Americans by himself. And he has '''no flaws whatsoever'''.the book, arguably.
1st Dec '13 4:32:29 AM Naryar
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* GodModeSue: Buck is able to defeat a wolf pack, a blind bear, a bull moose and an entire band of Native Americans by himself.

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* ** GodModeSue: Buck is able to defeat a wolf pack, a blind bear, a bull moose and an entire band of Native Americans by himself. And he has '''no flaws whatsoever'''.
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