Jack London

#TitleYearScore
1Add to wishlist.The Call of the Wild190335.20
2Add to wishlist.Martin Eden190931.28
3Add to wishlist.White Fang190627.82
4Add to wishlist.The Sea Wolf190427.52
5Add to wishlist.The Iron Heel190825.63
6Add to wishlist.The Valley of the Moon191317.14
7Add to wishlist.Before Adam190711.94
8Add to wishlist.The Star Rover191511.29
9Add to wishlist.Burning Daylight191010.66
10Add to wishlist.A Daughter of the Snows19039.60
11Add to wishlist.The Little Lady of the Big House19169.39
12Add to wishlist.The Kempton-Wace Letters19038.87
13Add to wishlist.The Scarlet Plague19128.83
14Add to wishlist.South Sea Tales19117.26
15Add to wishlist.The Game19057.18*Corpus frequency correction applied.
16Add to wishlist.The Abysmal Brute19136.88
17Add to wishlist.The Mutiny of the Elsinore19146.31
18Add to wishlist.The Cruise of the Dazzler19025.86
19Add to wishlist.A Son of the Sun19125.34
20Add to wishlist.Lost Face19105.00

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