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The Voice of the Pack

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Author: Edison Marshall
Published: 1920
Language: English
Wordcount: 64,513 / 182 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 77.7
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 535
Added to site: 2010.10.20 29328
Genre: Adventure

of remorselessness he could sense but could not understand, had always stirred him. He'd often imagined that he would like to see the forests in winter. He knew something about forests. He had gone one year to college and had studied all the forestry that the university heads would let him take. Later he had read endless books on the same subject. But the knowledge had never done him any good. Except for a few boyish dreams, he never imagined that it would.

In him you could see a reflection of the boy that played beside the pond of snow water, twenty years before. His dark gray eyes were still rather large and perhaps the wasted flesh around them made them seem larger than they were. But it was a little hard to see them, as he wore large glasses. His mother had been sure, years before, that he needed glasses; and she had easily found an oculist that agreed with her.

Now that he was alone on the path, the utter absence of color in his cheeks was startling. That meant the absence of red,--that wa



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