This collection of eight short stories written during his "Klondike" period, has become a trademark of London's work. The title story Love of Life follows the trek of a prospector across the Canadian tundra. Other stories include The Story of Keesh; A Day's Lodging; Negore, the Coward; The Sun Dog Trail; The Unexpected; The White Man's Way, and Brown Wolf.
This book draws the reader’s attention to the story of high love that existed between Rabbi Akiva and Rachel as described in the Talmud. Thanks to his wife Rachel, Akiva went from being an illiterate shepherd to becoming one of the greatest wise-men in Jewish history.This story took place approximately two thousand years ago and since then has been passed from generation to generation as an example of the idea of high love in a relationship between a man and a woman.
Life – the unsurpassed author of the most improbable scenarios. This book – the real story of great love full of unexpected turns of a plot and nonrandom accidents. It’s about two countries and cultures connecting – helping a young Brahmin from Varanasi and a blond girl from Moscow. However, on the last page the book the story does not come to an end – the author and the main characters continue to write it every day. So, the best and the most interesting things are ahead.