The Call of the Wild, is a novel written by Jack London. Initially, it was published serially but in the same year, it was brought in a book form. Of all his publications, it is the most widely read and considered to be his masterpiece. The novels story revolves around Buck and his journey as a sled dog. It begins at the house of Judge Miller where Buck is a taken care of as a domesticated pet. However, after sometime, he is stolen by one of Millers gardeners as the demand for this breed of dog increases. The gardener sells him to dog traders and makes a profit, and Buck is soon abused and beaten as he goes. In the novel, there comes a time when Buck is forced to adapt to the wild and his primitive instincts begin to surface. During this time he makes an enemy of the lead sled dog, Spitz. This led to a battle between the two and Buck kills Spitz and appoints himself as the new lead dog.