Bear Witness

Bear Witness The brutal shooting of a bear cub galvanises ecologist Callis MacArthur into becoming an activist Dreaming of bears roaming free even in Scotland a thousand years after their disappearance she finds

  • Title: Bear Witness
  • Author: Mandy Haggith
  • ISBN: 9781908643292
  • Page: 236
  • Format: Paperback
  • The brutal shooting of a bear cub galvanises ecologist Callis MacArthur into becoming an activist Dreaming of bears roaming free even in Scotland, a thousand years after their disappearance she finds herself exploring Europe s remotest forests and meeting colourful characters who are as passionate about nature as she is But as she begins to embrace her wild side, sheThe brutal shooting of a bear cub galvanises ecologist Callis MacArthur into becoming an activist Dreaming of bears roaming free even in Scotland, a thousand years after their disappearance she finds herself exploring Europe s remotest forests and meeting colourful characters who are as passionate about nature as she is But as she begins to embrace her wild side, she faces escalating challenges she must risk her career and endure agonising personal losses to avoid being swept up in events and emotions beyond her control Combining lyrical prose, mythical themes, romance and a cracking plot, Bear Witness is a page turner with a heart and mind.

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    1. (I was sent a review copy of this book by the publisher.)In BEAR WITESS, her rich and complex second novel, Mandy Haggith has written an ecological page-turner set in Norway and Scotland in the not too distant future. Callis MacArthur, a troubled scientist who counts pollen grains, is driven by her passionate desire to change the big picture by returning bears to the wilds of Scotland. Haggith's moving novel explores different kinds of loss as Callis' vision is challenged by disaster in her pers [...]


    2. Hmmm. it was okay, but a good editor would surely have cut it down by at least a third. There was a great deal of 'suspend disbelief' - and I'm not talking about the way its set in a future Scotland; I could cope with that, but would a highly educated woman really be so concerned what her friends from uni days thought of her? And would said friends really be that bothered how she chose to live her life? And the plot changer was so underplayed, it just didn't seem credible. Lets not even go to th [...]


    3. A witty and thought provoking, beautifully written story about a dedicated ecologist, Callis, dreaming of bringing bears back to Scotland, thousand of years after they disappeared. She travels the forests of Europe and ultimately risks her entire career to bring these majestic creatures back to their habitat in the Scottish Highlands.There's a little bit of everything for everyone. There's quite a bit of romance which I enjoyed. Callis was considered beautiful inside and out by every man she met [...]


    4. Bear Witness was such a great journey into the forest! I was excited through the whole book, and had a feeling like I was taking part in all adventures. It is a book about fulfilling one's potential and dreams. Nature, animals, compex relationships, science,and my favourite Scandinavia in the background - delicious. I am looking forward to read The Last Bear.


    5. This is the story of Callis MacArthur, who wants bears to be returned to their native habitat in Scotland. It's a thought experiment about whether and if so, how, reintroduction of this beautiful animal could be possible in the future.


    6. Recommended by someone whose opinion on books is sound. Its well written, and certainly a good tale, but I couldn't connect with it (and I did try), so couldn't finish it.


    7. This is an ecological fairy story about the reintroduction of bears to Scotland. I will not tell you what happens because that will spoil the book. But it is heartwarming.


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