Bear by Graham E Fuller

New Book by Graham E. Fuller

Bear is a riveting tale of the environment, bears, a search for identity, and eco-violence.

Bjorn is a child of First Nations origin, adopted into a white family, who sets out to explore his roots and grows radicalized through exposure to the historical ordeals of First Nations peoples. Bjorn grows determined to confront the recklessness of corporate plans to send supertankers through the treacherous channels of the Great Bear Rainforest. Circumstances bring him in close proximity to the chief operating officer of the pipeline and tanker corporation, creating a situation of growing psychological tension that ends in deadly confrontation.

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Graham E Fuller Five Stars

A gripping book, highly recommended – Karim Pakravan
A compelling page turner that’s hard to put down. Fuller vividly weaves together passionate environmental issues, cultural differences, the complexity of inter-racial adoption and the powerful nature of bears. – Beverly
Bears are always there in the story, sometimes real, often as a metaphor for something greater, dangerous and beautiful, haunting and spiritual, but always present int he underbrush. – Sedgewick


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Graham E. Fuller is a former vice chairman of the National Intelligence Council at the CIA, a former senior political scientist at RAND, and a current adjunct professor of history at Simon Fraser University. He is the author of numerous books about the Middle East, including The Future of Political IslamA World Without Islam, and Turkey and the Arab Spring: Leadership in the Middle East (April 2014). He has lived and worked in the Muslim world for nearly two decades. He is also author of a memoir, Three Truths and a Lie, and a novel, Breaking Faith (February 2015) about the U.S. imbroglio in Pakistan.