The Last Polar Bear is part wildlife adventure, part nature narrative, and a thought-provoking story of the Arctic’s last polar bear and the Inuit woman who tries to save it.
Dana Rodney’s The Last Polar Bear is a stirring, heartbreaking cry for change in the rapidly warming north. What The Overstory by Richard Powers does to put a human face on the tragedy of unchecked forest destruction, Rodney’s novel does for the calamitous loss of polar bear habitat. The Last Polar Bear is also a gripping thriller, a must-read for anyone who cares about what we have done to a north that is changing before our very eyes. -Larry O’Connor, author of Tip of the Iceberg