Eaten by Susan J. Crockford


A Terrifying Polar Bear Attack Thriller It's 2025, in Newfoundland, Canada. In the small northern town of St. Anthony, a local family is ambushed by a polar bear just beyond their front door. On Fogo Island to the east, a tourist and a resident are killed in separate early morning attacks in two remote outports. These incidents are the first known polar bear fatalities in Newfoundland's history, despite regular late spring visits from the bears.B...

Details Eaten

Release DateNov 13th, 2015
PublisherCreatespace Independent Publishing Platform
GenreEnvironment, Global Warming, Science Fiction, Climate Change Fiction, Climate Change

Reviews Eaten

  • Sherri Keene
    A very good read on a chilly night.I spent a very comfortable evening in front of a fire reading this book. It was comforting to know I was safe from something like this happening, for now. .
  • J.
    Okay, so I am a sucker for monster movies and books, and it doesn't even need to be a monster; a big hungry angry predator will do quite well, thanks very much. Yeah, like polar bears. Like this. A few info dump scenes with talking heads? A few proofing errors? Who cares when you've got hordes of hungry bears wandering through town?Found this near-future ecological disaster novel advertised on one of my favorite blogs and had to have it. Read it ...
  • Lorraine Fagan
    The most intense and scary novel I have ever read.Read it through in one day. Couldn't put it down. The idea that this could happen some day justMade it more difficult to read. Just an awesomeNovel.