In 2012, in the middle of the humid jungle of Borneo, Sarah Pye met the smallest bear species in the world, and the man dedicated to saving them. When she asked how she could help, ‘Do what you do best’ was the powerful reply. Those five words led Sarah on the ‘best doctorate in the world’ and resulted in the narrative biography Saving Sun Bears. It’s a journey of leaky gum boots, remote helicopter expeditions, incense smoked Buddhist temples, heart-pumping rejection letters and momentous goodbyes.