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Animal Instinct 0th Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Well, this book will relight those flames whatever your secret or not so secret cause may be.
You will find yourself cheering on Eleanor Aquitaine Green as she decides to pack up her God given skills and move on.
No longer just a job. No longer just a dream. She is going to spend her days making a difference no matter what the personal cost. That is until she has had enough!!
As you turn the pages you will feel the long hard days of her work. The humiliation of being ignored and deceived by an emotional train wreck of a boss. The triumph of a good fight and just when you need it, the author will have you awash in the fresh air of Connecticut's shoreline, a downpour of rain or a love scene that will make you want to buy a boom box.
Within the gift of this reading adventure, the author delivers her message. Some hard cold facts about the torture of animals that end up on our plates or amuse us at the circus. You will rush to tell your friends.
Everyone can identify with this story---a divorce, starting over, finding new meaning in life, office politics and a crazy boss!!!
This book will make you re-evaulate your lifestyle!
Before long, Eleanor realizes that her boss, Honor Vine, the president of People Against Animal Cruelty, is a burned out, aging tyrant stuck in a bygone era of the movement. Even worse, the movement Eleanor so admires is near death and is fractured with inner turmoil. A unifying issue is required and that issue, Eleanor believes, is the yearly slaughter of ten billion farm animals for human consumption. Convincing Americans to change their meateating ways borders on impossible, but it seems less difficult than working for her manipulative boss. An animal rights organization, however, is the perfect war room to wage such a battle, so Eleanor begins her crusade in the dysfunctional office. With the help of her brow beaten colleagues, Eleanor attempts to endure the daily batterings in order to gain some kindness for the animals. As a movement foot soldier, Eleanor campaigns against traps and wearing fur, she attempts to rescue a circus elephant, and also meets her other true love.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Animal Instinct is a page-turner. I progressed through the 232 pages in less than two days leaving me searching for another easy-to-read yet socially aware novel. Read morePublished on April 26, 2007 by C. Salter
Animal Instinct, by Dorothy Hayes is well written with the magic of painting a picture so vivid that you feel you are there and part of the story. Read morePublished on May 21, 2006 by Portia Recck