|Amazon Price||New from||Used from|
Reading this book to me was eye opening.
I think all people should read this book, not to convince them to become vegetarian, but because we all should be making informed decisions about what we do in life.
Jonathan Safran Foer has a great writing style which makes this book an easy and enjoyable read.
Great read, presents both sides of the issue in a way that doesn't rely on browbeating readers with graphic imagery. The bibliography makes further reading easy to seek out.Published 1 day ago by Corby B
I have always known that the animal industry was bad, and this book was what I needed to fully commit to vegetarianism.Published 21 days ago by Julene
This book literally changed the way I eat. Six or seven years ago, I read this for the first time, and I haven't gone back since. Well written, accessible, and balanced. Read morePublished 24 days ago by AmazonBuyer11
This book almost made me kms, I've never felt so suicidal. I don't know how some one could write something so disturbingPublished 26 days ago by Koko
I've never been so uncomfortable in my entire life. It's disturbing and no one should ever have to reads this disgusting bookPublished 26 days ago by coco
This is a thoughtful and balanced presentation of an uncontroversial issue: factory farming is a serious moral and social problem with no clear solution and no effective... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ryan Mease
Mr. Foer makes a very well written and well presented case for each of us to examine what choices we make about consuming meat. The case against factory farming is damning.Published 1 month ago by Richard Chadwick