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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.
Mr. Four 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 2 days ago by Richard Chadwick
I regret being able to give no more than five stars to this book. Nearly at the end of my most vulnerable years, I've become more conscious of the choices I have and will have to... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Dong Cu
A balanced account of the meat industry - lets you make up your own mind.Published 16 days ago by Linda E. Goldstein
I read "Eating Animals," because I became interested in the claims that animal agriculture differed far from the 'hat in hand,' 'salt of the earth,' farmer depiction that is sold... Read morePublished 21 days ago by Bean Slap
This book changed my relationship with food. I like that it's presented as one man's perspective as a new parent, and not a "You should.." kind of book.Published 1 month ago by Christa
I do not eat meat, but I am not vegetarian. I like the book and I really like the author’s intentions for the books. Read morePublished 1 month ago by svetlana7e
The best way to read about a gruesome topic. In his detailed and intimate style, Safran Foer manages to preach the truth without coming across as 'preachy'... Read morePublished 1 month ago by MVG