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Mr. Masson asks us to think about the life of the animals we eat.
I really don't know, but all I can say is that without looking for it, I found this book the next week and had a really hard time putting it down.
This is an incredibly important book that should be absolute required reading for anyone who eats...which is all of us.
This one made me cry so sad . Whatever are we thinking of when we eat meat and how can we live with ourselves.Published 7 months ago by Roma Weaver
I've read many books on this theme, but found this one to be especially readable, especially fresh. I especially learned a lot from chapter three on Aquaculture (fish-farming). Read morePublished 14 months ago by T. Cohen
Already a vegetarian, this book strengthened my commitment and made me more aware of the broader social, economic, and environmental consequences of our food choices. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Timothy A Post
This book has lifted the veil of what is really happening with our production of animals for food. It is written in a straightforward and compassionate level. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Michelle F. Long-dercole
Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson (born 1941) is a former psychoanalyst, as well as a specialist in animal emotions; he has written many other books such as Dogs Never Lie About Love :... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Steven H Propp
well written and informative. can help push you toward veganism/veg. not too much of the science stuff here, just good sense.Published on April 23, 2012 by C. Thigpen
When compared to a compelling and thoroughly researched book such as Jim Mason and
Peter Singer's 'The Ethics of What we Eat', 'The Face on Your Plate' is more of a personal... Read more
Well written and it gives a truthful look at how we treat animals for food. No denying the truth here.Published on June 23, 2011 by Robert Jones
I've been a practicing vegetarian since the early '80's. I say "practicing" because back then, I didn't realize all the animal products that are in almost every little everyday... Read morePublished on December 26, 2010 by Patricia Hopkins