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  • Alyssa Arnold

    Next on my list of books to read.

  • Bonnie McCartney

    "Eating Animals explores the many fictions we use to justify our eating habits..." I eat meat but the realities of the way it lands on the table is an affront to life.

  • Belinda Watson

    Good philosophical book about animal rights.

  • Lauren Anderson

    Eating Animals by Jonathan Safran Foer (author of Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close). This book is life changing.

  • Arena Fitness

    You probably don't want to read this book. It's not pleasant. But, I think you should at least know where your meat is coming from. The meat we eat is....just not good for us. The way it's raised, housed, fed, medicated, slaughtered, processed and packaged is unclean, unsanitary, and simply can't make for healthy food. If you're going to eat meat, at least try to find sources that are not of the factory farming ilk.

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Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close - Jonathan Safran Foer

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"There won't be enough pages in this book for me to tell you what I need to tell you, I could write smaller, I could slice the pages down their edges to make two pages, I could write over my own writing, but then what?"

Extremely Loud Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran next read!

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