Whether you're just contemplating going vegetarian for the first time or you're someone with 10 years of animal rights activism
under your belt, viewing the haunting illustrations by veteran animal defender and
renowned illustrator Sue
Coe is guaranteed to have a profound and lasting effect on you.
Coe's latest work, Cruel: Bearing Witness to Animal Exploitation—which PETA President Ingrid E.
Newkirk called "mind-blowingly honest" and
"mesmerizing"—is no exception. Replete with captivating paintings and
drawings, Cruel takes a long, hard
look at factory farming and its horrific toll on billions of animals, from the viewpoint of a woman who
grew up next to a hog farm and one block from a slaughterhouse.
Cruel is a
must-read for anyone who's willing to look the hideous meat industry square in
the eye and never be at a loss for
words when someone asks, "So, what you made you go vegetarian?" In
addition to factory farming, Coe delves into the pain and suffering inherent in
commercial fishing, the wool industry, and other areas of animal exploitation.
Here's the good news:
PETA supporters who pre-order now through April 1 can receive 20 percent off
the book's cover price and free
shipping. What's more, 20 percent of the proceeds from sales of Cruel will be donated to PETA. So you'll
be saving money and helping PETA to save animals' lives at the same time. Just click here to order and enter
the code GOVEGAN at checkout.
Sue Coe's work sticks with you in a way that many other
writers and illustrators can only dream of. So don't pass up this opportunity
to save big on the latest work by one of the most compelling and talented
activists of our time. Order your very own copy of Cruel now!
Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights? Read more.