Revenge of the Vegetarian is a good book. I read it because I am a vegetarian, and was interested to read a funny "spin" on the concept. I do not eat red meat, although I do eat seafood and chicken (white meat).
It's a short book, but packed with "funnies" to keep you smiling as you read it. Although comical, it is still informative.
The author, Jim Tilberry, has his tongue firmly planted in his cheek, while taking humorous jabs at a variety of easy targets. Get a silly lesson on how to deal with meat eaters in social situations. Read hilarious interviews with famous dead vegetarians such as Gandhi, Socrates, and Ben Franklin. You'll even get a comical look at how the English language would change if an overly zealous vegetarian politician got his way.
The book also poses a lot of "what ifs." What if there was a "Vegetarian Olympics"? What if vegetarians ruled the country? And what would a vegetarian horoscope tell you about your future? Also you'll learn some laughable techniques meat eaters can use to more easily quit their carnivorous habit.
"Revenge" pokes fun at vegetarians, vegans, liberals and conservatives. But it pokes the most fun at meat eaters. This short entertaining book is ideal for any vegetarian or vegetarian wannabe with a sense of humor.
"Revenge of the Vegetarian" is a paperback with just 70 pages. It’s a very quick and easy read.
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