• Picture of <strong>John Robbins</strong>, author of <em>The Food Revolution</em>
    Every so often a book comes along that has the power to alter the course of history. Project Animal Farm is that potent….People will be talking about this book for decades.”John Robbins, author of The Food Revolution
  • Picture of <strong>J. M. Coetzee</strong>, Winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature
    [A]n engaging account…about this most secretive of global enterprises.”J. M. Coetzee, Winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature
  • Picture of <strong>Temple Grandin</strong>, scientist and author of <em>Animals in Translation</em>
    Everybody who is interested in food policy and animal welfare should read this book.”Temple Grandin, scientist and author of Animals in Translation
  • Picture of <strong>Peter Singer</strong>, philosopher and author of <em>Animal Liberation</em>
    Let Sonia Faruqi take you on her courageous personal journey of discovery. I thought I already knew everything there is to know about modern animal production, but I learned many new things from this very readable book, and you will, too.”Peter Singer, philosopher and author of Animal Liberation
  • Picture of <strong>Frances Moore Lappé</strong>, author of <em>Diet for a Small Planet</em>
    Brave, captivating, enlightening, and impossible to put down, this remarkable true story pries open hearts and minds and exposes the travesty of industrial farming like none other.”Frances Moore Lappé, author of Diet for a Small Planet
  • Picture of <strong>John Mackey</strong>, co-Founder and co-CEO of Whole Foods Market
    Impossible to forget and impossible to ignore, Project Animal Farm is an original and thought-provoking exploration of where our food comes from.”John Mackey, co-Founder and co-CEO of Whole Foods Market
  • Picture of <strong>Philip Lymbery</strong>, CEO of Compassion in World Farming and author of <em>Farmageddon</em>
    Written in the most vivid and engaging way, this remarkable book demands to be read by anyone who cares about where their food comes from.”Philip Lymbery, CEO of Compassion in World Farming and author of Farmageddon
  • Picture of <strong>David Kirby</strong>, author of <em>Animal Factory</em>
    An extraordinary triumph of narrative nonfiction. A seminal work of investigative journalism.”David Kirby, author of Animal Factory
  • Picture of <strong>Gene Baur</strong>, President of Farm Sanctuary
    A poignant work of depth and clarity. An accessible and educational examination of our food system. Highly recommended.”Gene Baur, President of Farm Sanctuary
  • Picture of <strong>Roger Harley</strong>, Farmer
    A work of unrelenting passion, Project Animal Farm is a very compelling and informative read.”Roger Harley, Farmer
  • Project Animal Farm is amazing….[written] with sparkling narrative and infectious passion.”Kabir Sehgal, author of Coined
  • Picture of <strong>Wayne Pacelle</strong>, President and CEO of The Humane Society of the United States
    An eyes-wide-open view of industrial animal farming and its effect on farm animals and on consumers. A compelling and thoughtful work, a clarion call for acknowledgment.”Wayne Pacelle, President and CEO of The Humane Society of the United States
  • Picture of <strong>Marc Bekoff</strong>, ethologist and author of <em>The Emotional Lives of Animals</em>
    Filled with deeply personal stories and facts about food production, Project Animal Farm is a game-changer.”Marc Bekoff, ethologist and author of The Emotional Lives of Animals
  • Picture of <strong>Aysha Akhtar</strong>, author of <em>Animals and Public Health</em>
    An engaging expedition that exposes both the animal suffering and the urgent public health threats posed by factory farms.”Aysha Akhtar, author of Animals and Public Health
  • Picture of <strong>Jonathan Balcombe</strong>, author of <em>Pleasurable Kingdom</em>
    Sonia Faruqi shines a brave light on what, by many estimates, is the most pressing issue of our time. It is required reading for anyone who eats food.”Jonathan Balcombe, author of Pleasurable Kingdom
  • Picture of <strong>Hal Herzog</strong>, author of <em>Some We Love, Some We Hate, Some We Eat</em>
    Warning: This book might change your life!”Hal Herzog, author of Some We Love, Some We Hate, Some We Eat
  • Picture of <strong>Lorraine Johnson</strong>, author of <em>City Farmer</em>
    Compassionate, engaging and wise, Sonia Faruqi guides readers through a polarizing subject—the lives of farm animals—and takes us to places that challenge our ideas, shed light on complexities, and propel new thinking.”Lorraine Johnson, author of City Farmer
  • Picture of <strong>Rob Laidlaw</strong>, biologist and children’s book author
    Compelling, fascinating, empowering and hopeful, Project Animal Farm will forever change the way you look at farm animals and will help you become a part of the dramatic and long overdue change the book demands.”Rob Laidlaw, biologist and children’s book author
  • Picture of <strong>Wayne Roberts</strong>, author of <em>The No-Nonsense Guide to World Food</em>
    A perfect combination of excellent writing and in-depth understanding.”Wayne Roberts, author of The No-Nonsense Guide to World Food
  • Picture of <strong>Tovar Cerulli</strong>, author of <em>The Mindful Carnivore</em>
    Faruqi’s bold, critical, and ultimately hopeful quest for ideal animal agriculture reminds us that how we treat our fellow beings is a deeply moral matter.”Tovar Cerulli, author of The Mindful Carnivore
  • Picture of <strong>Katherine Gustafson</strong>, author of <em>Change Comes to Dinner</em>
    An engaging, penetrating tour. Insightful.”Katherine Gustafson, author of Change Comes to Dinner
  • Picture of <strong>Daniel Quinn</strong>, author of <em>Ishmael</em>
    [A] book about the people who make their living putting food on our tables….You’ll be glad to have seen them all with Sonia Faruqi’s eyes.”Daniel Quinn, author of Ishmael