PRLog - March 24, 2014 - ORLANDO, Fla. -- Elizabeth Allen, known as the author of sexy, semi-biographical memoirs Who Got Liz Gardner and Discovering Arugula, steps into the vegan/vegetarian/
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"You don't have to be a vegetarian,"
A dystopian tale in the not too distant future about animals and humans - and their place on the food menu...
Enter the world of IMA PIGG. Enter a world where being a vegetarian and a defender of animal rights makes you a traitor in the government's eyes. A world where only meat is eaten for breakfast, lunch, snacks and dinner. A world where the growing of vegetables is quite a serious crime. Enter a world where extreme inhumanity is rewarded. A world where Animal Rights groups no longer exist. And no one has the courage to step forward to represent the animals or increase awareness of their torture and carnage. Not if they want to live.
Not until now.
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