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Amazing Disgrace.


By Catherine Dimercurio Dominic

What a joy to find a novel featuring a vegan main character! If you're looking for a pleasurable page-turner, Amazing Disgrace fits the bill.

This book centers on a couple questioning their religious beliefs as a result of various happenings in their life. One consistent theme throughout the book is the fact that the man has strong vegan beliefs and works in a no-kill animal shelter. Whenever a situation demonstrates his vegan values, it is done in a positive and accurate way. For example, at the start of the novel, the woman says, "You're a vegan. Every aspect of your behavior is an action for the good of another being."

Amazing Disgrace (ISBN 1-59414-466-4) is a 392-page hardcover book published by Five Star Publishing. Look for this book in your local bookstore or online. Debra Wasserman.
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Author:Wasserman, Debra
Publication:Vegetarian Journal
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Date:Jul 1, 2006
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