82-page animal liberation novella by Rick Bogle
An activist launches an outlaw campaign to stop animal abusers for good, in a militant effort to spark a vegan revolution.
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In 1858, Abraham Lincoln stated that slavery would not end for at least a century. In 1859, abolitionist John Brown waged a war of weapons against slaveholders, shortening this time to seven years. He is now recorded in history as “the man who killed slavery”.
Today, animals are killed by the billions for food and science, while activists who lawfully protest this cruelty are vilified and imprisoned as “terrorists”.
In time, those responsible for this violence may very well reap what they have sown.
This is the story of one such future. It is a story of a present-day John Brown, bringing the war against animals home to their abusers – a last recourse that may finally bring about a vegan nation.
Paperback: 82 pages
Publisher: Warcry Communications; First Edition edition (March 15th, 2012)
Product Dimensions: 6" x 9"