As with other books by Ruth Ozeki, this story covers a number of themes including the factory farming of animals and the health problems for those who consume meat reared in this way. It also contrasts food culture in Japan and in the USA. The characters are well 'fleshed' out and the reader can empathise with them. I couldn't put the book down until I'd finished it.
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