Eating Animals by Jonathan Safran Foer is a very enjoyable book written on the history and culture of eating animals in the US. It covers the process used to slaughter animals and the cruel treatment received by poor animals on the farm. It brings out a lot of intense arguments about which animal to eat and which not to and where do we draw the moral line of eating animals. It is a compelling book which forces once to reconsider eating meat. The book offers interesting debate on different animal eating practices and the impacts of that on the environment. One can disagree with a lot of content of the book, although it is fair to say that most of the arguments are well-thought and very cleverly put.