Reviews

  • Henry Mance believes that the bad things we do to animals are the result of our failure to think through the consequences of our actions. How to Love Animals will remedy that failure, in a highly readable, informative and entertaining manner.

    Peter Singer, author of Animal Liberation
  • Unsentimental, hugely enjoyable [and] full of fascinating details. I read it with rising anger, and several chuckles. Stylishly written and deeply researched, Mance serves up the inconvenient truth that the meat on our plates was very recently a living sentient creature not unlike ourselves. He makes a powerful case in this important book, which calls for radical change to the way we eat, farm and manage wildlife in this human age.

    Gaia Vince, author of Transcendence and Adventures in the Anthropocene
  • Wise, funny, moving and incisive. I loved it.

    Tim Harford, author of How To Make The World Add Up
  • A whip-smart, thought-provoking and thrilling investigation into one of the most essential moral issues of our time. Eye-opening as well as moving, challenging as well as frequently amusing, How to Love Animals surprised and fascinated me. Mance is unwavering in his attention and journalistic rigour, never avoiding the difficult questions about how we treat animals, and his prose is also highly enjoyable and entertaining.

    Lucy Jones, author of Losing Eden: Why Our Minds Need the Wild
  • Smart, provocative and funny, this book also throws down a huge challenge to all of us. You'll never look at your dog - or a glass of milk - in the same way again.

    Helen Lewis, author of Difficult Women

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