A funny book to make you cry
Be prepared to laugh until you cry – at first your tears will be tears of joy BUT as you read the new hilarious novel Making Hay in The Moon you will begin to cry with shame. If you have ever questioned where the meat that you eat came from, then this book will certainly prick your moral conscience. This explosive and at the same time hilariously funny novel follows the life of new born calf Norman as he grows up and heads towards the slaughter house. Learn the thoughts and listen to the words of the defenseless animals as they try to work out the true meaning of life.
In an online interview Andrew Gibson, author of Making Hay In The Moon said that “I grew up on a farm and could never quite come to terms with modern day farming practices. I have tried to write a book that personalizes the animals and lets the reader understand what the animals are thinking and saying. The book is written from the animals’ perspective and is set against the ignorance of the humans who are entrusted with their welfare.”
The book follows Ted, the mad Yorkshire cowman, Pauline Ramsbottom and the ladies of the W.I. in juxtaposition with the life of poor Norman, an inquisitive calf, and the other animals as they try to work out what life has in store for them. Be amazed at the knowledge and sexual prowess of Old Farmer Sid as he tries to keep his young girlfriend happy in bed and Ted on the straight and narrow. Laugh until you cry at the ignorance and stupidity of the humans entrusted with the animals’ welfare. Cry with shame and guilt at the plight of the animals and pray that Norman survives.
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