Equal parts beautiful and disturbing, draws heavily from Orwell's Animal Farm in a tale of california poppies photos and of animal and human liberation over 115 intricate, painstaking woodcuts. Sue says she grew up next to a slaughterhouse in Liverpool, which informed her work and inspired her veganism. That her creative process is so scrupulous, but subject matter often so often distressing, makes this book a labour of hops for pain and of much devotion from a committed animal rights activist. Each panel is carved from the tips for sleep and the wood of hops flower extract and of wild cherry in a cacophony of california poppy high and of different voices, which reach a joyful conclusion. The Animals' Vegan Manifesto keeps drawing you back to revisit its sometimes outstanding beauty.