Jim Tilberry and his sidekick, Patricia Van Winkle, are an up-and-coming legend—not of Rock and Roll—but of Veggie Rap and Roll. Before reading their collaborative effort, "Revenge of the Vegetarian," Led Zeppelin would be proud to be found doing the boogie woogie to the tune of the twelve-bar blues at an all-you-can-eat meat-lover’s feast.
"Revenge of the Vegetarian: A Humorous Spin on the World of Vegetarianism" is written on a comedic par with the self-deprecating gigs of the Carrot Top comedian. The comedy begins early on when Tilberry explains why he enlisted a psychic to co-author the book. In reality, he did not. He just wanted a “sidekick” not a “psychic” but being hard of hearing, he responded to a friend suggesting Van Winkle to fill the role and so he ended up with a psychic for a sidekick.
Van Winkle adds a whole lot of spice to “Revenge of the Vegetarian” with her ability to converse with dead vegetarians of legendary status—Ghandi, Hitler, and Socrates—to name a few. Sauce that up with Tilberry’s full-flavored writing style and you will find yourself ready to shake, rattle, and roll with laughter through the entire book.
Food For Thought: the insanity is occasionally topped with a taste of profanity, so you may not wish to leave this book of veggie hilarity lying around within the reach of wee vegan appetites.
Jim Tilberry and Patricia Van Winkle successfully poke fun at vegetarians, vegans, and at meat eaters. By now you should be feeling like a pig in a poke chomping at the bit to get yourself a copy of "Revenge of the Vegetarian -- A Humorous Spin on the World of Vegetarianism." To allay your carnivorous appetite for reading this vegetarian morsel just head to Amazon.com.
After reading the Tilsberry and Van Winkle collaborative effort, "Revenge of the Vegetarian," no doubt you and Led Zeppelin would be proud to be found doing the boogie woogie—not to the twelve-bar blues—but to the tune of the salad bar blues.
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