by David Duchovny
Globe-trotting anthropomorphized animals, puns, and double entendres. What more could you want in a funny, offbeat novel with a serious message lurking beneath the surface? Duchovny proves his comedic and writers chops in this fable featuring a cow named Elsie Bovary. Elsie is on the run to escape the meat farm. But thankfully, she’s not alone. She’s got her friends: a Torah-reading pig, and a turkey who can’t fly but can manage an iPhone.