Pushes the clutter aside, and gets down to the nitty gritty of what fruitarianism is really all about; bringing our attitudes and behaviours back into sync with a potential life spent in the garden of Eden.

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The above Amazon link is to the second edition of the book, and has a different front cover, however apart from general reformatting (especially of the reference section), and a thorough proof reading, there is nothing new added.

In addition, the first edition contains inspirational quote boxes included on every page, these were removed from the second edition as they were considered by some to be a distraction from reading the main content of the book.

"How can we ever truly expect to live in paradise, if we are unable to behave appropriately?" - Mango

Not exactly a sequel to my first book, more of a complintary tome, delving into more detail of every aspect raised within Destination Eden.

One of the first chapters within this book contains a list of 75 arguments frequently used in opposition to veganism, together with rational responses countering those arguments. I'm hoping that this will be a great resource to all vegans finding themselves up against criticism or in a debate with those who support animal exploitation.

One of the last chapters of the guidebook is dedicated to answering the many questions raised by readers after reading Destination Eden. All the questions, doubts and arguments against this philosophy get answered there..

I'd love to hear feedback from any who have read this, or my previous book. - Please feel free to sign the guestbook above, or drop me a line..



Eden Fruitarianism is an extension of the philosophy of veganism, embracing the ethics of respect, kindness and compassion for all life on earth, and understanding of mankind's true spiritual nature and physiological needs as a manifested frugivorous species.

It recognises an inherent will to exist present within all lifeforms, including plant lives, and values the concept of the golden rule; to treat all other lives as if it were we ourselves living them.

In addition to the avoidance of wilful harm toward all species, Eden Fruitarianism recognises the uniqueness of fruit as a truly paradisical food ultimately gifted karmically freely by the plant, thus obtainable without cause for deliberate injury or damage to any other lifeform.

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