Consider the novel Unsaid as the literary bookend to the summer hit movie “Rise of the Planet of the Apes.” Like “Apes,” Unsaid is a surprisingly deep exploration of our obligations to animals, speciesism, and the increasingly shaky boundary between human and other-than-human life. For those of us interested in animal protection, it is extremely heartening to find these themes are becoming an increasing part of mainstream media and the national discourse.

I learned about Unsaid through a review on the animal advocacy blog “Our Hen House.” I am truly surprised more animal groups haven’t sat up and taken notice of this novel.

(Review originally appeared at


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