I loved Ozeki's My Year of Meats, so I was very pleased to find All Over Creation. It is just as well thought out and researched as her first book. It gives a peek to both sides of agribusiness. Both the social activist working for change side and the big box company side. Of course the farmers are in there and how they work hard to make both a living and do what they love.
I like that her fiction has a very real layer of research and hard work to educate. I find that the stories are much more 3 dimensional for me. Perhaps it is b'c they are laid out more like a written storyboard and I am a visual person.