Making your title a question is a tried-and-true method of grabbing a reader’s attention. Add in a cover that features a sweet little Siamese being menaced by a phantom fork, and walking by Would You Eat Your Cat? without at least picking it up seems well nigh impossible.
And if you pick this one up, you’ll be flipping through it for a while—classic and modern moral dilemmas (including the titular one) are outlined in an illustrated, magazine-like format. Answers and further discussion of each question are found in the book’s second half, which also tells you what it is “likely” or “possible” about you, based on your personal answer. It’s a fun and informative read for those who enjoy pondering these sorts of questions . . . and isn’t that most everyone?
Did the title grab your attention? Will you look for this one in November?