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Life of PiOm Pondicherry explores issues of spirituality and practicality from an early age He survives days after a shipwreck while stranded on a boat in the Pacific Ocean with a Bengal tiger named Richard Parker

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  • Eva

    Life of Pi reader Õ Paperback Î citybells Life of PiIt is not so much that The Life of Pi is particularly moving although it is It isn’t even so much that it is written with language that is both delicate and sturdy all at once which it is as well And it’s certainly not that Yann Martel’s vision filled passages are so precise that you begin to feel the salt water on your skin even though they are It is that like Bohjalian and Byatt and all of the great Houdini’s of the literary world in the last few moments of your journey – after you’ve felt the emotions endured the moments of heartache yearned for the resolution of the characters’ struggle – that you realize the book is not what you thought it was The story tra


  • Jason

    Life of Pi reader Õ Paperback Î citybells Life of PiLITTLE INDIAN BOY GOES ON WEIRD BOAT RIDE WITH MEAN CAT


  • Trevor

    Life of Pi reader Õ Paperback Î citybells Life of PiI found a lot of this book incredibly tedious I tend to avoid the winners of the Man Booker – they make me a little depressed The only Carey I haven’t liked won the Booker Oscar and Lucinda I really didn’t like the little bit of Vernon God Little I read and I never finished The Sea despite really liking Banville’s writing So being told a book is a winner of the Booker tends to be a mark against it from the start unfortunatelyI’m going to have to assume you have read this book as if I don’t I won’t be able to say anything about it at all Apparently when Yann Martel wrote this he was feeling a bit down and this was his way of plucking himself up Well good on him That’s just great I was a little annoyed when I found out that the person the book is dedicated to had also written a story about a man


  • Mary

    Life of Pi reader Õ Paperback Î citybells Life of PiIt's not that it was bad it's just that I wish the tiger had eaten him so the story wouldn't existI read half of it and felt really impatient the whole time skipping whole pages and then I realized that I didn't have to keep going which is as spiritual a moment as I could hope to get from this book


  • Kirstine

    Life of Pi reader Õ Paperback Î citybells Life of PiI was extremely surprised by this book Let me tell you why it's a funny story On the Danish cover it says Pi's Liv Pi's Life but I hadn't noticed the apostrophe so I thought it said Pis Liv Piss Life and I thought that was an interesting title at least so perhaps I should give it a go So I did And what I read was not at all what I had expected I thought it was a book about a boy in the slums or something It wasn't until I looked up the book in English I realized the title wasn't Piss Life I was deceived for the longest time and well not only about this When I first read it I also thought it was based on a true story I'm not sure why I thought that I must have misread something I vaguely recall thinking the prologue was instead an introdu


  • Miranda Reads

    Life of Pi reader Õ Paperback Î citybells Life of PiBig Bois Everyone's heard of them The Libraries are full of them But are they worth it?Click the link for my video review of the big bois in my lifeThe Written ReviewThe beginning is roughIt's all like Why do we keep going on and on about religion? Where's the boat? Where's the tiger? Stop and enjoy the roses The book will get to the tiger part when it wants to Young Pi Piscine Pi Patel spends the first part of the book joining the Christian Muslim and Hindu faiths It's not a matter of he can't choose a religion it's that he is able simultaneously believe in all of them The philosophical musings and religious prose provide an extremely interesting insight on how these religions inters


  • Malbadeen

    Life of Pi reader Õ Paperback Î citybells Life of PiSift a pinch of psychology with a scant tablespoon of theology add one part Island of the Blue Dolphin with two parts philosophy mix with a pastry blender or the back of a fork until crumbly but not dry and there you have Pi and his lame o cheesed out boat ride to enlighte


  • Jesse

    Life of Pi reader Õ Paperback Î citybells Life of PiLife of Pi was a fairly engaging story in terms of plot and character but what made it such a memorable book for me at least was its thematic concerns Is it a story that will make you believe in God as Pi claims? I'm not sure I'd go that far but I would recommend it to people who enjoy thinking about the nature of reality and the role of faith in our lives To me the entire thrust of the book is the idea that reality is a story and therefore we can choose our own story as the author himself puts it So if life is a story we have two basic choices we can limit ourselves only to what we can know for sure that is to dry yeastless factuality or we can choose the better story I suppose in Pi's world the better story includes God b


  • Annalisa

    Life of Pi reader Õ Paperback Î citybells Life of PiI read this book two years ago but when we discussed it this month for book club I remembered how much I liked it A good discussion always ups my appreciation of a novel as does an ending that makes me reuestion my givens in the story I find myself reading contradictory interpretations and agreeing with both sides That's the beauty of symbolism as long as you back up your cause it's plausible Initially it took me several weeks to get into the book The beginning reads like a textbook with inserted clips of the main character's future self While the knowledge I gained about zoology and theology was interesting it wasn't intriguing enough to keep me awake for than a few pages at a time and often I found the tidbits a confusing distraction But with distance I


  • Sean Barrs

    Life of Pi reader Õ Paperback Î citybells Life of PiOn the surface Life of Pi is a funny little book heart warming and audacious but dig a little deeper and you’ll see how complex the story actually is The magically real elements make