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An award winner in Canada (and winner of the 2002 Man Booker Prize), Life of Pi, Yann Martel's second novel, should prove to be a breakout book in the U.S. At one point in his journey, Pi recounts, "My greatest wish--other than salvation--was to have a book. A long book with a never-ending story. One that I could read again and again, with new eyes and fresh understanding each time." It's safe to say that the fabulous, fablelike Life of Pi is such a book. --Brad Thomas Parsons --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Be it a parable or a "true story", The Life of Pi is a thoroughly captivating tale, an inspiring story of survival in the most trying circumstances, and a fascinating and... Read morePublished 9 hours ago by Legoman75
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Took a while to get to the heart of the book ... didn't care for the endingPublished 1 day ago by Pen Name
Excellent! This carried me along until I had to "Google" it to prove to myself that it was total fiction!Published 2 days ago by Connie White
I had no idea the world I was falling into when I started this book. Beautifully written it grips you right till the end,and then.......Published 2 days ago by mary t robinson
A strange but poetic story of a young man's struggle to survive a sinking ship in the Pacific ocean. All about faith and what drives one to live. Read morePublished 3 days ago by larryj
Some people may enjoy this, but it definitely was not my cup of tea. I found it to be tediously boring at times and the author's arrogance really rubbed me the wrong way ("I... Read morePublished 3 days ago by James H.