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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.
I know I don't really need to add my two cents about this famous book. Suffice it to say that it is unforgettable. Read morePublished 7 hours ago by C.F. Lai-Larson "Sam"
Love this book! So sad it's finished. I love that he never lost faith, he survived incredible horrors. I feel almost like it could be a true story.Published 11 hours ago by Hope Tauber
Very interesting book, I was amazed to find out this young man was only six years older than my twin sons when the ship wrecked. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Carolyn-Ann Souzu
I confess the Life of Pi is not the type of book I usually read (sci fi, history, what have you), and it certainly doesn't seem to fit into any particular genre, which is one... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Kindle Customer
Gripping narration and philosophy, well-developed characters. A real great read and a book I would recommend to anyone. Good job!Published 3 days ago by Robert B Roseberry
I would recommend this book to any and all. It is unbelievably beautiful. I loved it. I will have to see the movie next.Published 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
Loved it. I was even believing it till we reached the self-eating island. Felt a little betrayed, but I got over it. Yann Martel spins a fabulous tale.Published 3 days ago by Frida300