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Life of Pi
- "I remember reading this book for summer reading for high school and at first I couldn't get into it and after the first chapter I didn't want to put the book down." in 6 reviews
Incredibly well written and thought-provoking. The elegant language used to express emotions in the novel really give it depth.
I really like the narrative in this novel. It is an interesting story that held my attention the whole way through!
I had a really hard time getting into this book and never finished it. I don't see what all the hype was about.
The book is an adventurous story and the movie keeps you on your feet too (: !! I recommend this to anyone that can read and haven't read it yet !
I love this book better than the movie even though they did a really great job on the movie too.
I had to read this book in high school and everyone loved it so much. I'm not a fiction person but i did enjoy it (despite being forced to read it)
This book is fantastic. I actually listened to the audiobook version which was wonderfully narrated. I couldn't "put it down" ! I could visualize everything the narrator was describing, and feel all the sorrow and pain he feels as he's adrift in the ocean. The twist at the end is jaw dropping!
I remember picking up this book on a whim not expecting much, and finishing it wanting more. The Life of Pi is as quirky as it is captivating. Although the book is a bit gruesome and takes some nasty turns, overall the story of perseverance you see is one that keeps you engaged and reading until the very end!
So I saw the movie first but did not really pay any attention to it. I discussed some movies with a co-worker and as she explained this movie's plot, I knew I had to read the book. Although I knew the storyline, it was still intriguing to read.
Q & A
Which story do you believe and why?
Would you recommend this book? Should I read it?
Loved the movie, is the book just as good....or better? or hopefully not worse ?
Was this a good book? Was it a good movie?
Is the book better than the movie, like it usually is?