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The Life Of Pi

tyger zhaityger zhai NewcastleMember Posts: 12
Well, it's kinda cat related, a Bengal Tiger is a main character. Which version of Pi's tale did you believe? Curious to see others perceptions of this fantastic piece of literature. I personally think his original story with the animals is true rather than the abridged version for the authorities, but common-sense tells me otherwise.

Comments

  • Andrea WorkmanAndrea Workman Oakey OaksMember Posts: 202
    edited 25 January, 2007
    I loved this book. Parts of it were really funny! I especially loved how Pi was interested in all of the different religions. That was really fascinating. I heard that a movie was going to be made from it. I would want to rent it but I don't think I could bear to pay to see it dissected into a movie.
  • eva pennyeva penny chehalisMember Posts: 528
    edited 26 January, 2007
    I loved this book! What an amazing journey that he had to undertake. The fact that he survived against all odds while living with a Tiger on a life raft. Definately a must read =; P.S. I LOVED the idea of the algae island,that was SO cool!!
  • Steph HigginsSteph Higgins TorontoMember Posts: 276
    edited 26 January, 2007
    I LOVED THAT BOOK! but I did skip over the relgion chapter, that was sort of dry. The rest was amazing though, I couldnt put it down. Just a great story.
  • Melinda BMelinda B Member Posts: 1,628
    edited 31 January, 2007
    I had a very difficult time reading some of the parts of this book, I am squeamish. It has been awhile since I read it but I agree with the cat who said they would like to believe the animal version even though they know logically the story told to the authorities was probably true. The island part of the book was SHOCKING mol! Has anyone else read a book called The 13 1/2 Lives of Captain BlueBear? I only started reading it, but lost intrest, but there was an island in that book where BlueBear landed and it was a gourmet island all made of food. There were no natural predators, so he just got really huge and lazy, then when he was to out of shape to move, the island came alive and tried to eat HIM!!! The island itself was a predator!!! Sort of simliar, someone who enjoyed Life Of Pi or Harry Potter might enjoy it. I might try reading it again when I am less distracted.
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