I don't think so, I felt a bit uncomfortable at the end.
I liked the carnivorous plants on the floating island. The botanist/chemist in me started to figure it all out!
Again, the floating island. But also the meeting of all the religious men, with the family.
I got goosebumps when the tiger started to sound friendly.
I thought it would connect the different part of the stories better at the end. Afterwards the interludes from "today's Canada" seems a bit underexploited. And finally, I must say I liked the narrator. The indian accent was perfect for this book.
I enjoyed this book. It was a little slow in some spots but didn't deter for the story. The really made me re-think the events of the entire book. Pi is a fascinating character with and amazing story of survival and faith.
Couldn't wait to find out what would happen next. I highly recommend.
This is a very different book. I can't think of another to compare it to.
Pi was naturally my favorite.
I can't wait to see the movie.
The details in the story made me feel like I was there and the narrator was wonderful.
This was a wonderful book that I'm sure I will listen to again and again (which I never do!).
Did not read it.
Very good timing and accents.
Saw the movie this week. Very good but the audio book was better.
It was dark. I expected a feel good bok about the human spirit triumph.
He played the part well
the real story part
EXCITEMENT, SHOCK, and CAPTIVATED
PI firstly. But then his brothers sense of humor and sarcasim was wonderful.
at the end when he was talking to the policemen
i wouldn't the name was perfect. but if i had to it wouldve been.
"Pi's Tiger and Their Endless Boat Ride"
I can't wait to see if the movie holds up to the Greatness of the Book!
Say something about yourself!
It took a minute to get going, but the end result was worth it. I loved it.
I can't stop calling my dog Richard Parker and I cried a few tears over Orange Juice.
Love that the main charater is from India and the reader is also of Indian descent.