I just loved listening to this story. Like so many times before the book is so much better than the movie and I loved the movie. At the same time I learned a lot - the kid in the boat is so smart. I have always loved listening to the soothing sounds of an Indian accent. This is a book I will save forever.
Inspiring, instrospective, bold
Second last chapter
Ability to multitask
First audiobook ever, brilliant story and great voice.
Would highly recommend it
If you saw the movie and loved it, you should give this a try to look deeper into the character and dive deeper into the fantasy. If you haven't seen the movie, read this first - enjoy them equally for different reasons.
A great Surprise ! I looked forward to the next listening, and found the next book to be a let down after such an exciting story.
Only con is the slow start but this is an outstanding book!
Pi, you see him mature.
His ability to make you feel like the character is authentic.
The ending is freaking terrific.
The author's analogies and the narrarators development of the character
The ending...I am still puzzled.
an Indian accent
Yes. I felt a little misled by the book descriptions. I thought this book was all adventure and tigers in boats at sea but the first half is a bit slower that expected but is beautiful. It is necessary for the second more adventure-y half of the book. The narrator speaks beautifully and brings the charactors to life.
a very fun book about how you deal with being stuck at sea in a life boat i cant wait to see the movie
there are some many good part it hard to say
yes you could listen to in from start to finish in one listen
Just your average bookworm.. love reading books physically, but with work and school, audiobooks are a great alternative. I host a book club, and I few of us are avid listeners. I listen while I clean, drive, and workout. Great hobby!
YES, I NEED TO. after the bookclub discussion questions, I realized there's SO MUCH I MISSED with this book. I wish I had went into it knowing how heavy it was.
The acid island.
Pi. loved him.
hmmmm. good question. don't have an answer now, but I can see how it would be rename-able.
this book reminds me of LOST... where you're trying to catch a million concepts at once, and you miss several. do a little research, so you understand what mindset to have as you read this book.
Yes, in a few years I would revisit the story because it is well written and narrated.
Too many to mention
Just an enjoyable book that is thought provoking, will make you cringe and laugh. Extremelywell read by narrator.