Overall I liked this book even though it was slow in some parts. I wish I was in a book club and could have discussed and debated the ending with other people. The ending really leaves you pondering about the truth.
The author spends a lot of time in the beginning of the book setting things up, and it drags at times. The problem is that this takes up the first half of the book. Upon him being at sea, it stays pretty interesting. Can't wholeheartedly recommend it, but it is very clever and is about as unique as you could ask for.
I had my eye on this book for awhile because I love stories about the bond between animals and humans. I enjoyed the beginning but the middle and end of the book was so graphically described and horrific, I was sorry I had read it.
This was an excellent story. Once I got used to the accent of the narrator I really enjoyed it. It seemed to carry on a bit long but overall it was a good story.
This is a compelling story of an endearing narrator who keeps you wanting to listen for hours. The visceral details augment the moments we can all relate to though in a very unusual life story.
Part 1 starts of very slow and get even slower but the story eventualy picks up speed with a very good ending. There are many lessons and ideas in the book that will make you re-think your views on life. I always judge a book by it's ability to leave the reader something that will enrich your life, and this is one of those books.
This one should be required reading for the entire human race! My new internal guidance system can be summed up with these four words - what would Pi do? Loved this book!
This was an intensely interesting look at the human psyche. While it was humerous on the surface, there was a deep sadness to his story. One of the best books I have read in years. Imaginative, and well written. A story of human survival against the odds, and a study of the our capability to be the best and the worst of people.
This is my first experience with audio books and it was a pleasant one. I would strongly recommend it to first time audio book listeners and others alike.
I like the perception of religion as described by the author, especially the singularity in all the religion. It shows the concern the author has in the crisis that our age is facing.
I also the liked the descriptive nature of the book. Cheers to Yann Martel.
The author has described in detail the psychological and the physical turmoil a cast-away would go through.
Good Read. Thank you Yann Martel :)