Signal Hill, CA, United States | Member Since 2012
It would be "are you serious?" I love a good zombie game, movie or story; but, I can't tell if this guy is serious.
This is not applicable, but I was imagining one while listening. I don't know if that counts.
I haven't, this book is just stating information, so I don't know if I was able to experience his full potential. He was a very good reader.
"Zombie-Proofing for Dummies"
Yes, first for entertainment and second to give them a great life concept. When the truth is revealed, forgiveness, love, and a slew of other emotions can abound.
My first thought was Ender's Game, of course. However, I think this book touches on some very great social issues, so maybe it could be used to help people accept one another.
I love the release felt at Marcao's "speaking." Just felt good to clear the air.
I really enjoyed this book, but I think I was glad that I experienced it piece by piece. As I mentioned in other comments, there are some deep concepts being discussed here. It goes slightly beyond making me think about just a story and a set of characters. Cultural differences, acceptance, and other items are covered in this book. So I wouldn't take it all in one sitting.
Of course, it is a very descriptive and enlightening narrative of a basic story and a culture that, I feel, not many Americans know about.
There are many, but the first that comes to mind is when Amir's father save's the life of the mother they were escaping with.
He made it very easy to be engulfed in the story.
I've listened to a lot of audio books, so maybe around tenth.
I love being apart of Ender's thought process!
Attitude and variety. I love audio books for opening me up to a different way to see the story.
He's our only hope, and he's six.
I would definitely listen to this book again. I have also been trying to get everyone I know to read or listen to it. I loved how descriptive the author was with this tale. I would find myself caught up imagining the situation that Pi found himself in with vivid detail. If you think about just the main premise (kid on a boat with a tiger for a long time), how much imagery can you really come up with?! Yann Martel gave me a wonderful experience with a character I will not soon forget.
It would obviously have to be Pi. He is a very strong character! I love his faith.
He was consistent and clear. I dislike it when a book loses its magic because the person reading it fails to perform.
Orange Juice. Everyone else will say Pi and the other options might eat you!
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