REVIEW: Life of Pi


Title: Life of Pi
Author: Yann Martel
Finished: December 6, 2011
Pages: 326
Published: 2001
Format: paperback & audiobook

I started this one off on audiobook then when I got closer to the end I picked up my own paperback and finished it off a lot faster.

When a young boy raised working at a family zoo and his family are offered the opportunity of a lifetime traveling across the ocean with some rare animals to join another zoo, the temptation is hard to resist.

But once on the journey Pi, the young boy, finds himself the lone survivor of a sinking ship. The story of Pi and his journey is one that is hard to believe and even at the end one questions which is reality and which is fiction.

A great story! Can’t wait to see how it transforms on film.

*challenges: project fill in the blanks, tbr stack, 11 in 11 reading challenge, 100+ reading challenge, a-z reading challenge, off the shelf, countdown challenge, monthly mixup

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