Life of Pi by Yann Martel

I couldn’t stand this book but forced myself through to the end, hoping it would redeem itself. It didn’t. How this ever won a Booker prize is beyond me. Was it just time to give it to a Canadian?

Gwenamon says: Yuck

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3 Responses to Life of Pi by Yann Martel

  1. Christine says:

    I’ve tried two times to read this book. I’m with you. Forget it.

  2. Morag says:

    You’re so wrong! Gwenamon we discussed this! You have to read the ending as a Freudian — poor guy had disassociated himself from what was happening; it’s not religion at all.

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