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Life of Pi
Transcript of Life of Pi
When Pi is sixteen his family decides to move(with some of the animals) to Canada. However on the journey to North America, the boat sinks. Pi is thrown into a life boat that also contains a dying Zebra. At first Pi thinks he sees another survivor in the water and only after throwing them a life preserver and pulling them aboard does he realize that “the survivor” is actually the 450 pound tiger from his father’s zoo named Richard Parker. Over the next seven months (227 days to be precise), Pi trains Richard Parker an actually creates a bond with the tiger.
"'I love you!'
The words burst out pure and unfettered, infinite. The feeling flooded my chest.
'Truly I do. I love you, Richard Parker. If I didn't have you now, I don't know what I would do. I don't think I would make it. No, I wouldn't. I would die of hopelessness" Strengths I would recommend this book, but, only to a strong reader and a critical thinker. I have heard many opinions about the book, and more often than not people who enjoy reading love it, others however were just confused. The book is quirky. I would say, take the book as a challenge! This novel is unique. It is refreshingly different from other teen- reads. Pi’s outrageous adventure is distinctively described and is striking and colorful. The book is written in first-person from an adult viewpoint, and thus, his outlook is uncommonly sophisticated as he recalls about his childhood. This can be a bit confusing.