Written on: 24/03/2004 by venusdemilo (2 reviews written)
It does make you laugh, even on public transport.
Yann Martel, Life of Pi Review: At times, I was completely taken back by the almost pure accuracy of this story as the details seemed so true in some aspects. I was almost sure this story was actually real.
However, I got extremely bored as another day went by on the lonesome boat. As if I can feel Pi's character tearing his hair out because of the mundane days passing by.
I haven't read all of it. Mainly because I convinced myself that I was just not in the mood to read this.
I admit, I skimmed through the beginning like there was no tomorrow. It made you want to turn the page and I was in a state of spiritual bliss, at times. However, maybe being the agnostic that I am, it soon lost it's interesting spark.
I may finish reading it, I may not. Not to be so harsh, but maybe I will carry on when I'm needing of something to kill time.
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