Life Of Pi by Yann Martel

*Spoiler alert*

A Magical Journey! A magical journey of Pi Patel!! It seemed as though I were travelling with him and Richard Parker throughout the journey. Yann Martel totally makes us experience and feel all the emotions in the book. It is indeed very beautifully written. Kudos to Yann Martel!!

But yeah.. Towards the end, I seriously wished that Richard Parker should have at least glanced back at his fellow castaway,Pi. It was so heart-breaking to gulp down the fact that he doesn’t even turn back.

Moreover, the mystery of the blind man whom Pi met while Pi himself turned blind, still stays in my mind. I mean, like, wow! He met a person in the middle of the PACIFIC!! Good thing! But, what for? Only to be eaten up by a tiger later on? Well, all the events that took place throughout the journey had some sort of spiritual significance. But, well, I’ve failed to see any such importance in this incident. *No offence* I’ll just have to think it over more! *wink*

– Suri

5 thoughts on “Life Of Pi by Yann Martel

  1. Couldn’t agree more. Richard Parker was a jerk for not looking back. Thanks for sharing! I loved this book so much. If you’re ever interested in some other awesome book reviews and musings, be sure to follow! Thanks!

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