You, a lifeboat, a tiger. Would you make it? Would Tod? Would Julia? Would Rider? (We have our bets.) Join our hosts as they discuss this bestselling novel and their hopes for the upcoming movie. Watch out for spoilers (though we’ll warn you).
5 Responses to Episode 17: Life of Pi by Yann Martel
Well, I haven’t listened to the podcast, but I fully intend to. Unless, of course, you say that Life of Pi is anything short of amazing. I read that book in one friggin sitting for my AP Lit class years ago in high school- a first for me for an assigned book- because I just couldn’t put it down.
So yeah… I’ll listen sometime soonish, I have lessons to plan first, but I really hoped you liked it!
Loved this book. Loved it. I couldn’t believe I could be so fascinated by months in a lifeboat, but it was riveting. Haven’t seen the movie yet, will soon, but I don’t see how a book this cerebral can possibly adequately filmed.
Oh Mindy . . . I just read the entire reievw . . . and oh goodness, that’s quite a reievw.I’ve often scratched my head at the Man Booker awards. Have you tried to read WOLF HALL? It’s just a mess. As I was reading, I kept thinking Get thee to an editor.
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