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Life of Pi: A Book Review


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I remember seeing the movie a few years ago. My mom had half watched a trailer while doing 10 other things and figured it was a fun movie about a circus or something because there was a tiger. 648 more words

Life of Pi

Are you an agnostic? Or an atheist? Or a religious person?—(I am asking, I am not questioning—then you do not need to answer it). Life of Pi is about faithful—(of course faithful to the only One-Single-Absolute Substance, GOD). 424 more words


Book Review; “Life of Pi” by Yann Martel copyright 2001

I haven’t seen the movie.

What I knew of the book or the story is what I saw in trailers or heard second-hand from others. (One lady I had never met before insisted on telling me the complete story all while I was making a selection from a movie kiosk.) 459 more words

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Life of Pi Review

Before I even start this review I want to talk about this beautiful copy (you can’t see it but there’s silver pages, another tiger imprinted on the spine, and it’s only about 6″!). 481 more words

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Richard Parker, the Spider: A Miniature Life of Pi

Earlier this summer, while kayaking on Michigan’s Sturgeon River, a burly black spider scurried up my leg. I tried to swat it out of the boat but it retreated down to my feet, finding its way to the bow, where it lurked for the rest of the paddle. 295 more words

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Book Review; “The Cruelest Month” Louise Penny copyright 2007

For those of you that follow along you may remember that I reviewed the first in the series “Still Life”. “The Cruelest Month is #3, I somehow got out of order in the series and missed the second. 458 more words

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Quote for Today: Yann Martel

I must say a word about fear. It is life’s only true opponent. Only fear can defeat life. It is a clever, treacherous adversary, how well I know. 96 more words

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