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Life of Pi is a fantasy adventure novel by Yann Martel published in 2001 The protagonist Piscine Molitor Pi Patel a Tamil boy from Pondicherry explores issues of spirituality and practicality from an early age He survives 227 days after a shipwreck while stranded on a boat in the Pacific Ocean with a Bengal tiger named Richard Parker


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    It is not so much that The Life of Pi is particularly moving although it is It isn’t even so much that it is written with language that is both delicate and sturdy all at once which it is as well And it’s certainly not that Yann Martel’s vision filled passages are so precise that you begin to feel the salt water on your skin even though they are It is that like Bohjalian and Byatt and all of the great Houdini’s of the literary world in the last few moments of your journey – after you’ve felt the emotions endured the moments of heartache yearned for the resolution of the characters’ struggle – that you realize the book is not what you thought it was The story transforms instantly and foreverAnd in those last few chapters you suddenly realize that the moral has changed as wellYou feel Martel’s words lingering suggesting and you find yourself wondering whether you are his atheist who takes the deathbed leap of faith – hoping for white light and love? Or the agnostic who in trying to stay true to his reasonable self explains the mysteries of life and death in only scientific terms lacking imagination to the end and essentially missing the better story?There is no use in trying to provide a brief synopsis for this ravishing tale of a young boy from India left adrift in the Pacific in a lifeboat with a tiger who used to reside in his father’s zoo in Pondicherry There is no use because once you finish the book you might decide that this was not indeed what the book was about at all There is no use because depending on your philosophical bent the book will mean something very different to your best friend than it will to you There is no use because it is nearly impossible to describe what makes this book so grandRead this book Not because it is an exceptional piece of literary talent It is of course But there are many good authors and many good books While uncommon they are not endangered Read this book because in recent memory aside from Jose Saramago’s arresting Blindness – there have been no stories which make such grand statements with such few elements As Pi says in his story “Life on a lifeboat isn’t much of a life It is like an end game in chess a game with few pieces The elements couldn’t be simple nor the stakes higher” It is the same with Martel’s undulating fable of a book about a boy in a boat with a tiger A simple story with potentially life altering consequences for it’s readers As Martel writes The world isn't just the way it is It is how we understand it no? And in understanding something we bring something to it no? Like Schroedinger's cat in the box the way this book is understood the way it is perceived affects what it is There has been some talk that this book will make it’s readers believe in god I think it’s a question of perspective To behold this gem of a novel as an adventure of man against the elements the “dry yeastless factuality” of what actually happened is certainly one way to go about it But to understand this piece to be something indescribable something godlike is by far the greater leap of faithOh but worth the leap if the reader is like that atheist willing to see the better story