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  • Marisa Gorbsky

    great but i didn't get the ending. def a good book club book

  • Donna Bijas

    life of Pi - Another in the list of 100 to read before you die and well worth reading.

  • Susan Olson

    Life of Pi - officially on my to read list

  • Brittany

    A new book added to my favorites list! I'm going to watch the movie this weekend :-) Life of Pi by Yann Martel

  • R.M. Lane

    My current favorite book - Life of Pi

  • Lawrence Public Library

    The Book Club will be discussing Life of Pi by Yann Martel on March 1. 5:30pm in the library reading room - come on in!

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I expected to not like this book because the first few pages in 5 y/o child speak was hard to understand but it got better as the storyline got deeper. I had to find out what happened so it was one of those "read in one day" books. Makes me want to play with my own kids more too because sometimes I feel like those "rushed adults" in the outside world he was describing.

Life of Pi by Yann Martel Such a good novel. Read it twice. Even better the second time. I will read it again! <--it's that good.

Life of Pi...I need to read this book before the film comes out. I have heard it is great; movie trailer was amazing.

Sixteen year old Pi is left on a lifeboat with animal companions, including a 450 lb. Bengal tiger named Richard Parker.

Not only do I love this crazy read but I want this cover as a print in my house.

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First time I read this book was in contemporary literature my senior year in high school. Amazing book really makes you think

Milo, a bored ten-year-old, comes home to find a large toy tollbooth sitting in his room. Milo drives through the toll booth's gates and begins a memorable journey. Joining forces with the watchdog Tock, he meets the Mathemagician, the not-so-wicked "which", and Faintly Macabre, who tells Milo of his "impossible" mission to return two princesses to the Kingdom of Wisdom.

cinema paradiso - Men cannot know what it is to be together without otherwise knowing what it is to be apart. If all the world were love, then, how could love exist? This is why we turn away from each other on moments of great happiness and closeness. How can we know happiness and closeness without contrasting them, like lights? ~Jack Kerouac

Water for Elephants - Sara Gruen Good book, but found the animal cruelty in spots hard to stomach!