I really enjoyed Life of Pi by Yann Martel, a remarkable work of fiction. It’s a coming-of-age story about a young man who is forced to share a lifeboat at sea with a full-grown tiger. You’ll learn about animals in the zoo and what happens when they're forced back into the wild, and the courage it takes to face them down when it's just you and them at sea with little food or water. Great adventure storytelling, too. A terrific read while on vacation poolside or at the beach.
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● Other books by Yann Martel
● Yann Martel interview on Books & Co. on KAET-TV (manuscript)
● The Bookclub-in-a-box Discussion Guide to Life of Pi
Discussion Starters (click on "Comments" below):
● Did you enjoy this read? Why or why not?
● What was the most compelling part of the story for you and why?
● Was the story believable? Explain.
● Did the story end the way you thought it would?
● What lessons did you learn from the story?
● Would you read another story by Yann Martel? Why or why not?