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Self by Yann Martel

Edgy, funny and devastating, Self is the fictional autobiography of a young writer at the heart of which is a startling twist. This extraordinary life meanders through a rich, complicated, bittersweet world. The discoveries of childhood give way to the thousand pangs of adolescence, culminating in the sudden shocking news of an accident abroad. And as adulthood begins, indecisively, boundaries are crossed between countries, languages and people . . .
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Life of Pi (Spoiler Free) -- Book Review

Life of Pi

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I think it would be fine for a year-old. One of the best things about reading is to be able to re-read a book again and again, getting different meanings out of it every time. And who knows? Also, I generally think that people should read what they want to read, regardless of age--kids and people who love reading usually know enough to police themselves. That being said, I'm not telling you what to do with your child--just giving my opinion.

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Steven Apr 03, AM I want to know what you think, is the story he told true or is it his mind tricking him???? I think it is all up to you to decide which story you want to believe. When I finished this book it made me crazy for days trying to look up which story is the actual truth. But I then realized that it is all up to you. The choice you make however can mean a few things, it represents which one sounds better obviously, or it represents how to make choices in life. Then all of a sudden a story that only lasts for a few pages comes up that makes us confused.

Why did the tiger walk into the jungle without looking back saying good-bye at Pi? Laraine Jul 02, PM I think that the tiger represented God he saved Pi's life so perhaps the tiger never looked back and never said good-bye because they will meet again. I welcome other interpretations. The tiger WAS part of Pi. It was that part--the wildness, connection to nature, and the basic animal instinct--that allowed him to survive.

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