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Top Customer Reviews
Two stories, one of hope and one so dark and forboding that the ear does not want to hear.
Two stories that tell the same tale, but one story is a parable to guide us to the truth, while the other is simply and ugly truth concerning the depravity and sinfulness of man.
Like the employees of the shipping company at the end of the book the two stories whirl around in our minds, each contesting for our attention.
Which story do you prefer?
Do you prefer the almost unbelievable account about the animals, or the stark brutality of the other?
This whole novel revolves around the question "which story do you prefer"?
Our answer is personal to each one of us.
But if we choose the first story, the one with the animals, then we must know "so it goes with God".
Reality as we perceive it is not always the best story.
Sometimes there is a peace in the stories of old, in the belief that there is a greater power over us, guiding us through life.
Too often these days we shut off that spiritual world with and around us, we only want to believe what our senses tell us.
But life, like this novel, all depends on which stories you prefer.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It's a good book, well paced plot and nicely written. Would recommend to anyone interesting in reading it. I like the tiger.Published 8 days ago by MOHAMED NAUFEL ANSAR
The Life of Pi, if you didn't know, is about a boy stranded in a lifeboat on the Pacific Ocean with a Bengal Tiger. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Bethan Hindmarch
Drivel masquerading as art. The first 100 pages are deadly dull as we get the doings and undoings of a private zoo in India. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Terrahurtz
It's an amazingly imaginative and visual story if a bit sad. Well written and full of suspense with a good twist at the end.Published 3 months ago by jessica barnaby