I read this a while ago. It's pretty terrible that I procrastinate from writing about books I write. It's my own blog, and I shouldn't have to procrastinate something I choose to do.
So... Life of Pi. I've been hearing about this book for a while, and thought it was finally time to read it. I especially wanted to read it before the movie came out. (Which it now has.)
It took me a while to get into it, but from what I've heard, I'm not the only person to feel like that. I was intrigued from the start, but still didn't get to the point where I couldn't put it down until half way through. I was a bit disappointed by the end of the book, but that's because of the way I think.
I would like to read other books by him, just to learn more about his writing. I also, will admit, I want to see the movie. There were some moments in the book, that I couldn't imagine, but I'd like to see how somebody else saw it. I'm not really looking forward to the goriness in the movie, I'm sure there will be some, as there was in the book. I different kind of gore than I'm used to... animals against animals. Somehow, I'm more immune to human violence, but not so much to animals hurting each other or getting hurt.
Anyway, I don't know if I'll read it again, but I'll read others by him, I'm sure. Plus, he's a Saskatchewan author, and that's awesome!