Updated Review: Life of Pi, by Yann Martel
(2022): It’s very rare for me to change my mind about a book. However, I was moved to pick up Yann Martel’s Life of Pi as an audiobook, and it made a huge difference. Found layers to the story that I had missed the first time around, and found a richness to the story behind the story (so to speak). The young Pi’s search for a religion that could help him express his love for God, for one, is something I missed entirely the first time I read this.
If you have read this before, but been disappointed, please give it another shot. You may find yourself glad you did.