Life of Pi - should I keep going?

(15 Posts)
balancingfigure Tue 29-Nov-16 15:12:31

So my kindle tells me I am 15% in and while its pleasant reading so far I'm not desperate to pick it up every evening.

Should I stick with it? I assume it hasn't won prizes and been raved about if its rubbish but it could just not be for me.

user1471545174 Mon 05-Dec-16 20:28:37

I never persist now if I'm not actively enjoying a book.

TeaPleaseLouise Mon 05-Dec-16 20:30:53

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JiltedJohnsJulie Mon 05-Dec-16 20:33:12

I've read it and wished I'd given up.

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Mon 05-Dec-16 20:35:35

I enjoyed it but I read it years and years ago, probably wouldn't bother now tbh.

Starlight2345 Mon 05-Dec-16 20:36:26

I gave up on the book but loved the film

Maxwellthecat Mon 05-Dec-16 20:37:04

I gave up on it as did my best friend

ChardonnayKnickertonSmythe Mon 05-Dec-16 20:40:23

I read it and loved it.

tygr Mon 05-Dec-16 20:40:55

Watch the film!! I loved the film. Read the book after the film and it was good but I preferred the film.

senua Mon 05-Dec-16 20:45:21

I enjoyed the book, but it's one of those where the ending doesn't live up to the standard of the rest of the book. Very good set-up and then a bit of a damp squib.
Makes you think, though.

Trooperslane Mon 05-Dec-16 20:45:54

I totally loved it.

I'd keep going.

oldlaundbooth Mon 05-Dec-16 20:46:27

Meh.

Eminybob Mon 05-Dec-16 20:47:59

I loved it. I have been to the part of India that the first bit was set, specifically where the zoo supposedly was, so I could picture it and place myself there. It's weird as fuck though and the ending is a bit hmm but I would carry on if I were you.

BringMeTea Fri 09-Dec-16 11:40:54

I loved it but think I missed most of the sophistry! I can be quite literal...

ChipsForSupper Sat 10-Dec-16 00:32:56

I loved it and was hooked from the first page but it does get quite strange so, if the opening is not your thing, I really don't think you will like what happens in the middle and the end.

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