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by Yann Martel

Live while you can, and appreciate life and love. Let every minute be precious and have no regrets when parting. That is the message delivered in the book “Life of Pi”.
Life of Pi is a novel by Canadian writer Yann Martel, published in 2001 by Knopf Canada. From 2002 to 2003 the book in turn won famous awards such as Man Booker, Canada Reads, and CBC Radio.

The story is about a 16-year-old boy named Piscine Molitor Patel, the son of the owner of Pondicherry Zoo, India. His family consists of 4 people:  His parents, Pi, and his brother. From a young age, Piscine was troubled by his difficult name, but he strongly stood up and asked people to call him Pi (Pi=3.14). Pi finds herself drawn to religions. His family is both Hindu and worships Hindu gods, and at the same time, he is both Muslim and Christian despite his family’s strong opposition. Along with living in that zoo, Pi’s father teaches him lessons about animals….

A good book, the story of the resilient boy Pi who refused to back down from his fate, despite going through many storms, but with his desire to live, he showed us the value of life and luck. when we were born and live peacefully every day. The way he communicates and lives with Richard Parker is also very special and impressive. 

‘The Life of Pi’ is a great book that will help you regain your faith, increase your motivation, and take a big step towards happiness.

This book is very good, you should give it a try!!!

Link to the book to read: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0By9wjQndHrkTWFRBOXh3RXUtaEU/view?resourcekey=0-NiAGEjbUh7O-G1EDT0GjSg

Reviewed By Huynh Thi Thuy Hang

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