This book started off slow for me and seemed bogged down in philosophy. I had a hard time getting into it, but a lot of people told me to keep reading, so I did.
The middle of the story was pretty remarkable, but it still left me wondering, how is this all going to tie together and end?
Then I read the last part and about 30 pages from the end, everything finally clicked.
I liked Pi and thought his adventures showed remarkable courage, skill, and faith on his part.
This was a good book and I'm glad I stepped out of my comfort zone and read it, but I'm still not convinced that this book lives up to its claim that, "the story will make you believe in God."
Ok, there I said it.