I'm reading The Life of Pi for my book club this month. The club is meant to be focused on classics and while I love this book I'm not sure it quite qualifies as that, yet. It's been a few years since I read it and I don't want to give any thin away (especially as there's no know how accurate my memory may be.) So I will just say that it is a beautiful and beautifully written story. It is self described as a story that will make you believe in God.
On this reading I'm intrigued by the descriptions of Jesus by Hindu eyes and I love this quote:
"The presence of God is the finest of rewards."
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