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  • “Hello everybody, my name is Ben Cook from CNN 10. Thank-you for spending part of your day with us. Today we will be taking a look at a book that most readers find is a very mind exercising read.     
  • “Hello everybody, my name is Ben Cook from CNN 10. Thank-you for spending part of your day with us. Today we will be taking a look at a book that most readers find is a very mind exercising read.
  • Life of Pi, written by Yann Martel, is a adventurous fiction book about a 16 year old boy surviving on a lifeboat, lost in the pacific with a hyena, orangutan, zebra, and a 450-lb. Bengal Tiger. As of the 24th of February 3,141,593 copies have been sold since it was published on September 11, 2001. 
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  • That’s nearly 492 books sold each day!   Since then, the book has won many awards including ‘The Man Booker Award’, ‘Academy Award for Directing’ and ‘4 Oscars.’  Critics are going crazy over it, with 37 positive responses and 0 negative.”
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  • “Yes, I read the book when I was 10, but never fully understood the entire thing. It kept me thinking until I was about 20, when I read it again. That time, since I had expanded my knowledge a bit, I was able to understand most of it. When I heard there was a movie of it, I went and saw it. I instantly fell in love with it.” 
  • “Hello Ben, it’s nice to be here.”
  • “Currently, I’m standing with Sierra Catherine, a very big fan of the book. Welcome to CNN 10 Sierra, it’s nice to meet you.”
  • “As I have said, I hear that you are a big fan of Life of Pi, is that correct?”
  • “Around 20 times, I even have it at home!”
  • “Don’t worry, I will.”
  •  “Although it was tough to choose, I liked the book better. It really pieced things together for me.”
  • "You know Ben, it never does. There is always something new to see each time."
  • "Doesn't it ever get boring to watch, time after time?"
  • “One more question before you leave, did you like the book or the movie better?”
  • “ Thank-you Sierra, and please continue to share it with others.”
  • “How many times have you seen the movie?”
  • “There you have it folks, Life of Pi is definitely worth a read, even for young minds. Quoting from Life of  Pi 'I suppose in the end, the whole of life becomes an act of letting go, but what always hurts the most is not taking a moment to say good-bye.' Thanks for watching, I’m Ben Cook on CNN 10.”
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