Publish date: 2010
Publisher: Bertrand Editora (11x17)
Pages no: 536
Edition language: Portuguese
Series: Mario Puzo's Mafia
Mario Puzo's style is rich and his characters and varied and full of depth.Puzo at his best!
‘The Sicilian is NOT, like some people think, a sequel to the Godfather. It does feature cameo appearances by Michael Corleone and Clemenza, but they are more to tie the story together than anything else. Personally, I found it distracting and unnecessary for them to have been in the book and I felt...
While not nearly as all-around amazing as The Godfather, The Sicilian still remains a rather entertaining read, but as is obvious from looking at the two months it took me to finish the book, it could do with a whole lot of tidying up. As it is, the time-jumps are disorienting and annoying, the lang...
Loved the book, but most of all, I loved Guiliano. What a beautiful character, inside-out. Puzo once again delights us with an intriguing book and a great story.
I had read this before many years ago, and I remembered liking it. When I had a chance to pick up a used copy very cheap, I figured it would be a good time to reread it. The book is pretty good, but it is not The Godfather. Then again, for Puzo, Don Corleone's tale is his opus. After that, pretty mu...
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