Penguin, 4 oct. 2005 - 496 páginas
The Godfather—the classic saga of an American crime family that became a global phenomenon.
With its brilliant and brutal portrayal of the Corleone family, The Godfather burned its way into our national consciousness. This unforgettable saga of crime and corruption, passion and loyalty continues to stand the test of time, as the definitive novel of the Mafia underworld.
A number-one New York Times bestseller in 1969, Mario Puzo’s epic was turned into the incomparable film of the same name, directed by Francis Ford Coppola, which won the Academy Award for Best Picture. It is the original classic that has been often imitated, but never matched. A tale of family and society, law and order, obedience and rebellion, it reveals the dark passions of human nature played out against a backdrop of the American dream.
With an Introduction by Robert Smith Thompson and Anthony Puzo
and an Afterword by Peter Bart
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THE GODFATHERReseña de usuario - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Ten years in the workaday progress of a New York Mafia sort of family dynasty tale with all the attendant flurries of great houses at war. Don Corleone is ruler of the Family, avenger and dispenser of ... Leer reseña completa
Wonderful bookReseña de usuario - Dannibear80 - Borders
I have been waithing to read this book ever since I saw the movie. Just like the movie the book was wonderful. I love it. It was such a page turner. Leer reseña completa