Written on: 21/01/2014 by Abigailbrahem (14 reviews written)
Mario Puzo writes in an easy and enjoyable way, the way that makes it difficult to want to put the book down because you always want to know what will happen in the next chapter. The narration does not follow directly chronologically (anyone who has seen the films would expect so), with time or other events that transpired in the past and explain current situations. That does not make it on any hard time reading and understanding of the plot. The plot was very well created, placing the reader immersed in the world, apart from ordinary society, led by the great and mighty Dons. It is interesting to observe how the members of this world reject the impositions placed by society and prefer to live in a world with rules created by them, based on principles of honor and silence, a fairer world, howthey see, than society governed by rulers chosen democracy, but it can be somewhat cruel.
This edition is good. Just realized one or two sentences a little incoherent, like a translation a bit relaxed. Anyway, it was quite satisfactory purchase and read this book.
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