I'VE NO COMMENT BUT THOUSANDS OF COMPLIMENT FOR THE LATE MARIO PUZO. HIS BOOKS ARE THE BEST AND WILL ALWAYS BE LOVED.SINCE THE GODFATHER I'VE BEEN FOLLOWING HIS BOOKS AND STORIES.I PRAY FOR HIM AND HIS FAMILY
>>By FADLI SIDEK(SLIM) (Monday, 10 Feb 2003 09:25)
I have found his writing to be insparational so i decided that it would be fitting to study his work for analysis in to the masculinities represented in the mafia for my final dissertation. the mafia is an amazing subject and has had my attention for years since i first read the Godfather. it is and always will be my favourite book of all time and being a film student i feel the film is closely on par with the book. i found his writing to be extreemely enjoyable and hard to leave which is a must for my reading pleasure.
>>By Campbell Brown (Wednesday, 12 Feb 2003 15:29)
Mario Puzo writes, and he writes very well.
>>By Bethlehem F. (Thursday, 20 Feb 2003 11:23)
hej I love his books. I need few questions answerd on book called The Sicilian for my book report.
>>By srdjan (Thursday, 27 Feb 2003 07:51)
>>By rohan narvekar (Sunday, 8 Jun 2003 16:31)
i leant about him in the last don but i am not satisfied i still want to know more about him and sicily
>>By chizoba ezirim (Monday, 16 Jun 2003 21:10)
Puzo's work is masterful and he incorporates much detailed research in each novel to make strong side stories that add to the greatness of the books. Fools Die is by far his greatest novel, and truest concerning the ruthlessness of Hollywood. His first two books, the Dark Arena, and THe Fortunate Pilgrim don't interest me too much, but they still hold a disturbing reality to them. The Godfather is in a league of its own and is a fascination to a mind that loves the true, old Mafia ways. Fools Die, as I said is his best accomplishment. The Sicilian is a fantastic, very original story and lets the fans of his Mafia work get a feel for the Mafia background. The Fourth K is a decent book, but again, it shows the evils and probably some truths the Kennedy's participated in. The Last Don, again, shows the price it takes to be a true Hollywood star, its only a good story, but the way it unravels in even greater. Omerta, even though only a manuscript serves as a perfect pair with THe Last Don, however I find this novel better. And posthumely published, The Family may be his second best book. Its intruiging plot and perfectly established characters shows tremendous depth and lets the reader see so much how each person and the time of the story is. All in All, Puzo's work is masterful, and I highly, highly recommend any of his novels.
>>By andrew (Monday, 16 Jun 2003 21:59)
puzo is one of the great writers i have read.i wasnt affected by godfather to the core although it is a work of art. but his book fool's die i feel reflects more of his ideas and principles.the book hit me where it hurts most.i dont relate to many writers and characters and i did so because fool's die was very realistic and natural.their r striking parallels between this bok and ayn rand's works and ideas .these can be found if one is perceptive enough to read between lines and deduce certain things pushing aside the fictional segments and concentrating on the philosophical portions. above all the book is much underrated and deserves more respect by people
>>By s.s. (Friday, 10 Oct 2003 13:28)
i can not find the chapter 10 of The Godfather. Please help me. Thank you!
>>By alexatu (Wednesday, 19 Dec 2007 09:28)
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