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Reviews Write a review. Filter reviews. Traveler rating. Excellent Very good There are some similarities between the two but the main difference being that Astorre Viola was trained to become 'Michael Corleone'. Rosie stood out for obvious reasons people who've read it might still remember her. And ofcourse Washington was almost unreal!

Character development was not really expected but I loved the way Astorre evolved through the book. Plot: Revenge is a fruit best served with the trigger, but more than that it almost seemed like chess. The Bad guys and the Good guys waiting for each other to make the next move.

The Climax is pretty smart and the book finishes before getting too unnecessary detailed. Pace: It's a medium paced book which becomes a page turner in the second half, the writing doesn't get overwhelming but some of the characters seemed a bit pointless. The Experience: Every bit Mafiosa!


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You don't need to be told it's the Italian Mafia doing the rounds in this one. I've mentioned this before, I am so fascinated with what goes in the minds of the 'bad guys' even they have their reasons of doing what they do. How killing just for money is not a big deal, how killing your competitor is a means to an end. Could be a great book for people in reading slumps Puzo's magic again. I like how he described the crime business and the people in it, and the part about the MC going after the assassins who view spoiler [killed his uncle hide spoiler ] and the other people who tried to ruin his family.

Plus the ending isn't as flat and boring as I'd remembered!

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That's good. I think I can like the MC a bit more after this re-read. The story opens with a dying Don in Sicily giving his soon-to-be-orphan son away to his friend from America for adoption. Some 30 years later, the orphan had grown up to be a young man who ran a small business, his foster siblings also grew up knowing nothing about their father's business.

Then view spoiler [ the foster father, a powerful but retired Don himself, was assassinated by an unknown enemy hide spoiler ] forcing the adopted son and his siblings to band together to face off the unknown enemy who not only wants their fortune, but also their lives. The first half of the book is great, I really like how the cops, the FBI, the hired killers, the gangsters are written and I also like the description of how they run their businesses.

I also like how female characters e. Nicole, Rosie, etc are written in this story.

Plus there actually is an interesting engaging plot development view spoiler [of solving the murder mystery of the Don hide spoiler ] to keep this novel afloat for me. The characters are likable and reliable in my opinion. Therefore when reading this book, I just had to remind myself almost all of these characters I was reading about have blood on their hands even the MC and most of them would have killed even more people in order to protect themselves and their money. However, I don't think I really get how this omerta thing in the story since I have never been a fan of the Mafia genre, so I don't know so much about the gangsters' customs , supposedly omerta is a vow of silence among the Sicilian Mafia, meaning that you don't talk to or associate with the authority e.

Omerta is understandable when everyone lives in a small, closed-off community like, back in the s to s : if you wanted acceptance and protection, you should keep secrets Instead I see one of the crime bosses actually working with the police, whilst the police also chooses to play along, letting the small criminal stuff go in order to focus on the bigger crimes and Secondly, I found the MC, despite his charm and capability, to be very boring because throughout the book he never suffered any defeat or drawback.

I know, the MC's foster father a powerful Don had trained him up even since he was a teenager but That really is boring.

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This is most likely the weakest of the trilogy, in the end it is more of a 3. This was Puzo's last novel before he died, and I must say it read very much like an old man clinging to an excellent reputation. The Godfather is one of the greatest books I've ever read and the only book to make me cry, and whilst I think the "romance" of the Mafia has faded from my concious slightly, I still find it a trifle exciting.

Omerta , however, felt boring and lack-lustre. There felt, even from the first few chapters, to be far too much going on and too many people involved: whilst mafi This was Puzo's last novel before he died, and I must say it read very much like an old man clinging to an excellent reputation. There felt, even from the first few chapters, to be far too much going on and too many people involved: whilst mafia's certainly do contain more people than first appears on the surface, to work a novel of the mafia, one would have to forget this notion slightly if a reader is to make sense of what is happening.

Once the rest of Puzo's works have been read, maybe I shall return to this one Sep 05, Liliana rated it it was amazing Shelves: own. As usual Puzo never lets me down! This is how a book should be written.

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I'm so satisfied. Dec 01, Karl Marberger rated it really liked it Shelves: legal-political. Good story, good drama, fast-paced with good detail and well-rounded characters. A good, quick read. View 2 comments. May 04, Green Singh rated it it was amazing. Mario Puzo's writing has never failed to excite me I did not like that he gets married to Rosie at the end though.. Aug 31, Scott rated it really liked it. Very entertaining mob novel from the late Mario Puzo.