El padrino

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Ediciones B, 2001 - Fiction - 480 pages
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More than thirty years ago, a classic was born. A searing evocation of the Mafia underworld, this novel introduced readers to the first family of American crime fiction, the Corleones, and the powerful legacy of tradition, blood, and honor that would be passed on from father to son. The novel stands out due to its exquisitely detailed characters who, despite leading unconventional lifestyles within a notorious crime family, experience the triumphs and failures of the human condition. With its themes of the seduction of power, the pitfalls of greed, and family allegiance, this is the definitive gangster novel.

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El Padrino es el mejor libro que me he leido en mi vida.
Sin exagerar, te atrapa desde la primera página.
Es de esos libros que no quieres que terminen porque siempre se va poniendo cada vez mejor
. Si te gustó la película, el libro te va a transtornar porque aunque la historia es la misma, es mucho más completa. 

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Ya es hora de que me vuelva a leer este libro, porque en su dia me parecio una joyita

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About the author (2001)

Mario Puzo was the author of The Dark Arena, The Fourth K, The Fortunate Pilgrim, and The Sicilian, as well as the Mafia trilogy, which included The Last Don and Omerta. He authored the screenplays of all three Godfather movies, for which he received two Academy Awards. He lived in Long Island, New York.

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