Cruddy Book: Mario Puzo’s The GodFather The Lost Years

This is an unashamed attempt at milking the cult phenomenon of The Godfather for all its worth. Mark Wingardner’s attempt at continuing the series after the death of Mario Puzo falls flat on his face.

J. read all Mario Puzo’s subsequent books, none of which were even remotely close to the standard of the original. The Godfather was a pretty special book which told a gripping story that made you sit down and read it all the way through.

J. struggled through two chapters before deciding he’d read the rest later. Which he did. In dribs and drabs because it was dead boring. Please, save your time and don’t even think about The Godfather’s Revenge, written by the same pretender.

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