In case you missed it, I was in the ER Sunday and admitted to the hospital overnight. I said a little something about it HERE. While I am still on the mend (and at home, not in the hospital), I am basically laying in bed, sleeping and reading. I am also very lucky that I had all of my weekly posts ready to go and am not having to spend much time typing them up when I should be resting, which is what I am about to go do again. That being said, I will respond to all comments and make my usual visits in a few days, when I am feeling up to it.
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I have been pretty good with not requesting from NetGalley because I am so behind on ARC reviews, but I could not pass this one up.
The Godfather is easily one of my favorite movies of all time, and is part of two very rare exceptions:
1. The movie is better than the book
2. The sequel is at least as good, but truly better, than Part I
So, it is hard for me to pass up anything Mafia-related and so far, this biography is every bit as good as I hoped it would be.
Leave a comment and let me know what you think.