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Book Review – The Godfather by Mario Puzo, 1001 Books to Read Before You Die #169

 Unlike when I started reading The Shining, I have seen the film adaptation of Mario Puzo’s The Godfather—in fact, it was part of an assignment back in my high school psychology class (I no longer remember or care what we had to do for the assignment but it remains one of my favorites). 545 more words

Book Talk

Things I Learned from The Godfather

Today, I am very happy, because I was able to find time to slow down from work, and best of all, despite my crazy, and tight schedule, I still can manage to read books from time to time, like when I am on my way to work, or business meetings, stuck in traffic, inside the coffee shop, travelling, and before I go to bed. 509 more words


The Godfather

The Godfather by Mario Puzo is a timeless masterpiece about the life and family of a just and reasonable man, Vito Corleone, who is famous for making “an offer they can’t refuse”.   542 more words

Top 100 Books: Part 1

I haven’t written for a long time and I thought that this new year I will try and be more regular with posts, let’s see how long that lasts. 335 more words

Greatness Must Be Earned (365 Days of Spirited Living – DAY 2)

“Greatness is earned. It is not a gift; it is a reward.”
— Reggie McNeal

It is often believed that individuals can be born great. Perhaps, that was something Shakespeare thought of. 279 more words


LISTEN TO ME MARLON (2015): Marlon Brando - The Man, The Artist, In His Own Words

Listen To Me Marlon is quite the serious affair because it deals with the life of a rather tortured soul, one who succeeded in finding purpose and meaning but also had what was perhaps more than his fair share of personal tragedy. 224 more words