The Godfather’s Revenge by Mark Winegardner


Focuses more on Tom Hagen and his story and a man named, Nick Geraci, a former member of the family that has been in hiding for a number of years. Follows historical events but takes a few liberties on the details.


This book was hard to get into, and hard to stay interested in. I don’t know if it was because it wasn’t written by Puzo, but it took me longer than usual to get through a book.

Overall, the book was alright, but not even the surprise ending made up for it. I also didn’t like that there was no closure for the Hagen family. Not a book I’d thrust into someone’s hands, but I wouldn’t deny them the book either.

© Cori Endicott September 2011

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