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Book Title: The Sopranos: The Book: The Complete Deluxe Edition|
The size of the: 838 KB
Edition: Time Home Entertainment
Date of issue: October 30th 2007
ISBN 13: 9781933821184
The author of the book: Brett Martin
Format files: PDF
Read full description of the books:Sometimes people ask me why I love The Sopranos so much and I try to explain them with my poor words. Yet I don't think I can put it clearly to someone who hasn't watched it or didn't pay attention to it. Therefore reviewing the book gives me a similar feeling. I haven't seen any other book to which I can compare this one, so it makes this automatically the best I've read. Although I don't feel completely satisfied after reading the book to the end. I have no idea how I can explain it.
Let's start from David Chase. As the creator, the book gives the most credits to him and I can't say I don't agree, still not completely accept it. On the other hand, I think I used to like him more before reading the book. I don't agree with him about some points relating to the show and the audience: at some points the audience was underestimated, at least I felt so (still I have to say I don't always disagree with him). Even though the series is his creation, every single one who had a part in it, even the audience created the show all together. The book rather felt like The Sopranos of the David Chase.
This is my personal feeling and I don't force it on anyone. Otherwise I really liked to learn new things and the details I haven't realized so far about the show. It was nice to read comments from the people of the backstage, the environment of the sets and character analysis by the actors and actresses themselves. It's a unique source after all and I really enjoyed reading the book and all the time I ended up watching The Sopranos - best moments' compilation videos on internet.
In my eyes, this is the best series ever. I thank everyone who has been a part in it, but especially James Gandolfini (sorry Mr. Chase).
Read information about the authorBrett Martin is a Correspondent for GQ and a 2012 James Beard Journalism Award winner. His work has appeared in Vanity Fair, Gourmet, Bon Appetit, The New York Times, The New Yorker, Esquire, Food and Wine, and multiple anthologies. He is a frequent contributor to This American Life. He is the author of The Sopranos: The Book (2007) and Difficult Men: Behind the Scenes of a Creative Revolution, From The Sopranos and The Wire to Mad Men and Breaking Bad (2013).
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