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by T. D. Harding,P. R. Markland

  • ISBN: 0713432098
  • Category: Puzzles and Games
  • Subcategory: Entertainment
  • Author: T. D. Harding,P. R. Markland
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Distribution Services; First Edition edition (1976)
  • Pages: 110
  • ePub book: 1918 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1697 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 643


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Timothy David Harding was born in London in 1948, and began playing competitive chess at school. After reading Politics, Philosophy and Economics at Oxford, he was caught up in the Bobby Fischer boom and started writing technical articles and instructional books on chess. In 1976 Tim moved to Dublin, Ireland, where he worked in various literary capacities but maintained his interest in chess and writing about the game.

Timothy David (Tim) Harding (born 6 May 1948 in London) is a chess player and . Vienna Opening (Chess Player, 1976).

Timothy David (Tim) Harding (born 6 May 1948 in London) is a chess player and author with particular expertise in correspondence chess. He published a correspondence chess magazine Chess Mail from 1996 to 2006 and authored "The Kibitzer", a ChessCafe. com column from 1996 until 2015. In 2002, he was awarded the title Senior International Master of Correspondence Chess by the International Correspondence Chess Federation. YouTube Encyclopedic.

Mario Puzo- The Sicilian. com User, March 14, 2003. Mario Puzos fifth work "The Sicilian" (1984) is a masterpiece in its genre, a powerful epic about Sicily, the Mafia and one mans stand.

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Jode Jode
The Sicilian is a different storyline from The Godfather, but does intersect with Michael Corleone just before and just after his return to the US after that Sollozzo unpleasantness. There also is a surprising connection with Peter Clemenza. If you enjoyed The Godfather, then I believe you will enjoy The Sicilian.
Coron Coron
I absolutely loved this book, and Mario Puzo's story-telling abilities in general. If youre a fan of The Godfather movies and the first book, then you would most definitely enjoy this. The second movie however, has nothing to do with this book. It takes place in the time during which Michael Corleone was hiding out in Italy. There's a little bit of timeline jumping for different characters but it wasnt confusing or anything. Great read, I was hooked from the first chapter, and it was cool to see what Michael had to deal with or what was going on while he was waiting to come home from Italy
Iriar Iriar

Cesar Cesar
Ok, I know it's Puzo but still what a spectacular book that I'd failed to read before now. I've seen the Godfather movies dozens of times, but somehow did not read this book. The book sheds so much light on my own Sicilian ancestry and Puzo's pro-writing style, his depth of character development and research are what made him such a well-respected and legendary writer. If you, like me, saw the movies, but never read the books, you've missed out. Correct that huge error and read this book now.
Ranicengi Ranicengi
One of the best! Incredible writing, intriguing story, and spellbinding. I'm Sicilian so it was great to read about Sicily's history. I had heard about this Robin Hood bandit and was intrigued to know the background of the actual person. Not giving anything away in the plot. Just read and enjoy.
Malojurus Malojurus
This author was the master of intrigue! Very interesting book about the rise of power, loyalty and betrayal of friends, love of family and country. Beautifully written - brings Sicily to the reader.
Clandratha Clandratha
I have watched The Godfather more than one thousand times in my lifetime and I will certainly never cease to. I read Puzo's The Godfather when I was very young and I've re-read it over the years, but I came across The Sicilian and I was blown away. Puzo's vivid imagery places you on the hilltops of Montelepre and Corleone. Turi is an unforgettable and dynamic protagonist whom Michael Corleone wishes to emulate. The last few pages of the book contain some of the most chilling dialogue I have ever come across and brought me to tears. Truly, truly, a remarkable and life-changing read.
Every bit as good as "The Godfather" - perhaps even better! Puzo writes wonderfully of Sicily, "The Friends", and the legendary Salvatore Guiliani, the island's 20th Century Robin Hood. If you liked "The Godfather" you'll truly enjoy "The Sicilian".