The "Sopranos": The Complete Book

The "Sopranos": The Complete Book

Hardback

By (author) Brett Martin

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  • Publisher: Headline Book Publishing
  • Format: Hardback | 224 pages
  • Dimensions: 232mm x 270mm x 30mm | 1,261g
  • Publication date: 1 November 2007
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 0755317343
  • ISBN 13: 9780755317349
  • Sales rank: 599,571

Product description

Dr Melfi: 'What kind of work are you in?' Tony: 'Waste management consultant.' We have a business proposition for you...The story of Tony Soprano - family man and Family man. Winning an Emmy and five Golden Globes, The Sopranos has gained legions of fans since it appeared on our screens in 1999, and reached a peak of over 13.4 million viewers in the US. A huge cult hit around the world, its impact is such that the name 'Soprano' has become synonymous with mobster culture. THE SOPRANOS: THE BOOK is the ultimate companion to the show, covering all six seasons. It explores the storylines and characters, with a comprehensive guide to all the episodes, profiles and analyses of all the central characters and many never-before-seen photographs. It also goes behind the scenes, featuring interviews with the creator of the show, David Chase, and cast members. With its stylish design, this will be a book that fans of the show will kill to get their hands on. Paulie: 'With all the shit we've been through, you think I'll really kill you?' Christopher: 'Yeah, I do.'

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'A television landmark that leaves other landmarks in the dust... a masterpiece' -- Washington Post 'A diamond; rare, polished and beautiful, yet capable of cutting through to the bone... a show like no other' -- USA Today 'Far and away the best show on television' -- Newsweek 'The Sopranos... has so immersed viewers in the personal and professional lives of New Jersey mobsters that you can practically smell the gun smoke and taste the gabagool' -- The Times