Bright Lights, Baked Ziti Guide
The award-winning drama follows the complex life of Tony Soprano, a family man from New Jersey who also happens to be a major player in organized crime. The author leaves nothing out: the food, the music, the dreams, the visits to the psychiatrist, the snappy one-liners - plus all the favourite characters and five stand-alone essays about the series. He analyzes every episode of the show: family values, mob violence, murderous mothers and great Italian food. Whether you're a "made-man" or a newcomer to the family, this book offers an unauthorized guide to the series.
- Paperback | 304 pages
- 108.7 x 177.8 x 20.8mm | 172.37g
- 01 Oct 2001
- Ebury Publishing
- Virgin Books
- London, United Kingdom
About David Bishop
David Bishop was editor of the world-famous 2000 AD comic for 5 years...until 2000AD. He has written 3 Judge Dredd novels and one Doctor Who novel for Virgin, and is now a freelance writer living in Scotland. A self-confessed TV addict, he claims to be the UK's biggest fan of The Sopranos.