Top positive review
on 2 May 2017
A detailed account of John Gotti's life. The book also contains a lot about Sammy Gravano and his rise to power. You get a lot of information about the trials that John Gotti went through and also how easy it is to get away with a crime through a little intimidation and bribery. I also think that John Gotti is a bit hypocritical when he goes around talking about the rules of Cosa nostra and that they must be obeyed, then he goes and breaks several of those rules himself. He talks about how Paul Castellano did not earn the position of boss because he had not put in enough work, then he does exactly the same thing, by making his son the boss after him. All in all this is a good book and should be read if you are interested in knowing more about John Gotti and his crew.