The author has good writing, and the narrator is pleasant to listen to. He (the narrator) has a blue-collar no-nonsense type of narration that applies well to the subject matter.
What I did not like was the misleading description and cover, you see a photo of Walter White and of Tony Soprano, leading you to assume that the book would cover both characters in-depth.
While fans of Tony Soprano will get a lot of insight into his character development and the mindset of The Sopranos creator David Chase, you don't get anywhere the same amount of detail in Breaking Bad and Vince Gilligan.
The book spends almost half its length discussing David Chase and The Sopranos, the other half on David Simon and The Wire. In comparison, Breaking Bad and Vince Gilligan receive only ~30 minutes of coverage total.
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