Skulls and Bones

Narrated by: Jack de Golia
Length: 3 hrs and 8 mins
Categories: Fiction, Horror
4 out of 5 stars (9 ratings)

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Nine tales of horror from author Armand Rosamilia, including "Memorial Site", "Vacation's End", "1920 Gallery Card #4", "Stairs To The Ocean", "Beastie", "Crow Mill Bridge", "Rainforest of Bones", "South American Death Cap", and "The Devil and The Cenote," plus a preview of the urban horror novella "Death Metal".

©2012 Armand Rosamilia (P)2013 Armand Rosamilia

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A great group of stories !It is rather like the stories I read anthologies of as a kid.Mr Golla is a wonderful narrator!

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Ugh

I had no idea what any of these stories were about. Waste of a credit.

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A great collection


A collection of short stories. This held my attention well and made a welcome change from the longer books than Armand does.

There are all different expect the last three that follow a reporter into different horrible areas chasing the next story.

I enjoyed hearing his earlier works and the author notes at the end were very insightful

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A great collections of short stories.

Would you listen to Skulls and Bones again? Why?

Towards the top. The stories were unique and the narrator did a good job, with this book. I enjoyed listening.

Which scene was your favorite?

I think they were all good in their own right; no two stories were the same. Some of the ones that stood out the most for me was 1920 Gallery Card, Crow Mill Bridge and Latin American Death Cap.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

No. It was an enjoyable book of short stories. I Could imagine a family sitting on the porch on a warm summer's night and a elder family member telling these story to the kids and all who would listen.

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I enjoyed the Author's notes at the end .It is always nice to know where the seed for a story came from. I think it was very kind of this Author to share some of his earlier work.Now I need to try and locate some of the books that he mentioned.

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Great stories

I loved the short stories in this. Each one had a different tale with twist and turns in it. They is just enough info in each story that in the start of the story you keeping wondering what is going on as the story winds down you really get to see the mystery of it . Im still trying to decide which story is my favorite as i loved them all. will have to listen to it again to see what one is my Fav.
Great writing Armand these made it a entering way to clean house
Narrator did great with it