I would recommend this book for anyone interested in a mind opening explosion.
By the time I got to page 100, half-way through, I simply could not believe that an editor didn't make drastic cuts/changes to the contents of the book.
For being a book about The Skull and Bones secret society, this book was frighteningly dull.
Well written, informative, entertaining. Many Bonesman have risen to power through this organization. You can judge for yourself
In enjoyed it so much I will read it again.
My husband loves the book. Shipping and delivery were prompt.Published 2 months ago by Martha W. Ryzak
Clearly, this is a book written for informed American readership alone.
Whilst the first few chapters were okay, the later chapters seemed to get bogged down in an endless... Read more
This book’s preface, entitled ‘The Legend of Skull and Bones,’ sets the stage for a thriller by recounting precisely what most so-called conspiracy theorists believe about Skull &... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Marvin D. Pipher
good book. fast delivery. but there was a lot more wear and tear than anticipated. also didnt know it would be an old library copy, was giving this as a gift and it was laminated... Read morePublished 20 months ago by heather dunigan
A fun read about something we know very little about, great for airplane travel or a Sunday afternoon, feet up, cosmo sipping kind of read...I fear I have said too muchPublished 23 months ago by A. L. Branson
My first job post-USAF was as a radio news reporter at WELI. The call letters say a lot about the roots of the station. Read morePublished on August 11, 2012 by Bruce
I checked this item out at the library. No money wasted, but I should have read Amazon reviews before committing hours to the book that never got off the ground. Read morePublished on May 25, 2012 by GoodLuckTina
I'm not inclined whatsoever to conspiracy theories that posit vast, consolidated power wielded to some calculated, immoral purpose by covert coteries of wealthy, selfish men. Read morePublished on December 18, 2011 by Sam Adams