Skull Fragments – A review

Less is more, is what author Michael Arnzen inscribed in my copy of Bone Fragments. Indeed, it is, and in this case also an understatement.  Originally appearing in 100 Jolts: Shockingly Short Stories, Bone Fragments is divided into 12 micro stories about skulls.  Yet skulls are almost incedental. In 200 words or less for each section, Mike manages to create real characters, real situations and most of all real shock. A very quick read that will haunt long after you put the chapbook down.

4 thoughts on “Skull Fragments – A review

  1. Agreed. Someone asked me why my review was so short, and I had to explain that it was my lame attempt to keep in the spirit of his book. Of course that works better once you’ve read it.

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