LIBRARY JOURNAL reviewed the audiobook edition of SUFFER THE CHILDREN and writes, “In this thought-provoking and horrific tale, DiLouie (THE KILLING FLOOR) offers a different spin on the post-apocalyptic tale that is sure to delight readers of this genre. A great addition to libraries of any size.”
LIBRARY JOURNAL also had plenty of praise for RC Bray, the narrator. I have to agree. Bray did a fantastic job. He really takes you into the story and enhances the experience of the book.
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In LAST DAYS ON MARS (2013), an expedition to the red planet uncovers an amazing find–life–but, as it turns out, the highly infectious kind. It was a great movie. The set design, the acting, the action–everything was top notch in this space zombie thriller. The long windup of what life in an expedition to Mars would be like was so well done I would have been happy to watch it without the zombies. Recommended.
This is what happens when you play Castle Wolfenstein instead of going to history class.