Archive for the 'Craig’s Novels' Category

December 18, 2014

SUFFER THE CHILDREN by Craig DiLouieSFSignal.com invited some very well-respected authors to list their favorite reads of 2014. I was honored to see SUFFER THE CHILDREN make the list.

John Dixon, author of PHOENIX ISLAND (the book that inspired the TV show INTELLIGENCE), named it one of his favorite reads, calling it an “apocalyptic masterpiece and perhaps the most unsettling book I’ve ever read.”

Thanks, John! (He’s awesome.)

Click here
to see John’s complete review and the other books that made the list.
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December 15, 2014

SUFFER THE CHILDREN by Craig DiLouieProud to say SUFFER THE CHILDREN made #1 on ContagiousReads.com’s Top 14 Books of 2014 list (focused on horror), writing, “This book is so f*cked up. It eats other f*cked-up books for lunch. It’s twisted, sad, scary and bloody.”

Thanks, Lori!

Two other notable books on the list were TIME OF DEATH by fellow Permuted author Shana Festa and THE TRUTH IS CONTAGIOUS by Emily Goodwin.

Check out the list here.

November 12, 2014

The Book Nympho recently published a top-10 horror audiobook list from Paul at audiobookreviewer.com, which included SUFFER THE CHILDREN (excellently read by RC Bray) and TIME OF DEATH by fellow Permuted author Shana Festa.

Check out the list here.

November 10, 2014

Lipstick & Libraries reviewed SUFFER THE CHILDREN and writes, “Really, this is pretty much the epitome of a good horror novel: amazing plot, fascinating characters, and events that play out with frightening reality. You could see this happening in your town. You can feel the grief and terror. It’s horrible. It’s brilliant.”

Thank you, Lipstick & Libraries!

Click here to read the complete review.

November 4, 2014

As part of the Coffin Hop, I offered a free autographed copy of SUFFER THE CHILDREN for the best answer to the question:

Which do you think you’d have better odds at survival, a vampire or zombie apocalypse, and why?

The winner is Michelle Willms, who preferred zombies, and seems incredibly prepared, right down to a set of chef’s knives.

I’ve decided to also send books to two honorable mentions, BN100 for preferring vampires for the simple reason he could go out during daylight hours, and Kai, who would also stay safe at night with a bank of UV lights to keep the vampires at bay.

Congratulations, and I hope you enjoy SUFFER THE CHILDREN! Get ready for a vampire apocalypse unlike any you’ve experienced.
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October 24, 2014

The gripping audiobook version of SUFFER THE CHILDREN, read by RC Bray and published by Tantor, the audio division of Simon & Schuster, is now on sale for $6.99 at AmblingBooks.com through October 27. Click here to buy it.

Apparently, if you already own the Kindle version, you can get the audiobook for just $3.99 at Amazon. Click here to buy it.

That’s a terrific value if you’re looking for hours of chills this Halloween.
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October 24, 2014

HorrorNovelReviews.com recently reviewed SUFFER THE CHILDREN and writes, “Holy Cow! What a gruesome but loving story. This story that Craig DiLouie has penned is so different than any other … This is a fantastic story, one that you probably won’t put down.”

Read the complete review here.

October 7, 2014

THE INFECTION by Craig DiLouieTHE INFECTION, the bestselling zombie novel from Permuted Press, is now available for just $0.99 in eBook today and tomorrow only. Get it here at Amazon.

October 3, 2014

Scribd.com is a digital library of books and other works that can be downloaded for a monthly subscription fee. I was happy to make their top military sci fi authors list based on volume of downloads of my military zombie novel TOOTH AND NAIL.

Check out the other authors on the list here.
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September 26, 2014

Lit/Rant reviewed SUFFER THE CHILDREN (and Tim Waggoner’s NIGHT TERRORS in the same post) and writes, “DiLouie has written a new take on the traditional vampire novel, combining it with a fantastic apocalyptic premise to create a horror mashup that is well-thought out in the sort of way that makes it as much a tragedy as a fright-fest. That’s the sort of horror one gets from the masters, and SUFFER THE CHILDREN is original and worthy.”

Thanks, Lit/Rant!

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to read the complete review.