Archive for the 'Reviews of Craig’s Books' Category

January 16, 2015

SUFFER THE CHILDREN by Craig DiLouieUp and coming horror author and poet Stephanie Wytovich recently blogged she’d read 52 books in 2014, and SUFFER THE CHILDREN was her favorite read of the year. Have you read it yet?

January 8, 2015

THE INFECTION by Craig DiLouieHorror After Dark named THE INFECTION as one of the top 10 horror reads of 2014, calling it “zombie apocalypse on steroids … an excellent, gripping read.”

Thanks, Paul! I’m glad you enjoyed the read.

Check out the list here.

January 6, 2015

SUFFER THE CHILDREN by Craig DiLouieMichel Michael Sabourin of The Shelf Life Podcast recently named SUFFER THE CHILDREN his top read of 2014, including in his top five THE PASSAGE (Justin Cronin), HORNS (Joe Hill), READY PLAYER ONE (Ernest Cline) and GONE GIRL (Gillian Flynn).

Thanks, Michael!

Check out the original review podcast here.

December 31, 2014

SUFFER THE CHILDREN by Craig DiLouieThe lovely and talented horror poet/author Stephanie Wytovich recently reviewed SUFFER THE CHILDREN for NamelessDigest.com, writing:

“SUFFER THE CHILDREN gives readers the unique ability of becoming one of the characters in the book. Page after page, readers will question themselves … It’s our lives and experiences that shape us into the people that we are, but it’s not until everything is taken from us, when everything disappears and we’re staring down the barrel of a gun, that we find out what we’re actually made of. Man or monster, monster or man? This novel asks if there’s a difference between the two, and if there is, if we have the ability to separate one from the other when it comes down to family, when it comes down to love.”

Thanks, Stephanie!

Click here to read the complete review.
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December 24, 2014

Donald at Beauty in Ruins named SUFFER THE CHILDREN as a top-10 read of 2014, writing, “Vampires meet “Children of the Corn”–excellent read.”

Thanks, Donald!

There are some other great books on the list by authors Stephanie Wytovich, Tim Curran and Armand Rosamilia.

Click here to see the list.

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.

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.