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

July 25, 2014

Mama Knows Books reviewed SUFFER THE CHILDREN, writing, “Extremely creepy! … DiLouie creates a world based on every parent’s worst fear … All in all a very disturbing twist on the vampire genre.”

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July 18, 2014

SUFFER THE CHILDREN by Craig DiLouieRedCarpetCrash.com reviewed SUFFER THE CHILDREN and writes, “The story draws you in, very gradually and you don’t realize until it’s too late that you’re in hell … Will I sleep again? Yes, someday perhaps. Definitely not for the faint-hearted.”

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July 15, 2014

SUFFER THE CHILDREN by Craig DiLouieThe Shelf Life Podcast reviewed SUFFER THE CHILDREN with an interesting, in-depth discussion of the book. It starts at 1:02:20.

“This book goes straight for the jugular and never lets up.”

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July 11, 2014

SUFFER THE CHILDREN by Craig DiLouieNoBaggageAttached.com reviewed SUFFER THE CHILDREN, writing, “Craig DiLouie’s SUFFER THE CHILDREN follows in the footsteps of some of the best by King and Matheson with a haunting story of what would happen if every child on the planet were to suddenly succumb to a virus … Filled with ordinary people coming to grips with extraordinary circumstances, SUFFER THE CHILDREN works well on just about every level. It’s one of the most gruesome novels I’ve read in a long time — and not because of any level of gore or mayhem. It’s because of the truly bleak situation facing the novels characters and humanity.”

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July 8, 2014

Zombiepop.net has posted a list of 25 of the best apocalyptic novels they’ve read, and I was honored to see two of my novels make the list: THE INFECTION and SUFFER THE CHILDREN.

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July 4, 2014

SUFFER THE CHILDREN by Craig DiLouieThe Haunted Bookshelf recently reviewed SUFFER THE CHILDREN, now available in bookstores everywhere from Simon & Schuster and Permuted Press, and writes, “Craig DiLouie has certainly proven himself a gifted and talented writer of horror fiction with this spine-tingling, yet thought-provoking, tale … SUFFER THE CHILDREN is a faced-paced thriller that is sure to appeal to fans of Apocalyptic fiction.”

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June 27, 2014

Recently published in LIBRARY JOURNAL!

library journal review of suffer the children

June 20, 2014

SUFFER THE CHILDREN by Craig DiLouieFantasy Findings recently reviewed SUFFER THE CHILDREN, which was recently released by Simon & Schuster and Permuted Press and is available in bookstores everywhere, and writes, “If you’re looking for a different spin on vampire stories, give this one a look. It’s easily the most horrifying take on the genre I’ve read in a while, because it’s ultimately about human nature and how it can turn us into unintentional monsters, while the child vampires grow because we can’t let them go.”

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June 13, 2014

SUFFER THE CHILDREN audiobook by Craig DiLouieAudioBookReviewer.com recently reviewed SUFFER THE CHILDREN and writes, “DiLouie masterfully crafts a twisted take on the typical vampire story … tearing your heart out with anticipation only to forcefully shove it back in so the adrenaline can pump … I was glued to my ear buds, wanting more. I devoured this audiobook in less that two sittings. If you want a uniquely terrifying, that questions your morals, you need this audiobook.”

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As an author, it’s an amazing thing to listen to your story read by a professional narrator. Although as the writer, you obviously know the story well, you actually get to experience it as a reader would, as a totally fresh experience. What a difference a good narrator makes. R.C. Bray is fantastic. He really makes the story come alive.
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June 6, 2014

SUFFER THE CHILDREN by Craig DiLouieDenise of Book Likes recently reviewed SUFFER THE CHILDREN, which was recently released by Simon & Schuster and Permuted Press, and writes, “What an absolutely creepy, crazy, and fantastic read. I don’t think I have ever used the highlight feature on my Kindle as much I have while reading this book … I just couldn’t get enough of it.”

Thanks for your kind review, Denise!

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