Suffer the Children audiobook by Craig Dilouie

Science Fiction & FantasySuffer the Children audiobook by Craig Dilouie
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Status: Completed
Version: Unabridged
Author: Craig Dilouie
Narrator: R.C. Bray

Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Updated: 26/12/2023
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Suffer the Children Audiobook: A Chilling Tale of Unseen Horrors and Lost Innocence

As dusk settled over the horizon, painting the sky in hues of deep purple and orange, I lounged on my weathered porch swing, headphones cradling my ears. The creaking rhythm of the swing matched my heartbeat as I delved into the world of Suffer the Children by Craig Dilouie, narrated by R.C. Bray. With each sway, a shiver traveled down my spine – not from the evening chill but from the haunting narrative that enveloped me.

The story transported me to Port Abello, a place where shadows whispered secrets of a century-old tragedy. The vivid imagery conjured by Dilouie’s prose was unsettling yet irresistible. As an ex-author with a penchant for crafting worlds myself, I marveled at how seamlessly Dilouie wove a tapestry of suspense and supernatural dread.

In this town gripped by fear, children vanished without a trace, leaving behind nothing but the echo of their absence. The sinister undertones of history repeating itself cast a pall over Port Abello that was palpable even through R.C. Bray’s expert narration. His voice was a beacon in the darkness, guiding me through each harrowing twist with impeccable clarity and chilling expression.

I found myself invested in unraveling this macabre mystery alongside the townsfolk, whose desperation clawed at my own sense of security. Each revelation brought me closer to understanding – and fearing – the ancient evil that stalked these children.

While Paul Woodson’s narration had been noted for its clarity and expression in other reviews, it was R.C. Bray who truly captured the ominous atmosphere in this rendition I listened to. His portrayal underscored every parent’s nightmare: that something could snatch away their child into an abyss beyond reach.

As night encroached upon my safe haven on that porch swing, I couldn’t help but draw parallels between Port Abello’s cursed past and our own world’s hidden perils. Dilouie didn’t just pen a horror novel; he crafted an allegory for our times – how unseen forces can prey upon our most vulnerable without warning.

Despite its slow burn beginning – which only heightened the anticipation – the narrative crescendoed into an engrossing experience that held me captive well into its middle chapters. However, like some readers before me, I found myself yearning for more closure as I approached what felt like an abrupt ending – a sudden silence where once there were screams.

Yet perhaps it is this very lack of resolution that leaves us pondering long after we’ve turned off our audiobooks; sometimes life doesn’t offer neat endings tied up with a bow.

For those brave enough to confront Suffer the Children, you’ll find it ready to invade your psyche on – where your journey into Craig Dilouie’s dark imagination won’t cost you anything but your peace of mind.

So if you’re looking for a tale that combines elements of Stephen King-esque terror with a dose of poignant human drama – all while under the spellbinding narration of R.C. Bray – give Suffer the Children a listen. Just be sure to keep the lights on.

Until next time,



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