Suffer the Children

Suffer the Children

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Suffer the Children is a standalone horror fiction written by John Saul which centers in Port Arbello 100 years ago after a pretty little girl died mysteriously which started the disappearance of children one by one. 

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  • Guadalupe Morales
    Written on April 22, 2018
    "I am not one for horror fiction books, nor movies. But this looks very over the top and disturbing. I would never feel the need to read this and there is a reason that the price is so inexpensive. I see it does offer both a kindle version and a book copy. I really think books like this should not be allowed, as they do involve the death of children. I will never purchase anything like this."
    Crisula Savakis
    Written on June 12, 2019
    "Suffer the Children was the first John Saul book I read at the age of 12years. I've always loved mysteries and thrillers, both books and movies. Perhaps that's what led me to my job as state cold case researcher. Yeah, I think so!"
  • Ralph Bates
    Written on April 10, 2018
    "Suffer the Children is a horror book set in a small port city where something strange starts to happen to the children of the town. I don't want to give away too much of the plot but this is a fantastic read from the best selling author John Saul. "
  • Gregory Stone
    Written on April 17, 2018
    "A gruesome little tale, that ultimately leaves one dissatisfied and feeling disappointed. Not the first time the author has left something to be desired in his works. Overall, I would give this a pass. "
  • Kathy Gibson
    Written on April 10, 2018
    "If you like mystery and horror this is a good read. Popular amount young adults. A story of children who are going missing one by one. "
    Crisula Savakis
    Written on June 12, 2019
    "First John Saul book I read at the age of 12. Disturbing and scary story, but I was hooked. Huge fan of JS"
  • Hemant Gavde
    Written on April 10, 2018
    "Suffer the Children compares pretty favorably to most classic Stephen King works, in my opinion. It's fairly unnerving and depressing at times, but that comes with the territory here. I'm not familiar with this author, but he also has a number of other works out that are apparently in this same vein, so that's a plus as well - it is generally not pleasing to find a book that you enjoy, only to find out that the author never made anything else."
  • Kathy Cole
    Written on April 20, 2018
    "I love to read crime and mystery-thriller books. My favorite right now is Suffer the Children. It's about a girl who died mysteriously in Port Arbello 100 years ago. Eventually, more and more children disappeared. It is really a fascinating book. I love horror fiction and this is one of my favorites. Definitely check this one out if you love horror and mystery books!"
  • Yi Chen
    Written on April 14, 2018
    "I was looking for an interesting horror story novel for my book club and came across Suffer the Children written by John Saul. It is a fantastic story that keeps you gripped till the end. The mystery, suspense and horror are all well put together in this book."
  • Grace Ruiz
    Written on April 9, 2018
    "I found out from a friend on the best crime and mystery books out there. They let me know about Suffer the children, a horror fiction written by John Saul about the disappearance of children over the years. A great read, and very scary if you are into that type of book."
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