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A genetic experiment unleashed a devastating virus and humanity struggles to survive. After one of the small band of survivors is mauled by a grotesquely mutated child, the group is left with a harrowing decision that threatens to reveal their town’s darkest secrets.

"The best horror stories touch our most basic, primal fears and Suffer the Children does exactly this. Thi
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Kindle Edition, 154 pages
Published January 12th 2017 by Darkana Creative
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Kristina Rauchlechner
Jan 29, 2020 rated it it was ok
Generally speaking, Suffer the Children carries potential, yet as it is it was rather disappointing.

To start with the storyline could have been made into a series of books (even a TV series). A generic virus that only affects children, leaving them to become monsters. The rest of the world sicks into chaos. However, instead of enfolding the story slowly, taking one's time, building up characters - the author decided to play his cards right away, spreading it all out and ending with some sort of
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Clint Walker Jr
Dec 09, 2018 rated it liked it
Story was good but had a Disappointing ending. The writer should consider expanding the story.
Lori
Aug 19, 2017 rated it really liked it
Intriguing story line. Interesting and relatable characters with twists. All around, a well written story and enjoyable read. Kudos Dan!
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Hale does an excellent job capturing the spectrum of human emotion as people deal with crisis. The reader experiences the adrenaline rush with each turn of the page.
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Janden Hale is the author of the Everwind Series, a dark, post-apocalyptic sci-fi series of stories that take place on a dying world wrought with plague, war, famine, and widespread infertility.

He lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and divides his time between writing, art, inappropriately themed tarot readings, and a weekly show on Ustream called Total DANarchy.

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