Suffer Little Children by Freda Hansburg (Book Review #996)


Suffer little children is a psychological thriller written about Robin Perry, an administrator for tremendous national research programs bullied by Gloria Reyes into curing Alex, her young son, from a malignant brain tumour. No matter how much Robin insists that the research program is not for Alex, Gloria does not care, and the drama between the extent of how far Gloria takes to convince Robin becomes the essence of this thrilling story.

Due to the author’s background, she was well equipped to create a story that displayed human nature, which increased its suspense. The story is written well, and everything about it felt smooth. It is based on a real-life cancer story, so knowing this fact made it all the more real for me.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Robin’s character was created very well. Her skill and personality, being who she was, really stood out in the story. I’m some sense I could understand Gloria and feel for her situation, but at the same time, she had a mind of her own.

I enjoyed reading this book as it had all the correct elements to keep me intrigued and wanting. I look forward to reading more from this author and recommend it to anyone who likes to read thriller fiction.

Written by Jeyran Main

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