Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Review: Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter By: Seth Grahame-Smith

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire HunterAbraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter by Seth Grahame-Smith
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The tapestry of history has now been woven with a paranormal thread. A brillant storyteller Mr. Grahame- Smith has kept this reader enthralled and now taking a different look into history with a vivid imagination.

The history, myth of this country's most interesting presidents now has a twist. Beginnning with the strange departure of his mother, the "truth" of her death, the knowledge gained of the underworld of vampires in the New World. Through his boyhood up until his death this tale written as story and Mr. Lincoln's journal finds the reader enthralled well after the last page is read.

I recommend this book to those that have the imagination, the inquistive mind, and those that simply want a book that they will find hard to put down. * And remember the creaks of your house at night, simply could be the house settling - then again you never can be quite sure.

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