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Abraham Lincoln by Seth Grahame-Smith
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Jun 22, 12

bookshelves: adult, horror, humorous, sci-fi-fantasy

The author of the popular Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, now takes his aim at the paranormal history of our 16th president. This story explores his career as a vampire hunter. The vampires in this novel don't sparkle . . . far from it with their devilish grins and their black eyes. The vampire theme is humorous, but it also serves as an analogy for Lincoln's struggles and his journey through life. – Christina S.

Did you know that Abraham Lincoln had a secret life as a hunter (and slayer) of vampires? That's the premise of this very intriuging tale, which cleverly mixes well-known facts about Lincoln's life with his encounters with the undead. If you're a history buff or someone who likes a good fantasy, give this one a try!
-- Louisa A. --
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