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Abraham Lincoln by Seth Grahame-Smith
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Apr 28, 2012

it was amazing

The discovery of Abe Lincoln's long lost journal finally reveals the back-story on the formation of the man that became our most respected president. This book teaches us that Abe's passion to pursue right against wrong was principally formed by the losses he and his family suffered to vampires. As a young man Abe became a hunter of vampires, fueling his hatred of slavery (the slave trade let vampires "hunt" with impunity) and ultimately catapulting him to his presidency. Some might say that this is a true accounting of Abe's life interwoven with fictional encounters with vampires, to which I would respond that this opinion could be a fatal mistake in judgment. If we learn anything from this book it's that vampires are not only real, but that they are to be feared and hunted if good is to prevail over evil in this world.

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