Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter
by Seth Grahame-Smith
I thought, after reading this… if the Zombie Apocalypse destroys technology and humanity is cut off from each other as we exist in a clannish stone age… I am confident in the shear prolific nature and huge majesty of our modern
Barnes & Noble that there will be hundreds of books and magazines preserved for centuries under the rubble of the crumbled and destroyed major cities and then ……
a copy of this book will be found.
I thought to myself, the scholars of that day would truly believe this book. (presuming they had not figured out the meaning of PhotoShop and Fiction vs. Non-Fiction)
And that, my friends is the danger of really good fiction.
Aside from the obvious danger of this book … I am a huge fan.
If you’ve read ANY of my reviews you know I’m not going to tell you anything about the book except if I liked it or not.
So, I will tell you… I liked it. It was worth every penny I spent. I might… (yes, I’m going to say it) I might read it again. It’s one of those books. (keeping in the mind the other books I find myself re-reading periodically include: Odd Thomas Novels by Dean Koontz and Stephanie Plum Novels by Janet Evanovich)
Here’s the book on Kindle and the book in print