At promised last week, my other fav adult read for the year.
Abraham Lincoln: vampire hunter by Seth Grahame-Smith.
I like the fact it reads like a biography. There's the intellectual conundrum of figuring out fact from fiction [it's just that most of the fiction is pretty damn obvious, which isn't always the case in biographies]. Unless, of course, it's really all fact and the fiction is that there aren't any vampires. That makes sense, doesn't it?
Anyhoo... moving right along... well-written, well-paced and FAB cover [the back is great, too!].
Such a 'nice' departure from all the other paranormal / vampire-type books I've been reading lately.