The unbelievable coupling of history and fiction.
The characters and details in the plot
His ability to keep you interested in the character and plot line
The same as the book
A really wonderful story to lose time by, I was just blown away with the thought of vampires pushing slavery for the merge fact of food.
I would recommend it,,was historically accurate, through supernatural events but so well combined with real history and the emotions even humorous story,,almost makes u wonder,,lol but so respectful to Lincoln and our history,,thought it was a crackpot story but pleasantly surprised
Lincoln was humanly imperfect but admirable n respectable the way it was written
He made me feel the emotions
Surprising but yes
This was my first Audible book. I enjoyed the it , very fun good good listen
I found this book to be an enjoyable read. What a creative direction the book takes! I love using someone important in history and having them do something like be a vampire hunter!
I think that you should give this book a try even if you are skeptical! I found it funny and imaginative!
I spent many waisted hours listenening to non-factual reenactments of Abes parents being killed over and over thru chapter three. Must need to love vampires more than I do to enjoy this read. Smells like dried blood. Yyuukky
Ive only read one. so its #1 as of now
when Abraham's mother died
8 out 10.
Lincoln killing his nemesis.
Lincoln: Vampire Slayer
The beginning and end of the story were moving and kept me awake, thinking about the next plot but it started to become boring towards the end.
This author has done some research and I kept thinking, "This could have happened"! Of course I don't believe there are vampires but it is so well written that you feel like you are listening to non-fiction but it is facinating!
This story was an intriguing mix of history and hybrid vampire lore...it was great until he added the kinky sex and beleaguered torture descriptions...completely unnecessary and a little too far in the style of the story...disturbing...it really ended my enjoyment of the book so I stopped listening...