Very dull! Felt like the voice actor was doing all the roles poorly.
Yep! Totally turned off to werewolves, vampires, zombies, etc.
Better voice acting perhaps?
Every last part!
Good book but no need to see the movie after the book. Not quite what I expected.
The last chapter
I would recommend this book to someone who is looking for something that keeps them occupied and is interesting on long drives.
I thought it was most interesting when Abraham Lincoln became friends with Edward Allen Poe after mistaking him for a vampire.
I didn't think the voice actor had enough variation in his voices, and would have liked him to have a little more range in his reading; overall it felt a little monotonous.
This audio book was a little shorter than most you can get for the same price, but interesting nonetheless.
I liked many features of this book. It is fun to revisit Lincoln history and to give him an otherwordly-depth, but thought this tale would have been better served as a (long) short story. Towards the end, a distinct tedium crept up on me. Vampire stories should never feel like class assignments, but I do not regret having listened.
This read like a biography (read: boring) with vampires. It was boring and stupid. The narration was super lame.
From the title I thought, this would make a great disappointing summer blockbuster. And it was also a disappointing audio book.
I like autumn night times. Curtains drawn. The dim lamp. Chaired with a book. Fireside hours. A warm peace.
I cannot say firmly that this book lived up to the hype. While debating reading (listening) to this book, I read the reviews and evaluated the pros and cons. Now, after finishing the book, I'm actually a bit disappointed. Yes, it has some actual historical references and I'm sure you'll walk away learning something about history. That aside, the story didn't jump out to me, I felt like there wasn't a punchline to the plot. The audiobook as a whole wasn't bad, but certainly wasn't as good as I'd hoped. It'll be interesting to see how the movie turns out, and how the story gets tweaked for the screenplay. Overall...3 stars
This book was ok but verry dry. with all the hype I was wxpectiong more from the book.
little less historical face that every school child that we have been taught for ever.
I felt like good old abe was reading me his diaries and I could picture what he was telling me awesome story teller voice
It is a completely original concept that made you look at historical events a little diffrently and say wow that makes a little more sense
I was looking forward to this book but it turned into a drag....kept waiting for the fun exciting part and it never came. And the narrator just made it worse... I was looking forward to the movie but after listening to this I am skipping the movie version.
There was nothing to it, just random jumps from one exploit to the next. Very little character development. It felt very rushed.
The trouble with this book could not be solved by cutting out a few parts. What you would need to do is give the idea to someone who knows how to write, like Patrick Rothfuss.
Wait for the movie to come out as it will probably be better then the book. I didnt think I would ever say those words but I feel like they will prove true.
I tried several times to continue on through this one, but it's just too disgusting for my taste. I should have listened to my best friend; he knows me better than anyone and warned me that I wouldn't like it.
The writing was okay, I can't say Grahame-Smith isn't talented in spinning a tale. The narration was okay, too.
I got this on sale for $4.95; good thing! Wish Audible had the capacity to allow subscribers to sell/swap titles. I'd be glad to pass this one on to someone else.