There's this book by Seth Graham-Smith, author of Pride, Prejudice, and Zombies titled Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. I'll be honest, I wasn't a big fan of PP&Z, and not even aware that Mr. Smith had written it(nonetheless, it sits on my shelf because I like the cover photo). So, when I saw Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter my first reaction was laughter. You know, that haughty laughter that says "This is pathetic." I bought it anyway....No I'm not a smart shopper. I started reading at around 8:30 p.m. and remember last glancing at the clock at 1:27 a.m. I was little more than halfway through the novel and COULDN'T PUT IT DOWN. Frankly, I haven't touched or thought of touching a vampire book since the hype began. This is the first book involving vampires that I've read since then(and I have never been more interested to hear about the life of Abe Lincoln.) I remembered hearing about this book and it being made into a movie, so my curiosity got the best of me. I'm glad it did! My only concern is that all characters but Abe are a little flat; but what's to expect when you're revolving the story around his "hidden history". Henry(Abe's teacher of the sort) is exceptionally developed, but I'd like a little more from him. I have a hunch that a big twist is coming in the future(probably involving Henry). Have you read this book? If so, did you enjoy it as much? Note: I have a love of odd tales of gore, so if you have any suggestions, I am forever in your debt(sort of).