Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter - Seth Grahame-Smith What I liked about this book is that it has a back-to-basic type of vampire. The story POV was confusing at the beginning of the book, being in third person but the narrator clearly set in the present era (mentions of video cameras, psychoanalytic therapy, DNA sampling...); and the story went back and forth sometimes, too, spoiling crucial events.

There were a good amount of diary entries, letters, and newspaper notes, which reminded me a bit of Bram Stoker's "Dracula", though I'm not sure if this was the author's intent. The illustrations were okay yet not great, and I was disappointed to see the author mention Wikipedia as one of his main sources of information. I'm not familiar with Lincoln's biography, so I can't criticize how accurate the storyline was, or which of Lincoln's quotes were authentic. But leaving any possible inaccuracy aside it was an enjoyable, simple read.