Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Killer by Seth Grahame Smith (Audio Giveaway)

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While Abraham Lincoln is widely lauded for saving a Union and freeing millions of slaves, his valiant fight against the forces of the undead has remained in the shadows for hundreds of years. That is, until Seth Grahame-Smith stumbled upon The Secret Journal of Abraham Lincoln, and became the first living person to lay eyes on it in more than 140 years.

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27 thoughts on “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Killer by Seth Grahame Smith (Audio Giveaway)

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  2. kadybug

    To Kill a Mockingjay- Scout is excited to go to school but every time she attempts her homework she hears the lovely songs of the Mockingjay and is unable to concentrate. When she tries to start a fight with her classmates the beautiful trilling Mockingjay intervenes. Where is her bow and arrow- she must kill that Mockingjay! Atticus in the meantime is too busy with the Peacekeepers in the Justice Room to care about Scout’s plight.

      1. kadybug

        I loved it and Catching Fire too. Seriously didn’t think I would like it at all but my son just flew through them and told me I HAD to read them!

  3. librarypat

    A Connecticut Yankee in Count Dracula’s Court. While touring Count Dracula’s castle, Twain meets a stranger from Connecticut who claims to have hit his head while touring the castle and being transported back to the time of the Count. He was befriended by a young servant who helped keep him safe from what was going on around him.

    librarypat AT comcast DOT net

  4. madwoman-doing-cartwheels

    A Sea Monster Mutiny On The Bounty. The Bounty is transporting Sea Monsters back to face trial for unspecified crimes committed aboard other ships. A rouge storm causes the hatch to open and the sea monsters are let loose to ravage and take command of the ship.

    It will be interesting to see what you have to say in your review about how you liked the “mash-ups”. Certainly is a growing trend in classic fiction.

  5. Terri Dell

    A Vampire Grows in Brooklyn – When Francie;s Father dies, it isn’t pneumonia. He was bitten by a vampire and soon they are all vampires living in poverty in Brooklyn.

  6. Shari D

    Snowwhite and the seven little vampires. Snowwhite finds a abandoned house in the woods. When night falls the floor opens up..

  7. I am not very creative when it comes to stuff like this but how about Of Wolves and Men. Maybe the werewolves could be our servants until they decide to overtake the human race? Hmmmm…

  8. Steve Capell

    The Wizard of Zombie Land — Dorthy you may never get home this time as all the flying monkeys are now Zombies … and guess what water doesn’t effect them.


  9. Sheila

    “The Legend of Creepy Hollow”—a brilliant but befuddled detective investigates reports of a community composed only of headless horsemen vampires who nightly search in vain for a neck to bite.

    skkorman AT bellsouth DOT net

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