I won't give away the ending. I hate to spoil it.
Abe as a vampire hunter? I looked at this quizzically, but bought it several weeks ago choosing to read 50 Shades of Slut over this half historical fact and half realistic fiction. How would the author get away with this and not tarnish the image of one of this countries greatest leaders?
The title pretty much gives away the premise of the book. I took 2 days time, feeling ill with a summer cold and possibibly a mild sinusitis, to read 400 pages of WOW.
The historical material is written interesting enough to hold a person's attention and the vamp conspiracy is written true more to original vamps of yore as opposed to the dashingly handsome and romantic sparkly fuckers of modern day.
The story follows Abe birth to death and through his political career as well as his side job, kicking vampire ass with stakes and his daddy's ax all the while dosing out justice.
This book illustrates Abe as a man, a dad, a politician and a hunter. He maintains life long friendships and stays true to the idea of loyalty and knowing the difference between right and wrong. Love and loss. This book is infused with humanity and humility.
I would highly recommend this quick, fun, interesting read. I didn't want it to end, but all good things come to an end...or do they?