Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter


I was skeptical when I first heard about the book, “Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter.”  I wasn’t sure how the author would be able to pull off the concept in a realistic way.

After reading the book, I believe the author did an excellent job.  The author wrote about historical events and intermingled the vampire hunter aspect into those events.

I enjoyed reading the book and I would recommend it.

Abomination by E.E. Borton


Borton’s book, Abomination was fun to read.  The story is about a group of Marines that volunteered to participate in gene therapy experiments.  The goal was to create warriors with enhanced strength, eyesight, and hearing.

Unfortunately, something went wrong in the lab and the Marines experienced physical changes that left them with an extreme desire to consume blood.

The scientific explanations didn’t make much sense, but it fit well within the story line.  The characters were interesting and well developed.  Also, there were numiouers twists within the story that kept me interested.

Boundary Crossed – A Book Review



The book Boundary Crossed was written by Melissa F. Olson.  It’s a story about a boundary witch and her niece, which happens to be a null.  There are also vampires and werewolves involved in the story.  It defiantly fits in the supernatural genre.

I loved this book.  The characters were compelling and the storyline kept me guessing until the end.  The book was well written and very original.

I give it an A+