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Mar 19 '14

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Bookshelves as Stairs, Artists’ Residence, New York City

BSC Architects, Photographs: Andy Ryan

yep. just had a book-gasm.

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Feb 27 '14

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Jul 6 '13

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Feb 12 '13

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Oct 24 '12

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Oct 24 '12

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Oct 3 '12

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Aug 2 '12
I am currently reading this book and enjoying it immensely. Initially, I scoffed at the idea of good ol’ Abe & vampire hunting going together (especially because I loathe all the mutilation of Jane Austen’s work by Seth Grahame-Smith.) Even the individual I borrowed the novel from criticized it for being too historical and not as fantastical as she had hoped. Surprisingly, this is what has drawn me into the book. The way Seth G.S. managed to weave the vampire hunting into the story of Abraham Lincoln’s life is positively fascinating. I would strongly recommend this book to anyone who enjoy a little whimsy mixed in with more historical accuracy than one would usually find it novels such as this.

I am currently reading this book and enjoying it immensely. Initially, I scoffed at the idea of good ol’ Abe & vampire hunting going together (especially because I loathe all the mutilation of Jane Austen’s work by Seth Grahame-Smith.) Even the individual I borrowed the novel from criticized it for being too historical and not as fantastical as she had hoped. Surprisingly, this is what has drawn me into the book. The way Seth G.S. managed to weave the vampire hunting into the story of Abraham Lincoln’s life is positively fascinating. I would strongly recommend this book to anyone who enjoy a little whimsy mixed in with more historical accuracy than one would usually find it novels such as this.

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Apr 7 '12

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Mar 25 '12

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