Top Ten Tuesday: Longest Books I Have Read

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No. I haven’t read it yet but I will in two weeks and then it will be the longest book I have read clocking in at 992 pages!

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Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoneix by J.K. Rowling – 870 pages

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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by J.K. Rowling – 734 pages

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City of Heavenly Fire by Cassie Clare – 725 pages

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Lady Midnight by Cassie Clare – 720 pages

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Empire of Storms by SJM – 708 pages

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ACOWAR by SJM – 705 pages

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Eldest by Christopher Paolini – 704 pages

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 Lord of Shadows by Cassie Clare – 701 pages

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Habibi by Craig Thompson – 672 pages

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33 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Longest Books I Have Read

    1. They are both long and I think that it is interesting as the aspect of Eragon that killed my interest in the series was how long they are but with Maas’s books, specifically TOG, I want them to be as long as possible but I think that speaks of how well the author conveys their story.

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  1. I really need to pick up the Throne of Glass series again- I’ve only read book 1 because I wanted to wait for the series to finish, but Maas just keeps on going and I don’t want to be too far in the weeds! What I love about so many of these long books is that most of them didn’t feel that long because the stories were so good and adventures too soon over!

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  2. I really need to pick up the Throne of Glass series again- I’ve only read book 1 because I wanted to wait for the series to finish, but Maas just keeps on going and I don’t want to be too far in the weeds! What I love about so many of these long books is that most of them didn’t feel that long because the stories were so good and adventures too soon over!

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    1. It is definitely a good idea to wait until the last book is out because the fifth book is painful!!! Yes, I can blow through them with no problem and I still want more! I am rereading them now and I still love them as much as before!

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  3. I’ll be reading City of Heavenly Fire next week. I might not get around to reading Kingdom of Ash until next year… I still have two ToG books to get to first, and I don’t think I’ll be reading anything long while NaNoWriMo is going on, and then it’s pretty much 2019 already.

    At first I was like Sam thinking you already got your hands on Kingdom of Ash, LOL.

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      1. As a series I love TOG so much more. If I am being frank, there is too much sex in the ACOTAR series and don’t get me wrong there is a lot in TOG but it felt like every other chapter of ACOWAR was a sex scene and it defintiely dampened my enjoyment of the book not to mention the ending vexed me so much. Though oddly enough ACOMAF is my favorite Maas book; the character arcs are amazing. Also, TOG has a very emotional connection for me as it is the series that helped my best friend and I grow our friendship so it will always have a special place in my heart because of that.

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      2. Okay, I must really pick up TOG soon! I get your point on the sex scenes regarding ACOWAR. They seem to be there just to be that and not to contribute to a greater meaning. My favourite book is also ACOMAF! 😀 I love your connection with your best friend and TOG that it is truly amazing. Did you do a buddy read?

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