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DATo wrote:I think Rest_In_Pieces put it well in stating that as long as the book sustains interest and isn't bloated with filler the length does not matter.
One could also ask the question: Are there books you wish were longer? I can think of several books that I wish never ended because of the beauty of the prose and/or the fascinating aspects of the premise. I can think of many books I've read that held me spellbound though they were very long and some shorter novels that seemed to drag on forever.
If a person chooses a book based upon how quickly one can get from one cover to the other I think that person is missing the whole point of reading.
Fran wrote:DATo wrote:If a person chooses a book based upon how quickly one can get from one cover to the other I think that person is missing the whole point of reading.
Agree with you completly it's what's between the cover that counts not how long it takes to get from cover to cover
kg211970 wrote:for me the Black Jewels Trilogy is a very very long book for me, since it's the first 1,200 page i've ever read, it's 3 books in one, and once i started reading, i couldn't stop, it's an amazing feeling to finish this book, if I can read that i can read anything