30 Day Book Challenge- Day 3

The longest book I have read…

There are a few books I have read that fall into this category. So I’m going to list my top 5 books in no particular order.

  
At 771 pages, The Goldfinch was painfully long as I didn’t enjoy the book.

  
I Am Pilgrim by Terry Hayes was a pick for book club this year. Again, I didn’t enjoy this book and it was a looooooong 892 pages to read!!!

  
I read GOT at the beginning of my 2014 Reading Challenge and I haven’t picked up one of Martin’s books since as it slowed my reading down. This book took me 3 weeks and was 835 pages long.

  
Another ridiculously long book from my 2013 Reading Challenge, Needful Things by Stephen King. 933 pages. 

  

This HP* book has 766 pages. And every one was a pleasure to read! What a surprise! 😂

*I promise I won’t keep mentioning Harry Potter in all of these posts 😉

What’s the longest book you have read?! 😊📖

6 thoughts on “30 Day Book Challenge- Day 3”

  1. have read all the Harry Potter books as well as Needful Things, have to admit i didnt realise it was as long as that as i read it a lot of years ago but as i was a big fan of his then and i do remember enjoying it. Think i will pass on the other 3 youve mentioned. I dont personally mind how long a book is just as long as im really enjoying it as if im not it feels more like a burden than a pleasure x

  2. Feicin Game of thrones books! I spent all of last year just trying to get through them.

    A Dance With Dragons – 1040 Pages
    A Clash of Kings 768
    A Storm of Swords 992
    A Feast for Crows 753

    think they are the longest! deffo would not be reading them again! Will be giving them to my local second hand bookshop!

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