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What is the most longest book have you ever read?

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message 1: by Nikita (new)

Nikita The longest book I've read was Harry Potter & the Order of the Phoenix by JK Rowling. That book was 870 pages

The second longest book was Winter by Marissa Meyer. That book was 832 pages


message 2: by Jenn, Mod #2 (new)

Jenn | 188 comments Mod
The longest book I've ever read was Acheron by Sherilyn Kenyon, it was over 1,000 pages. Very engrossing though


message 3: by Chuck (last edited Jan 15, 2017 03:52PM) (new)

Chuck | 332 comments Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand - 1168 pages.
Under the Dome by Stephen King - 1074 pages.
11/22/63 by Stephen King - 849 pages.


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Billiejo | 1 comments Queen Mary of Scotland and The isles


message 5: by Amber, Owner(Author) (new)

Amber Kestner (ambernmelanie) | 434 comments Mod
For me it was Winter by Marissa Meyers it was 827 pages and haven't read anything bigger since.


message 6: by Vanessa (new)

Vanessa (va-nessa) | 1 comments Chuck wrote: "Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand - 1168 pages.
Under the Dome by Stephen King - 1074 pages.
11/22/63 by Stephen King - 849 pages."


thanks to Goodreads I can tell you that 5 of the 10 longest books I have read are by Stephen King.


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Leonara Golosa (leonara_golosa) | 3 comments Abraham Lincoln: The War Years by Carl Sandberg
2501 pages, 10.7 pounds in hardback.

For an e-book, depending on how you tip your head it's:
The Complete Wheel of Time by Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson
12446 "Amazon Pages" about 4,410,036 words according to wordcounter.net - conversationally 4.4 million works for me.
Until the Amazon Kindle Complete book was issued you needed 14 hardback volumes.


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