Longest book you have ever read?
Probably the expanded version of Stephen King's "The Stand." I think it was over 1,500 pages.
But if we're counting multi-book sets, then King's massive seven-volume Gunslinger Trilogy (yeah, I know - it outgrew the "Trilogy" label).
The Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan. 14 books plus a prequel.
Yep. Almost done with it
Sanderson did a pretty good job of finishing it. It's very hard to pick out what is Jordan & what is him...
I'm also partial to David Eddings and Stephen Donaldson.
Not familiar with them.
Their books came out in the 80's. I'd recommend Stephen Donaldson's "Thomas Covenant series"
I'll have to tag that on to my reading list...
Probably one of the game of thrones books, whichever one is longest
Read entire Bible through annually. But that's really 66 books. War and Peace by Tolstoy is perhaps longest novel I've read. But some Dickens books are very long too, as well as Victor Hugo's (Les Miserables, Hunchback Notre Dame). I love long books.
I do the bible at least once a year.
Game of Thrones series. Im on book 4 and each book has in the ballpark of 1000 pages. So essentially im about 3500 pages in right now.
The Stand by Stephen King
It by Stephen King is mine. I haven't read The Stand but I should.
Me too and one of my favorites.