With a little help from a widget in my Goodreads profile, I was able to pinpoint the longest novels I’ve read: page count wise, anyway, not word count wise. Word count would be a more accurate measure, but, still!
Oh, the simple things that thrill a bookworm.
The longest novel I’ve read is Shōgun. Admittedly, not my normal kind of read (certainly not a novel for kiddies), but I was on a Samurai kick at the time I read it.
Ten other novels that topped my Long Book list? Glad you asked. 🙂
Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ
The Portrait of a Lady
Return to the City
Somewhere Safe with Somebody Good
This Present Darkness
Frank E. Peretti
*So. Would you care to share the longest novel (or longest other book) you’ve ever read?*