Whas the longest book you people read? Mine was a book called Villette by Charlotte Bronte, 600pages of dense text. (oh yeah no holy books included )
This message was edited by DarkSoul on Nov 17 2001.
Thread Recap (last 10 posts from newest to oldest)
Aug 27, 05 at 8:36pm
I believe you are correct. Pillars of the Earth. Long book that just got longer because I wanted to read something else! lol. I read it when I was about 15 years old. Nine years ago.
Aug 27, 05 at 2:13pm
The longest book I have read must be Order Of The Pheonix from the Harry Potter series. I only read Harry Potter books, I am not a keen reader but Harry Potter captures my attention. I like reading magazines though.
Aug 27, 05 at 11:48am
You mean Pillars of the Earth.
Aug 27, 05 at 10:28am
I think it was a Ken Follet book, over a thousand pages. The title had Pillars in it but It was years ago so I cant remember. I have probably read longer books but this one was boring.
Aug 24, 05 at 3:15am
"Rise And Fall of the Third Reich" something like 1200 pages and "American Aurora" at about 900 pages.
Aug 22, 05 at 6:24pm
Angel Arc by Anthony Horowitz was the longest ive ever read it had about 900 to 1000 pages
Aug 22, 05 at 6:08pm
The longest book I've read in RECENT memory was Les Miserables, an edition with about 1475 pages.
Aug 21, 05 at 11:33pm
Harry Potter 5 was probably the longest book i ever read. And it was great!
Aug 18, 05 at 5:53pm
I have read the entire Harry Potter series. So whatever one of those was longest. I think it was Harry Potter 5.
Jun 15, 05 at 1:43am
quote Russell Barnes
The longest book I ever read was "Harry Potter and the order of the Pheonix" by J.K. Rowling. It had 870 some pages i think. And I plan on reading Harry Potter 6... even longer.
Nope. Its shorter. The ootp had 7 hundred and something pages in the UK edition.The new one only sports a cool 606
Powered by neoforums v1.6.5b (aperture) Copyright Neo Era Media, Inc. 1999-2013