Top 10 Longest Books I Own

Hello my dear readers, I welcome you to a post where I will be bragging about the books I own.

I was looking at my shelves last week, and I noticed I had a lot of large hardcover books. (As soon as I wrote that, a good post idea came to mind).

Since it was time for a Top 10 Tuesday, what better way to share my longest books with you, and maybe hear what your longest books are.

Looking through mine, I was surprised how many of my list were actually paperback!

For clarity’s sake, I am only counting the book page count that contains the story. I am not including any indexes, previews for future books, a glossaries, or anything of the sort.

You probably won’t be surprised that this list is basically made up of a small list of authors.

Let’s talk about your longest books in the comments, or send me a message on social media!
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10: A Feast for Crows

Page Count: 976
Format: Paperback
Author: George R.R. Martin
Status: Read


9: Lord of Chaos

Page Count: 987
Format: Paperback
Author: Robert Jordan
Status: Read


8: The Gathering Storm

Page Count: 1071
Format: Paperback
Author: Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson
Status: Unread


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7: A Storm of Swords

Page Count: 1128
Format: Paperback
Author: George R.R. Martin
Status: Read


6: A Memory of Light

Page Count: 1148
Format: Paperback
Author: Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson
Status: Unread


5: IT

Page Count: 1153
Format:
Paperback
Author:
Stephen King
Status:
Slowly Reading


4: Towers of Midnight

Page Count: 1218
Format: Paperback
Author: Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson
Status: Unread


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3: Oathbringer

Page Count: 1233
Format: Hardcover
Author: Brandon Sanderson
Status: Read


2: The Way of Kings

Page Count: 1252
Format: Paperback
Author: Brandon Sanderson
Status: Read


1: Words of Radiance

Page Count: 1303
Format: Paperback
Author: Brandon Sanderson
Status: Read

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12 thoughts on “Top 10 Longest Books I Own

  1. Oof, those Sandersons are a kick to the gut but I’ve been meaning to read them!

    By far my longest reads were my insanity-fueled marathon reads of A Song of Ice and Fire 😬

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