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DracoMalfoy 2011/12/22 22:31:39
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  • Ashley R 2012/02/12 23:57:05
    It was
    Ashley R
    Les Miserable les misrable
  • shenendoah 2011/12/31 08:53:19
    It was
    shenendoah
  • Vision of Verve 2011/12/24 00:28:51
  • Rachel 2011/12/23 17:48:24
    It was
    Rachel
    +1
    Robert Jordan's The Wheel of Time

    the wheel of time series


    ... and I'm only at book four: The Shadow Rising.
  • SssstarsssS 2011/12/23 09:32:28
    It was
    SssstarsssS
  • a24 2011/12/23 08:34:06
    Undecided
    a24
    +1
    does the complete unabridged works of Shakespeare count or for that matter a 50,000 page book of law I guess I will just say "war and peace"
  • cheaperthantherapy 2011/12/23 06:05:38
    I think
    cheaperthantherapy
    +1
    Pick a Stephen King novel.
    Also, as far as Harry Potter books go, pretty sure the 5th was the longest…...
  • Cause Unknown 2011/12/23 05:57:41
    It was
    Cause Unknown
    necronomicon
    Good read.
  • david shiel 2011/12/23 05:50:28
    It was
    david shiel
    +1
    king james version cover to cover.
  • RogerCoppock 2011/12/23 05:42:56 (edited)
    It was
    RogerCoppock
    The longest book I have read is Working Group One's Third Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, "Climate Change 2001: The Scientific Basis." With supplemental material, it is about 1200 pages. It's on-line. Please see:

    http://www.grida.no/publicati...
  • gldynmd BTO-t-BCRA-F 2011/12/23 05:27:31
    It was
    gldynmd BTO-t-BCRA-F
    The Bible has to be it. And I'm still working on it.
  • Thomas Ross 2011/12/23 04:59:38
    Undecided
    Thomas Ross
    Which one is longer, War and Peace, or the Bible? I've read both cover-to-cover several times in various translations.
  • Marcus Clark 2011/12/23 04:28:06 (edited)
    It was
    Marcus Clark
    The Bible. Several times cover to cover, in different versions. Many times over for most portions.
    Of course, that would also depend how you define "book" for this question. Most people consider the Bible to be 'a' book. It is actually a collection of 66 books under one cover. Similarly you could look at multiple volume works (such as trilogies) as a single title "book" or as multiple individual books.
  • ★misfit★ 2011/12/23 04:03:19
    I think
    ★misfit★
    +1
    Probably the Bible. The pages are much thinner than other books and also the print is small.
  • gina gatewood 2011/12/23 03:55:26
    Undecided
    gina gatewood
    The Stand by Stephen King
  • Death On Two Legs 2011/12/23 03:36:35
    It was
    Death On Two Legs
    memoirs of a geisha book


    428 pages. Not much, I know. I have a 600 page book waiting to be read, though.
  • srini 2011/12/23 02:41:55 (edited)
    It was
    srini
    +1
    Kamala Subramanian wriitten English version of Mahabharata (around 1974-5--long before I came to Christ), around 1,150 pages.
  • britbiker 2011/12/23 02:04:43 (edited)
    It was
    britbiker
    +1
    The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich & Mein Kampf rise and fall of the third reich mein kampf
  • elizabeth 2011/12/23 01:21:09
    It was
    elizabeth
    +1
    IT WAS THE BOOK "IT"...LIKE 1000 PGES...  iT  ....IF U DO NOT BELEIVE ME LOOK IT UP
  • kerebail.ramakrishnachar 2011/12/23 00:30:40
    None of the above
    kerebail.ramakrishnachar
    +1
    The Mahabharata is one of the two major Sanskrit epics of ancient India
  • LoveBug 2011/12/23 00:24:32
    It was
    LoveBug
  • Dr.CleoDactyl 2011/12/23 00:04:43
    I think
    Dr.CleoDactyl
  • M A 2011/12/22 23:59:44
    It was
    M A
    +1
    War and peace
  • beck 2011/12/22 23:40:20
    It was
    beck
    +2
    the historian. its like 800 pages long and the writing is tiny!! the historian book
  • DragonSlayer 2011/12/22 23:30:30
    It was
    DragonSlayer
  • Changeling 2011/12/22 23:11:23
    I think
    Changeling
    +2
    It was Stephen King's the Stand, but then again the Bible is long too.
  • Joe Finsternis 2011/12/22 22:58:01
    I think
    Joe Finsternis
    +3
    I'm reading IT right now, and it's almost 1,100 pages long. I haven't read anything longer previously.

    stephen king it book
  • ..tisha... 2011/12/22 22:54:34
    It was
    ..tisha...
    +2
    all 1800 pages!
    lord of the rings book
  • Recruit 2011/12/22 22:52:58
    It was
    Recruit
    +2
    Insomnia..by stephen king...started reading it over 12 years ago and still havnt gotten past the third chapter...always seems to put me to sleep when i read it
  • Dr.Cleo... Recruit 2011/12/23 00:06:03
    Dr.CleoDactyl
    +1
    ironic
  • out damned spot 2011/12/22 22:51:40 (edited)
  • sharebear817 2011/12/22 22:51:33 (edited)
    It was
    sharebear817
  • boots 2011/12/22 22:48:20
    Undecided
    boots
    IM HERMAN CAIN AND HATE BOOKS AND READING !!!
    I JUST LIKE GRABBING BOOBIES!!!!! HERMAN CAIN HATES READING
  • Laura Lovegood 2011/12/22 22:47:02
  • RogerCo... Laura L... 2011/12/23 05:46:25
    RogerCoppock
    +1
    I hated that book, particularly the long diatribe by "John Galt."
  • Laura L... RogerCo... 2011/12/23 13:03:43
  • RogerCo... Laura L... 2011/12/23 13:08:44
    RogerCoppock
    +1
    Yes! I'm no Rand fan, but I'd take "Fountainhead" over "Atlas Shrugged."
  • Laura L... RogerCo... 2011/12/23 13:16:55
  • Nibz 2011/12/22 22:45:51
    It was
    Nibz
    +3
    final book in a trilogy...it was....let me check....819 pages....I'm pretty sure that was the longest book I read

    the sweet far thing
  • Laura L... Nibz 2011/12/22 22:57:46

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