Recommended Gargantuan Novels

thick book clip artNot the first such list, nor particularly authoritative, but a list nontheless.

If you find you need a list of really, really lengthy novels that are (supposedly) worth the time and effort required to read them.

Inevitably, indignant readers cite even more stupendously lengthy novels that were overlooked when this FlavorWire listicle was compiled.

Found via Book Riot

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2 Responses to Recommended Gargantuan Novels

  1. I hardly leave comments, however after reading through some of the remarks on Recommended
    Gargantuan Novels | Atlanta Booklover’s Blog.
    I actually do have some questions for you if you do not mind.
    Is it just me or do a few of these remarks come across like they are written by brain dead visitors?
    😛 And, if you are writing on additional social sites, I’d like to follow everything fresh you have to post.
    Would you list of the complete urls of your shared sites like your linkedin profile, Facebook page or twitter feed?

    • Cal says:

      My own experience in reading comments to just about anything on the Internet is that brain dead comments are likely to appear along with the others. Sort of an occupational hazard, I reckon.

      I don’t post things (other than links to my blogposts) on social network sites. Besides the Atlanta Booklover’s Blog, the only other blog I write is my “personal” one (i.e., stuff about what I’m up to, such as mini-reviews of my own reading): that’s at http://www.calgough.wordpress.com, and you are welcome to “follow” me, although, besides the mini-reviews, I doubt that my entries are going to interest anyone other than my friends and family!

      Thanks for reading, and for the comment.

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