Thoughts while reading a big book

Thoughts while reading a big book

Not everyone joys reading a big book with 500+ pages. I have to admit that sometimes I don’t want to read a big book either. But still, there are many people in this world who loves to read big books. And you probably get one of these thoughts I while reading a big book.

I have to say that I don’t read a lot of big books. I think the biggest one is City of Bones by Cassandra Clare. Most of my books are just average between 300-500 pages. Maybe it is because we have the smallest bookstore here and they don’t really own big books? Unless you order them. Maybe big books scare me a little bit, but some of them are really huge. For example Games of Thrones book is huge. That is probably one of the reasons why I bought the smaller editions instead of the big one.

Thoughts while reading a big book

  • Okay, here we go. page 1 and many to go.
  • I really hope it is not a book with too much useless information/chapters
  • Wow, so many characters already? I am not even halfway through
  • Wait, who was *name* again?
  • Why do they always make big book stories so complicated?
  • On the other side, the bigger the book, the longer I can enjoy this book
  • Okay, halfway there. Normally I would already have finished a book.
  • How can they write so much about on topic?
  • Will the writer write a sequel?
  • Big books look good on my bookshelves
  • Wait, a new character? Where is he/she coming from?
  • I think I am in love with this big book

What is your favourite big book you’ve ever read?

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