Hey guys! I recently added all of my unread books on Goodreads so I am fully prepared for this weeks Top 5 Wednesday topic! It’s not going to be a very exciting post I’m afraid as I have only just realised that a lot of my largest books are by the same author! Those authors apparently love writing massive books that intimidate me! Here’s my largest books:
Inheritance by Christopher Paolini and The Fireman by Joe Hill
At number one we have Inheritance with 860 pages (help!), followed by The Fireman with 768 so Inheritance has quite a lot more pages! I have heard really great things about both books so I really think I’m just intimidated by the size of them! They are probably both some of my longest owned books too as I’m pretty sure I bought these nearly three years ago (yikes!). Please don’t judge me!
Brisingr by Christopher Paolini and ACOWAR by Sarah J Maas
Next we have Brisingr (cries) with 748 pages and this is another that intimidates me! I really want to read it because I love dragons but the size, noooo! Maybe one day I will read it. Then we have ACOWAR with 699 and that actually surprised me because I thought ACOMAF was the largest one in this series! To be honest, I don’t know if I will ever read this? I haven’t really been won over by this series but I’m not prepared to give up on it just yet. I don’t think I will read the newer books though, I’ll probably just stick to the trilogy.
Empire of Storms by Sarah J Maas and Eldest by Christopher Paolini
Pretty much now, Sarah J Maas and Christopher Paolini are just competing to be in the top 5 or top 10 positions because they really love writing massive books! I like to play it safe and read relatively short books because I tend to find longer ones rather boring. This could explain why I’m putting these ones off? Honestly I have no reason other than that for putting off the Eragon series!
I’m sorry for my sporadic positing lately but I really hope you enjoyed this post! What are your largest books? Feel free to leave a link in the comments below so I can check it out! Thank you so much for reading!