Happy Friday Welcome to our Friday Feature!
My Friday Love is a weekly meme, where we want to share what we loved during this past week.
My Friday Love is…
March 09th: Chapters 6-10 hosted by On a Book Bender
March 16th: Chapters 11-15 hosted by Smash Attack Reads!
March 23rd: Chapters 16-20 hosted by In the Closet With a Bibliophile
March 30th: Chapters 21-25 + epilogue hosted by The Unread Reader
April 06th: Special interview with Kevin Hearne & announcement of winners!
And then, welcome back to some Follow Friday Fun from the lovely Parajunkee and Allison Can Read
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This weeks question is
What is the longest book you’ve read? What are your favorite 600+ page reads?
and this weeks question comes fromShort and Sweet
I love this question because I looove thick and long books! the longest and best ones I read were the ones from Rebecca Gablè. She is an incredible German writer who writes historical fiction in a way no other writer will ever accomplish. Unfortunately for you guy, her books are not translated in English which sucks big time because I think everyone who liked historical fiction should read them. Plus, it’s extra weird because the setting of her book is in old England in the 14-16th Century..
Her first book “Das Lächeln Der Fortuna” (The Smile of Fortune) was that good that I read it up to 3 times. And… coming back to the point, her books are long! And I mean tiny font and lot’s of text on one page long – not just 600 pages with a font that big you can see it from the other side of the room…
All her books are between 1000-1200 pg and.. I Love every second I spend reading them!
1292 awesome pages!
Happy Friday and Much Love,
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