My Friday Love and Follow Friday {32}

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…

Kiss Me I’m Irish 
Druid Chronicles Read Along
Hounded Discussion Schedule:
March 02nd: Chapters 1-5 hosted by Geeky Blogger’s Book Blog
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!
Today the last chapters are dicussed but it’s not too late to step by and answer some of the questions.
I love those books and I was excitedly following this Read-A-Long. So stop over at Missie’s Blog and read her awesome post!

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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I can’t say I’ve heard of that book, but that’s some serious page count!

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Danny 3/23/2012

I know , it makes me so sad they are not available in english because they are seriously epic! Thanks for subscribing! :))
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Not familiar with this author but sounds like something I would read if they were in English :) New follower
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Danny 3/23/2012

It is so sad she’s not translated in English because she seriously rocks!
Happy Friday!
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Heidi 3/23/2012

Great pick! The Hounded read along had been a blast! I have loved every week. I wish you had joined us, Danny. Next read along!
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hrose2931 3/23/2012

That is one long book! I have A Discover of Witches to listen to on Audio which I know is long, but that’s not really reading. The Harry Potters were pretty long and so were the Diana Gabaldon books-the Outlander series. But I don’t think I’ve ever read a book quite that long. Obviously it’s good or you wouldn’t enjoy them. Wow, that’s some serious love!

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Hopping through. Wow. That’s too bad it’s not in English. Not fair.
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Aww, I so wanted to join that Read-A-Long! I’m still bummed I missed out on it. :( But I finally get to join my first one next month! \o/

And that book sounds good. o: I want to read it! It works as my first book in German, right?! :D I did study it for 4 years, maybe it’s time… Lol!
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Maeva 3/24/2012

If you consider the fact that the version of The Lord of The Rings I read was the one that’s one book with the 3 parts inside (1202 pages in the brazilian version), that would be the longest book I’ve ever read. But if you consider series to favorite 600+ page reads, hands down, Harry Potter. Not so much for the story, but for the feeling it brings me every time I think about it.

I’m a new Twitter follower, btw!

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Hahahaha! I just noticed that one of your tags is “I love Missie”. LOL You are so awesome, Danny. Thanks for plugging our read-along. :)

Honestly, I’m kind of surprised that your longest book read isn’t Shadowfever. I guess it doesn’t count because it’s only 594. LOL
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