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Old 11-08-2012, 11:49 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by DustyDisks View Post
With a good author and story line, the longer the book is, the better. There are many a book that I have read that I wished the story to go on and on. A large book gives the author the space to build and detail the story line's ecosystem.
I agree. I actually prefer books to be at the very least 450 pages. I don't usually read anything below that unless I really like the author. I read pretty fast and I like having the extra amount to get through to stretch it out as long as possible.
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