Feature & Follow #11


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What is the longest book you’ve read?


What are your favorite 600+ page reads?

Well personally, I try to stay far away from books that are 600+ pages. The closest I get is J.R. Wards Black Dagger Brotherhood series, and those are usually 400+ pages, but I prefer those long. Also another series I love that the pages are 400+ are Cassandra Clare’s The Mortal Instruments and The Infernal Devices, I eat up every page of those as well.

So I went to my bookshelf and discovered a favorite of mine that had me waiting by the mailbox the entire day on release day January 2011 and that would be ShadowFever from Karen Marie Moning’s Fever series at 594 pages. I LOVED this book!


 Now that I’ve shared my longest and favorite read with you, please stop by and leave your links, and if your not a blogger but a reader please share your longest and favorite with me as well in my comment box below! Join in the fun!;) Happy Friday!! ♥♥


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20 Responses to Feature & Follow #11

  1. I consider any book long that is 400+ pages. 300+ is like the average number of pages I usually read, but 400+ maybe in the 450′s onwards is LONG to me!

    So definitely Shadowfever, like DUH! Cassandra Clare’s books, the last three Vampire Academy books, The Twilight Saga! And Divergent! ;) )

    • MissVain says:

      Mariya!! I’m just like you 400 pages is long, too long unless it’s a favorite of mine. I agree with you The last Sacrificd and Breaking Dawn and Divergent were long too but were great!!;

  2. Jamie says:

    Nice post, Miss Vain :) I agree with Mariya – anything over 400 pages is long to me.

    Here’s our FF


  3. I think 400 seems to be the “magic” number to qualify as Long.

    And YAY to you for having read the entire Bible. That’s on my list to do some day…

    Come see my TGIF / Follow Friday for this week!

  4. Proserpine says:

    Totally agree with you!

  5. Sharon says:

    Hi & Happy Friday,

    I loved Shadowfever! Amazing..

    My FF, http://obsessionwithbooks.blogspot.com.au/2012/03/feature-follow-friday-23rd-march.html

    Have a great weekend, Sharon

  6. Alison says:

    Hopping through. Gotta love BDB. It’s hard to believe they’re long. They go by quickly.
    My Hop

  7. Yessss, ShadowFever was a good one. I just haven’t read that many books 600+ pages, so it was hard to choose. Great picks, Girl.

  8. Hi,
    Already following-one of my firsts-love your site!! New to the FF Hop. I am shamed to admit that I have never read the entire Bible. I have also never read KMM. She is in my TBR pile but I am not sure because I like HEA endings and I am not sure that the Fever series ends like that. Did you like that series?? I have not read many books more than 400 pages. LOL
    Here is mine: http://bellesbookbag.blogspot.com/2012/03/feature-and-follow-friday.html

  9. melliane says:

    I have the JR Ward to read but I need to be motivated lol. Great choice for the KMM, I love this one.

    old follower

    here is mine

  10. Tanyaw1224 says:

    I so agree with your choice. I was dying to get my hands on that book. Shadowfever was great. I usually don’t do really long books either but then there are some where you don’t ever want them to end =)

    • MissVain says:

      I agree 100% Tanya…I didnt want Shadowfever to end! I was so sad to let it go, but now I’m soooo excited to see we’re getting more books!!;)

      Thanks for visiting!

  11. Samina says:

    How could I forget Shadow fever?Shame on me! Grrrr..

    I can’t belive you are going to THG premiere. Jealous!
    I can’t go to watch it until next week.
    My F&F

  12. Burgandy Ice says:

    Lol – the Bible is a great answer!!!

    It’s hard to get wedged into a long book when life & blogging are faster-paced. It’s like a great vacation idea if you’re going to the beach for a couple weeks of nada, or something. I have avoided longer books since I started reviewin’ ‘em!!!

    -Burgandy Ice

  13. Ning says:

    haha great choices!! I can’t believe I forgot to put down Shadowfever! I thought of it after I made the post but I got too lazy lol. the later BDB gets really long right?

    My FF

    Ning @ Reading by Kindle Fire

  14. The Muggle says:

    Hopping by to say have a great weekend :)
    BDB is definitely a great series to read!

    The Muggle

  15. I love Shadowfever and the BDB series! Can’t wait for Lover Reborn!

    Old Linky follower.
    New Twitter follower.

    Jennifer @ Feminist Fairy Tale Reviews

  16. Sonnie Hogan says:

    *New Follower* Eek! I love your blog! It’s so pretty!!! I didn’t realize how long Shadowfever was because I read it on my Kindle. But I have to agree, it was amazing!

    -Sonnie @ Lit Girl: Confessions of a Future Librarian

  17. Maeva says:

    I’ve seen a lot of bloggers saying that Shadowfever is their favorite 600+ pages reading, but I haven’t had the chance to read it yet–although it’s sitting on my wishlist for ever now!!

    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 follower, btw!

    Murphy’s Library

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