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Peppermill
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Re: A Book Too Long to Read

Ha, I mean no offense but all those words were to big for me to comprehend..

 

Tristan -- I, too, mean no offense, but I doubt that!  :smileyvery-happy:

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BookReader75
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Re: A Book Too Long to Read

 


Peppermill wrote:

Ha, I mean no offense but all those words were to big for me to comprehend..

 

Tristan -- I, too, mean no offense, but I doubt that!  :smileyvery-happy:


 

Ha, I'm not sure if that was a compliment or not.  :smileyvery-happy:

~Tristan Amaya
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ReadingOnTheBeach
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Re: A Book Too Long to Read

Under the Dome by: Stephen King.

 

I bought this book at the beginning of the summer and tried and tried and tried to get through it...I made it about 300 pages in and gave up. It's over 1,000 pages long.

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patra_jasmine
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Re: A Book Too Long to Read

Shantaram by Gregory David Roberts... its 936 pages...