7 Longest Novels You Will Ever Stumble upon ...

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Ever wonder how much time authors spend when it comes to some of the longest novels ever? I mean, it must take them years to get the story together and actually publish it for the world to see. However, we don’t blame them because not all stories can be told in a few chapters. Some require many more details to fully do the author’s creation justice. Plus, as a reader, I don’t want any of the books I enjoy to stop! So, let’s take a look at some of the longest novels that you might ever stumble upon, in case you were ever curious.

1. A Suitable Boy by Vikram Seth

A Suitable Boy by Vikram Seth

If we were to define some of the longest novels based on their word count, ‘A Suitable Boy’ by Vikram Seth would be in the top 10 percent because it contains 593,674 words! The plot of this book explores the lives of four families while enlightening the reader on the historical and social events of the era. It is a richly detailed and exotically vivid novel that requires thorough description from the author.

Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand
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