Top 5 Wednesday: Largest Books on TBR

Hello beautiful people!

Top 5 Wednesday time! This weeks topic is…………LARGEST BOOKS ON TBR! How wonderful…a topic that reminds me how infinite my TBR list is AND how long some of these books are – the life of a bookworm.

Five. The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss

2495567Page Count: 662 pages. THIS has been on my TBR list for FAR too long…I’ll get to it…one day.

Four. The Wise Man’s Fear by Patrick Rothfuss


Page Count: 994 pages. The SEQUEL to the one just mentioned…I’m attempting to wait for the final book in the trilogy to come out before I begin my adventure reading this series, hence the reason both are still on my TBR list.

Three. Tower of Dawn by Sarah J. Maas


Page Count: 672 pages. This series sounds great, but it’s SOOOOO LONG!! It appears rather daunting…so it was pushed to the 2019 reading list ha-ha!

Two. Kingdom of Ash by Sarah J. Maas


Page Count: 980 pages. The final book in the series that the book previously mentioned is in…almost 1000 pages! Again, daunting!

One. The Eye of the World by Robert Jordan


Page Count: 814 pages. I have had my eyes set on this series since…high school? Reason why I haven’t started? THERE ARE 14 BLOODY BOOKS IN THE SERIES! I don’t dislike large series, don’t get me wrong. They are just SUCH a commitment.

That be all she wrote! What are some of the largest books on your TBR list? I know there are longer ones on mine, but it was too great a task to go through every single one and discover the largest books.

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16 thoughts on “Top 5 Wednesday: Largest Books on TBR

      1. It’s a readathon that goes for two weeks where you have to read books over 500 pages! It’s why this was the top 5 topic because Thoughts on Tomes does the topic and also created this readathon. Check out her booktube channel, she’s great😊

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  1. Oh girl, I thought the same with Tower of Dawn & Kingdom of Ash, but I can tell you something .. I finished those in just under 24 hours of me starting them. I read KoA first, then ToD after that. They’re both very fast paced and I couldn’t put the book down, they’re so good!

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