What’s the largest, thickest, heaviest book you ever read? Was it because you had to? For pleasure? For school?
Wow! That is a hard one as for as “ever” goes. For fiction I would bet that it would be a Steven King, probably the uncut version of The Stand which weights in at 1141 pages and 1.5 pounds. When we move to non-fiction I have to include all of the graduate work that I did. Then, it would probably be [amazon_link id="B00AF55BDG" target="_blank" container="" container_class="" ]: A Critique of Political Economy [/amazon_link] at 1152 pages. This would be especially true if you include I read Capital : Volume 2: A Critique of Political Economy at 624 pages and Capital: Volume 3: A Critique of Political Economy also at 1152 pages. So if you total that up you get 2928 pages of pure translated German Victorian writing.