KhakiBlueSocks wrote:"I'm going to make you a prayer request you can't refuse..." Cue the violins.
You know, I will be honest and admit that I've never actually read the whole Bible. Some of those minor prophets still elude me.rocklobster (post: 1381718) wrote:Don't say the Bible,
Wow, I waas thinking these same two. The Brothers is definately worth two reads, tho. In fact...Ante Bellum (post: 1381723) wrote:If I ever finish it, The Brothers Karamazov. Otherwise, I think Order of the Phoenix (Page count wise, I don't count LotR because it's more than one book.)
Nate (post: 1381799) wrote:I read Three Kingdoms which is around 2300 pages long.
Man that was a good book.
TheSubtleDoctor (post: 1381731) wrote:You know, I will be honest and admit that I've never actually read the whole Bible. Some of those minor prophets still elude me.
Bobtheduck wrote:Three Kingdoms as in "Romance of the Three Kingdoms"?
Nate (post: 1386021) wrote:Yeah yeah. Three Kingdoms is the original novels that the RoTK games were based on. As well as a few other games.
It's pretty long, but I enjoyed it, despite some awkward phrasing (and the typos). Keeping track of the characters was, admittedly, a bit hard. However, I've been playing Dynasty Warriors games for a good portion of my life, and believe it or not that really helped me keep track of about 80% of the characters in it.
And it's not the entire history of China, just from the beginning of the fall of the Han Dynasty and the Yellow Turban rebellion to the establishment of the Jin Dynasty...so it covers about 96 years, give or take.
You are in for a treat, good sir. That work is probably the single greatest Christian novel ever written.Mr. SmartyPants (post: 1388837) wrote:I'm currently slowly battling my way through The Brothers Karamazov right now...
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