All audiobooks feel long when you're unable to concentrate on them—so imagine how much trouble you'd have with these behemoths. To understand just how long a really long audiobook actually is, let's compare that length to some more familiar reads.
Leo Tolstoy's War and Peace is one of the most beloved works of literature and largely considered the author's best work, closely followed by Anna Karenina.
Whether you're a true romantic at heart or the world's biggest cynic, there are those truly romantic lines in fiction and poetry that we can't help but smile at every now and then as we sift through the pages of a good read.
We are all fans of a fun fact. Humans are curious creatures, always on the hunt for new information that will benefit us or inspire us in some way, and a solid fact never goes unappreciated.
In the age of 140 characters or less, there is still something to be said for reading a novel that is truly, deeply, maddeningly long.