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Initial post: 28 Feb 2014 20:35:48 GMT
Piffle says:
Why is every book these days 400 pages plus? I assume it's some sort of marketing thing about people preferring this length, but I found most have run out of steam - or even high-speed broadband - appeal after, at most 300 pages.
Surely, you can say it - fiction or non-fiction - in 250 pages maximum for the general reader.
PS: Movies should be a maximum of 1 Hour 40 as well, for the same reasons.
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Let's Hear it for the Deaf Man by Ed McBain (Hardcover - 5 July 1973)
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