I've just begun reading a Kindle edition of BELIEVING THE LIE by Elizabeth George and have noticed that it has 8,533 "locations", and I'm currently at 5%.
That makes it almost three times the length of the last book I read.
So I checked its page length on Amazon: 624 pages in the hardcover edition.
He actually appears quite early.
So how do you feel about giant tomes? What was the last really big book you read? Or do you avoid them altogether?
My last really big one was PHANTOM by Jo Nesbo, but at 450 pages that really wasn't so big.