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I read on the cardio machines and if the print is small it is a strain on the eyes.
I'll have to share this with DH. He thinks I'm crazy for reading while working out!
No, lengths of books do not deter me. I read my fair share of looong books, but not too many of them. The Outlander series contain very long books which I do space out, only bc if I read through them too quickly, I will have nothing to read. She takes 4+ yrs to release a new book.
ETA: Oh, I think of a 600+ page book to be a long book.
It depends on the book. If it is a long drawn out book with an unnecessary amount of character building and details that are irrelevant to the plot then 500+ pages is too long. However, some books are just so exciting that you wish there were more pages sometimes!
Most of what I read could probably be described as a "long book". The only time it bothers me is if it's long because the author gets a bit wordy, like taking two pages to describe what the sunset looks like or something. If it's chock full of content, the longer the better!