How much time you take to read a book with 500 pages?

@med889 (5958)
April 28, 2009 4:14am CST
I take usually 2 days to read such a book because I work so I do no get full time with thw book and what about you? How much time you take to read a book with 500 pages?
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@ElicBxn (60052)
• United States
30 Apr 09
I seldom have much time to sit down and just read a book. I honestly don't know if I could read a book that size in a couple of days, heck, I've taken many days to read one only a couple of hundred pages. Like I said, I don't have much time to just read.
@med889 (5958)
30 Apr 09
Then ElicBxn you should try one day and tell me.
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@ElicBxn (60052)
• United States
30 Apr 09
I'd have to be in pretty strange situation to have that time. like the computer being down and being sick or something
• Philippines
29 Apr 09
it usually takes me about an hour to finish a 180-page paperback when i find it very interesting. for the book of 500 pages, an interesting book would take me about 3 hours. if it's not interesting... i don't think i'd be able to finish it at all. i'll just return it to the deep end of the bookshelf where it belongs. :)
@med889 (5958)
30 Apr 09
Wow you read the book in 3 hours, you are so cool. Keep it up.
@lazeebee (5468)
• Malaysia
29 Apr 09
It depends on how interesting the book is. I remember there were a few books that were so exciting, that I just couldn't put them down to sleep, and end up finishing the book around 3-4 am in the morning - I have to wake up at 6am to rush for work. Other than that, it usually takes me about a week; I read about 1 hour each night before I sleep.
@med889 (5958)
30 Apr 09
I used to do that too just to finish the book or get to know what happens next I was so anxious to know all too quickly.;-)
@reploid (1239)
• France
28 Apr 09
I prefer not to answer this question. Last time I read a book it took me 5 months to completely read it. ;-)It was less than 500 pages. Some books can take me a lifetime to read.
@med889 (5958)
29 Apr 09
My boyfriend takes a lifetime to read a book less than 500 pages too. He is maybe afraid as the book will finish soon. Sometimes he does so with movies too. He never watch a whole movie at one time but instead he takes 3 to 7 days to finish the movie. Thats why I never lend him my books or movies, he takes too much time and I fear he will never return me or will get my books or movies lost.
@dodo19 (27729)
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
28 Apr 09
It really depends on how much time that I can spend on reading the book, and such. I don't think that I would be able to read that much in two days. But, if I read a lot of this book, then I think that I may be to read it in a week or so, or something to that effect.
@med889 (5958)
29 Apr 09
Great then I wish you happy reading with your next book ;-)
@sergedan (768)
• Romania
28 Apr 09
2 weeks on a holiday. Forever if I am working.
@med889 (5958)
29 Apr 09
Cool wish you a wonderful day!
@Ravenladyj (22992)
• United States
28 Apr 09
It would all depend on how good the book is....if its one that I'm really enjoying I could read it in a couple hours (assuming I had the time)..if its one that I'm not so in to it could take me months LOL
@med889 (5958)
29 Apr 09
Wow couple of hours? You are a master then, Maybe you read a lot. Enjoy your day!
• Philippines
28 Apr 09
It depends if I find the story interesting or not. With an interesting book, I can skip my eating period and my sleeping time just to finish it. Well, it can still take up to 2 days, though. :3
@med889 (5958)
29 Apr 09
I have done that before, i mean skipping my breakfast, lunch or dinner or even sleep to just complete my book.
• United States
28 Apr 09
It depends- I can read a book in a day, or it may take me a week- I am a fast reader though so even when I am super busy and can rarely read I can still finish in a week. I have to know what happens once I start a book- I have no patience....LOL
@med889 (5958)
29 Apr 09
Yeah me too I am so desperate to know what will happen that I cannot drop the book in the middle.