When I first got into novels I could take reading longggg stories (I binged like three of Ye Fei Ye's 1000-chapter dog blood novels while they were free on Webnovel lmao) but now I'm really over it... I was going through my "to read" list and I'm just taking out the long webnovels now (pretty much based on an arbitrary judgement of "wow that's a big number" or "that seems reasonable"). I've found that I lose interest in them and I don't really see a need for stretching out things for so long either. Also, as a translation reader, it can take a long time before these long novels are completely translated (which is totally fair, because translation takes time). So, my questions are: Have you read any long novels that you enjoyed? What are they? Do you take the number of chapters into account before you start reading a novel? If you don't read long novels, why? What counts as "too long" for you? (Just curious if you think like me or if you have some other reasons lol.) What's your favorite food?