The sixteenth volume of The Blah Story by Nigel Tomm was published in 2008. Now, close your eyes and imagine 2.4 million words sentence. Yeah… Yeah!!! Oh yeah, it must be hard… Despite the limitations of our imagination, this is the first of four volumes where blooms the world’s longest sentence (read more).
Book statistics: The Blah Story, Volume 16 contains 806,965 words; 3,934,397 characters (with spaces); 812 pages.
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The cover of The Blah Story, Volume 16.
The back cover of The Blah Story, Volume 16.
Here’s an excerpt (the first page of The Blah Story, Volume 16):
As no one was blah any blah to blah, and no one blah needed blah, blah quietly blah blah away into the little blah where the blah were, and again blah a great blah of blah when blah saw the blah, the little old blah pressed blah to blah something, and blah agreed; after blah a blah with blah and talking to the blah of their blah, blah, not blah to blah back to the blah, where it blah all so blah to blah, proceeded to blah through the blah, the blah were blah of blah blah blah, blah over the blah and blah not to blah a blah word of what blah being said blah with the blah were blah and blah smart blah, high blah in blah, and blah; everywhere blah were blah of the blah, and of how blah the blah was, and how blah the blah had been, in one blah blah heard blah sister’s blah in the blah they blah upon a blah the blah and no longer blah that the blah could see blah tear blah and blah face, that blah looked like blah from some blah, they blah on with blah steps, blah that they must blah out and blah up blah, must be blah together, and so get blah of the misery blah were both blah, blah, blah was amazed both at blah, who, by blah his blah, blah upon the blah the blah of blah of which she blah no blah, and at the blah for blah the blah so blah but blah promised his blah to give the blah exactly as she blah and blah went blah, not in blah own blah, but by the blah, and so blah little blah in it, and often blah the blah of the blah, so blah had blah today, blah, who was by now at a blah blah, had to blah over the blah of the blah in the blah blah, blah, blah had blah with her blah in blah before, blah made it a blah on blah to the blah to blah over with blah, at blah once a blah, the most difficult blah of blah and blah, blah had blah to blah her blah, but the blah, having once blah blah, and blah that it was not blah exactly as the blah in blah had blah it, said blah, though with much blah and blah not to blah blah, that blah must keep blah to the blah as the blah had blah, and that blah, blah, had better blah it again blah…
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