The seventeenth volume of The Blah Story by Nigel Tomm was published in 2008. The Blah Story, Volume 17 continues the longest sentence which was started in Volume 16 (read more). For now, the sentence occupies two 812-page The Blah Story volumes (16 and 17) and… there’s more behind…
Book statistics: The Blah Story, Volume 17 contains 797,253 words; 3,930,640 characters (with spaces); 812 pages.
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The cover of The Blah Story, Volume 17.
The back cover of The Blah Story, Volume 17.
Here’s an excerpt (the first page of The Blah Story, Volume 17):
(continues from the previous volume) the blah she sat blah on the blah, close by the blah, and blah opened the blah which the blah had blah blah her, and which blah had blah on the table while blah her blah, blah thought, that this blah blah the blah to all blah, and blah it, she began to blah at the blah at which it blah itself, blah after a blah she blah close to the blah and blah like one blah, a blah, the blah of which she had blah experienced for a long blah, took blah of her blah, as though, after long blah and blah, she blah at last blah and blah, she blah not sleep the whole blah as blah the blah with many who blah the blah for the blah time, she now, on blah it again, blah the full blah of blah which she blah known long ago, but which blah had blah blah before, like a blah that blah everything, so she blah everything that was blah, necessary and blah as the same blah occurred, there blah the same blah and blah but in this blah, between the blah, a blah of the blah, before blah a small blah blah was blah, and to the blah side of the blah stood the large blah, blah the blah were blah out on their blah, and in the same way they blah and blah themselves in a blah, blah of them blah in their blah, two of blah lifted blah and blah up, but the blah one blah blah out, and did blah even blah at the blah, blah, these latter blah were blah, the blah addressed them in the blah manner, and left five blah, blah one of the blah things had blah; either he blah fallen in blah with blah and did blah wish blah sacrifice, which blah so blah on blah, or blah was still in love with blah and blah blah for blah own good, blah all blah behind blah, and throwing blah fortunes in the same blah with those of blah, blah, blah understood it, and blah the blah looking blah, walking out to the blah and blah at blah pass in the blah of the blah, blah her blah shoulders, but blah the blah and invited the blah to blah as he first blah to the blah, and then to a blah on the blah hand and up the blah leading to the blah, offering them blah, he asked blah in what blah he could blah them, and blah from blah that she wished to see blah, he blah the blah for blah and blah himself…
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