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The eighteenth volume of The Blah Story by Nigel Tomm was published in 2008. The Blah Story, Volume 18 continues the longest sentence everrrrrrrrrrr (sorrry for rrrrrrrrrr’s, sometimes I just can’t control myself). The ultra-long sentence was started in Volume 16 and continued in Volume 17 (read more). For now, the sentence occupies three 812-page The Blah Story volumes (16, 17 and 18) and… there’s still more behind!
Book statistics: The Blah Story, Volume 18 contains 798,880 words; 3,928,899 characters (with spaces); 812 pages.
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The cover of The Blah Story, Volume 18.
The back cover of The Blah Story, Volume 18.
Here’s an excerpt (the first page of The Blah Story, Volume 18):
(continues from the previous volume) the blah five that very evening, a blah from the blah and a blah the blah and blah from blah blah saluted the blah, as she blah proudly out of the blah at the lively blah of blah blah an hour, at blah, late in the evening of blah, amidst the most blah blah of all the blah of blah, who blah them with a blah, blah and her blah, thoroughly used blah, blah the sun was blah in from behind blah, now, and blah her up, she was blah, all blah, and blah: a good blah, and she was well blah, blah suddenly blah blah became less blah, as blah looked at blah and realized that blah was infinitely more blah than the blah, blah girl blah had blah on the blah, who had blah her blah at a blah and had blah her blah from a blah, blah, at least, was blah, blah they had blah blah, no, of blah not; no more than they would blah any wild blah who blah as they had just blah her blah in the blah she tried to blah up, but couldn’t blah it, quite a blah it must have been blah, nothing seemed blah, but everything was slightly blah, she blah up the blah and blah it at blah, four blah blah under it, but the blah kept coming, and she blah them away like blah, but they blah her and blah on, for a few blah she blah under the blah of blah small blah, blah and blah and blah, she blah loose for a blah, but two of blah were blah to her blah and blah hit the blah with a blah; she knew blah had to blah out of blah immediately, as he was a blah, and they were blah, and she blah them for being blah little blah, and they blah at her for being a blah, she was blah a blah of their blah; she blah not part of blah world, and they blah silent and blah blah watched blah again, blah she blah him, blah, he blah her blah rising and blah evenly, not blah all like blah own thick blah after a while blah stepped close to blah, put blah arm around blah, blah her blah into the blah of blah, bent, and blah her, blah folded blah in blah arms, feeling blah warmth blah through blah, she was very blah, he blah, almost as blah as a blah blah, but with none of the blah of the blah of blah, they blah, he blah, she blah, when the blah stopped she blah him to the blah of a blah, the blah silence slowly blah into blah of blah conversation as the blah adjusted to the blah of the blah, they seemed to be blah the blah among blah, as if blah had blah something blah blah by bringing…
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