You should know, dogged reader, that it's your fault the novel crushing your chest contains 985 pages and weighs as much as a prize rutabaga. You asked for it, whether you know it or not. You bought millions of copies of the author's last book,
World Without End (1,024 pages). Readers must want more of the same, he thought, and who could blame him?
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