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30th Mar '16 10:42:29 AM Ekra_Fleetfoot
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* Christopher Paolini's {{Inheritance Cycle}} definitely qualifies. Originally called a trilogy, the third book was split in two when it achieved {{Doorstopper}} status.

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* Christopher Paolini's {{Inheritance Cycle}} Literature/InheritanceCycle definitely qualifies. Originally called a trilogy, the third book was split in two when it achieved {{Doorstopper}} status.
30th Mar '16 10:34:27 AM Ekra_Fleetfoot
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* Christopher Paolini's {{Inheritance Cycle}} definitely qualifies. Originally called a trilogy, the third book was split in two when it achieved {{Doorstopper}} status.
13th Mar '14 7:39:52 PM Gideoncrawle
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* The Mardrus & Mathers translation of ''[[Literature/ArabianNights The Book of the Thousand Nights and One Night]]'' was published in four volumes, totaling [[{{Doorstopper}} over 2300 pages]].
17th Jan '14 2:01:40 PM LongLiveHumour
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* ''TheWheelOfTime''

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* ''TheWheelOfTime''''Literature/TheWheelOfTime''



* Compulsive writer IsaacAsimov achieved this with his ''autobiography''. His publisher reformatted the manuscript into two volumes without batting an eyelid (not surprising, considering how much they had already made on his countless other books).

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* Compulsive writer IsaacAsimov Creator/IsaacAsimov achieved this with his ''autobiography''. His publisher reformatted the manuscript into two volumes without batting an eyelid (not surprising, considering how much they had already made on his countless other books).
23rd Dec '13 1:27:31 PM Gludd20
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* ''Literature/In Search of Lost Time'', the longest novel ever, was released in seven volumes between 1913 and 1927.

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* ''Literature/In Creator/Marcel Proust's masterpiece''In Search of Lost Time'', the longest novel ever, was released in seven volumes between 1913 and 1927.
23rd Dec '13 1:26:07 PM Gludd20
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* ''Literature/In Search of Lost Time'', the longest novel ever, was released in seven volumes between 1913 and 1927.
31st Jul '13 3:20:01 PM DaNuke
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* The Spanish release of {{Doorstopper}} ''{{Cryptonomicon}}'' was split into three volumes titled after the three encryption algorithms covered in the series: ''El Código Enigma'', ''El Código Pontifex'' and ''El Código Aretusa''.
15th Jun '13 12:00:16 AM StKildaFan
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* The {{Thursday Next}} series by Jasper Fforde. Seven books and counting.
5th May '13 10:33:01 PM nombretomado
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** His ''[[TheDarkTower Dark Tower]]'' series might also qualify.

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** His ''[[TheDarkTower ''[[Franchise/TheDarkTower Dark Tower]]'' series might also qualify.
4th Apr '13 1:35:59 PM LongLiveHumour
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** ''OliverTwist''

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** ''OliverTwist''''Literature/OliverTwist''
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