Until this month, I've had a preconception about Christian fiction, namely the page count of your average mainstream CBA-approved book. When I would go through any lengthy-looking book, either in a library's Christian section or in a Christian store, I would be disappointed to find none longer than 500 pages.
As a reader of epic stuff, I really enjoy a longer-than-average book. I can enjoy a 3-400 page book well, but I love my stories long, full of sovereign mythos. Unless you go with an omnibus, you wouldn't find a book like that.
Jill Williamson will be releasing, on January 31st, a book through CBA giant Bethany House a book that is over 600 pages.
Finally! A decent reading challenge!