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39 Mind Blowing One Sit Books

39 Mind Blowing One Sit Books

Readers come in varying degrees of attention span, enthusiasm, interests and reading time. We’ll admit that some books out there are just simply too lengthy to be completed in days, even weeks, depending on our daily schedules. The question of “how fast can I finish reading this book” has been perhaps a crucial question especially to those who’re just starting out reading or if you just want to get back into it after a long hiatus.

Hence why we created this post. We’ve listed down 39 of the most popular and highly recommended books that you can read in one sitting. That still depends on a lot of factors, but it’s definitely and highly doable. This list has been curated from a Reddit’s post here and we encourage you to share your thoughts on this if you know other books which we’ve missed out.

Happy reading!

Looking for one-sit books to read?

Not all of the titles listed down below are free. Browse through them, find one that fancies you and start reading.

Of Mice and Men (112 pages) by John Steinbeck
The Old Man and the Sea (132 pages) by Ernest Hemingway
Tuesdays with morrie (224 pages) by Mitch Albom
Slaughter House 5 (215 pages) by Kurt Vonnegut
Ubik (288 pages) by Philip K Dick
I Am Legend (160 pages) by Richard Matheson
A Moveable Feast (181 pages) by Ernest Hemingway
The Alchemist (197 pages) by Paulo Coelho
The Stranger (123 pages) by Albert Camus
Animal Farm (122 pages) by George Orwell
The Pearl (96 pages) by John Steinbeck
All My Friends are Superheroes (120 pages) by Andrew Kaufman
Silk (91 pages) by Alessandro Baricco
The Sense of an Ending (150 pages) by Julian Barnes
Wide Sargasso Sea (171 pages) by Jean Rhys
The Lieutenant of Inishmore (80 pages) by Martin McDonagh
The Little Prince (83 pages) by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
Starship Troopers (263 pages) by Robert A. Heinlein
Milkweed (208 pages) by Jerry Spinelli
War of the Worlds (256 pages) by H.G. Wells
Heart of Darkness (188 pages) by Joseph Conrad
Childhood's End (214 pages) by Arthur C. Clarke
The Picture of Dorian Gray (254 pages) by Oscar Wilde
The Call of the Wild (231 pages) by Jack London
Three Men in a Boat (184 pages) by Jerome K. Jerome
Wolf In White Van (224 pages) by John Darniell
Waiting for Godot (109 pages) by Samuel Beckett
CivilWarLand in Bad Decline (192 pages) by George Saunders
Anthem (105 pages) by Ayn Rand
Jonathan Livingston Seagull (112 pages) by Richard Bach
Siddhartha (160 pages) by Hermann Hesse
In Watermelon Sugar (144 pages) by Richard Brautigan
The Art of Racing in the Rain (321 pages) by Garth Stein
Ishmael (266 pages) by Daniel Quinn
The Buddha in the Attic (129 pages) by Julia Otsuka
The Strange Library (96 pages) by Haruki Murakami
Endurance: Shackleton's Incredible Voyage (288 pages) by Alfred Lansing
The Invention of Morel (103 pages) by Adolfo Bioy Casares
Norwegian Wood (296 pages) by Haruki Murakami
  1. Of Mice and Men (112 pages) by John Steinbeck
  2. The Old Man and the Sea (132 pages) by Ernest Hemingway
  3. Tuesdays With Morrie (224 pages) by Mitch Albom
  4. Slaughter House 5 (215 pages) by Kurt Vonnegut
  5. Ubik (288 pages) by Philip K Dick
  6. I Am Legend (160 pages) by Richard Matheson
  7. A Moveable Feast (181 pages) by Ernest Hemingway
  8. The Alchemist (197 pages) by Paulo Coelho
  9. The Stranger (123 pages) by Albert Camus
  10. Animal Farm (122 pages) by George Orwell
  11. The Pearl (96 pages) by John Steinbeck
  12. All My Friends are Superheroes (120 pages) by Andrew Kaufman
  13. Silk (91 pages) by Alessandro Baricco
  14. The Sense of an Ending (150 pages) by Julian Barnes
  15. Wide Sargasso Sea (171 pages) by Jean Rhys
  16. The Lieutenant of Inishmore (80 pages) by Martin McDonagh
  17. The Little Prince (83 pages) by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
  18. Starship Troopers (263 pages) by Robert A. Heinlein
  19. Milkweed (208 pages) by Jerry Spinelli
  20. War of the Worlds (256 pages) by H.G. Wells
  21. Heart of Darkness (188 pages) by Joseph Conrad
  22. Childhood’s End (214 pages) by Arthur C. Clarke
  23. The Picture of Dorian Gray (254 pages) by Oscar Wilde
  24. The Call of the Wild (231 pages) by Jack London
  25. Three Men in a Boat (184 pages) by Jerome K. Jerome
  26. Wolf In White Van (224 pages) by John Darniell
  27. Waiting for Godot (109 pages) by Samuel Beckett
  28. CivilWarLand in Bad Decline (192 pages) by George Saunders
  29. Anthem (105 pages) by Ayn Rand
  30. Jonathan Livingston Seagull (112 pages) by Richard Bach
  31. Siddhartha (160 pages) by Hermann Hesse
  32. In Watermelon Sugar (144 pages) by Richard Brautigan
  33. The Art of Racing in the Rain (321 pages) by Garth Stein
  34. Ishmael (266 pages) by Daniel Quinn
  35. The Buddha in the Attic (129 pages) by Julia Otsuka
  36. The Strange Library (96 pages) by Haruki Murakami
  37. Endurance: Shackleton’s Incredible Voyage (288 pages) by Alfred Lansing
  38. The Invention of Morel (103 pages) by Adolfo Bioy Casares
  39. Norwegian Wood (296 pages) by Haruki Murakami

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