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Les misérables has 596690 ratings and 14387 reviews hippo dari hongkong said: one of the biggest book i've ever read, and i remembered mick foley's. In 1861, victor hugo signed with an upstart belgian house in a record-shattering deal—widely regarded as the publishing coup of all time. First of all i must say that this book is huge 1000 pages, relatively large, with small font, it must be one of the longest books i've ever read.Download