32 Books under 250 pages to Read in One Sitting

If you’re looking for a book you can read in one sitting (Read Harder, I’m looking at you) or just a smaller book you won’t spend all week reading, check out these books that all clock in under 250 pages! There are some new releases, childhood favorite, classics, and short story collections, enough to keep you occupied for quite some time.

Obviously I’m a huge fan of The Westing Game and The Great Gatsby, but I’m also really looking forward to read Heads of the Colored People and Living Dead Girl soon!

What is your favorite book under 250 pages or that you’ve read in one sitting? 

Heads of the Colored People–224 pages 

Exit West–240 pages

Living Dead Girl–176 pages

Sisters–176 pages

The Graybar Hotel–225 pages

Abe & Fido–176 pages

Bring Out the Dogs–177 pages

A Wrinkle in Time–228 pages

Tuesdays with Morrie–218 pages

The Giver–204 pages

The Great Gatsby–184 pages

The Outsiders–220 pages

Vinegar Girl–242 pages

The Tales of Beedle the Bard–128 pages

Very Good Lives–80 pages

Perks of Being a Wallflower–225 pages

Catcher in the Rye–240 pages

Of Mice and Men–73 pages

The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner–185 pages

New Boy–204 pages

The Lathe of Heaven–192 pages

Breakfast at Tiffany’s–194 pages

The Pearl-122 pages

Fight Club–224 pages

The Awakening–234 pages

The Good Earth–225 pages 

The Westing Game–204 pages

Situation Maid–173 pages

All the Dirty Parts–140 pages 

Holidays on Ice–134 pages

Disgrace–221 pages

A Wild Swan–144 pages

One Comment Add yours

  1. “Every Heart a Doorway” by Seanan McGuire (174 pages) is one I read recently. Can’t say it was my favorite but loved the concept!

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