INFOGRAPHIC: 15 Books with More Characters than You Can Keep Track Of! Electric Literature February 16, 2016 Books 7 Comments Ever read a book with so many characters you can’t even remember who anyone is? You aren’t alone! This infographic from Lovereading.co.uk takes a look at 15 books so overloaded with characters you need a second book just to keep track of them: 7 Responses Steve February 17, 2016 Edward Rutherfords books are packed with major and minor characters. I’ve read Paris and New York. Both have fictitious and historical figures that interrelate with each other within appropriate contexts. As I get older I appreciate a character list in the front for referral. Reply Falvey Memorial Library: Villanova University :: The 8:30 | Things to Know Before You Go (2/22) | February 22, 2016 […] characters that you can’t even try to keep up? You’re not alone. Check out this cool infographic. These fifteen books have several hundreds of characters – and some of the featured series […] Reply The Best Literary Links I’ve Come Across This Week (Round 2) | The 100 Greatest Books Challenge February 24, 2016 […] INFOGRAPHIC: 15 Books with More Characters Than You Can Keep Track Of! (Electric Literature) […] Reply Lagniappe | Book Notes Plus February 26, 2016 […] How many named characters are there in To Kill a Mockingbird? Game of Thrones? Bleak House? And what well-known book has the most named characters of all? You’ll find the answers to those questions and more here. […] Reply Tipsday: Writerly Goodness found on the interwebz, Feb 21-27, 2016 | Writerly Goodness March 1, 2016 […] Lit shares an infographic analyzing the 15 most populated novels. Guess what? A Song of Fire and Ice isn’t the worst offender […] Reply 10 things I saw on the internet this week – midweek edition | Order No Rainbows General March 3, 2016 […] 10 And finally, this infographic showing 15 books with more characters than you can keep track of.Via Electric Lit. […] Reply Walter Snyder April 19, 2016 Depending upon how you divide LOTR, its character count stacks up with any of these. The full Tolkien canon including Hobbit and Silmarillion includes more than 950 distinct characters from various races. All of these pale before the Bible. Excluding the Apocrypha, you’re looking at 3200+ distinct individuals. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.