How Many Books Do You Expect To Read?

Life is too short to suffer through a book you just don’t like. For proof of that, Literary Hub has done some (slightly morbid) calculations regarding how many books you’ll be able to squeeze in during your remaining years on Earth.

The table below breaks down the number of books you’ll have time for if you maintain your current reading habits. Twenty-five-year-old women, for example, have 61 years left to live according to the Social Security Life Expectancy Calculator. Assuming they live that long, average readers in that group have 732 more books to read in their lifetimes. “Average” in this case means people who read 12 books per year. Lit Hub also crunched the numbers for voracious readers (50 books per year) and super readers (80 books per year). After pinpointing your maximum capacity, you may want to edit down your reading list to only include books you’re genuinely excited about.

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25 and female (61 years left)

Average reader: 732

Voracious reader: 3050

Super reader: 4880

25 and male (57 years left)

Average reader: 684

Voracious reader: 2850

Super reader: 4560

30 and female (56 years left)

Average reader: 672

Voracious reader: 2800

Super reader: 4480

30 and male (52 years left)

Average reader: 624

Voracious reader: 2600

Super reader: 4160

35 and female (51 years left)

Average reader: 612

Voracious reader: 2550

Super reader: 4080

35 and male (47 years left)

Average reader: 564

Voracious reader: 2350

Super reader: 3670

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