Louise de la Valliere

Reading Level
13 years and up
Time to Read
14 hrs 19 mins

Reading Level

What is the Lexile Measure of Louise de la Valliere?

A popular method used by schools to measure a student reader’s ability is Lexile level or a Lexile Measure. The Lexile Level of Louise de la Valliere is 1240L .

What age is Louise de la Valliere suitable for ?

Readers of age 13 years and up will enjoy Louise de la Valliere.

Reading Time

14 hrs 19 mins

How long to read Louise de la Valliere?

The estimated word count of Louise de la Valliere is 214,675 words.

A person reading at the average speed of 250 words/min, will finish the book in 14 hrs 19 mins. At a slower speed of 150 words/min, they will finish it in 23 hrs 52 mins. At a faster speed of 450 words/min, they will finish it in 7 hrs 58 mins.

Louise de la Valliere - 214,675 words
Reading Speed Time to Read
Slow 150 words/min 23 hrs 52 mins
Average 250 words/min 14 hrs 19 mins
Fast 450 words/min 7 hrs 58 mins

More about Louise de la Valliere

214,675 words

Word Count

for Louise de la Valliere

458 pages

Hardcover: 458 pages
Paperback: 768 pages
Kindle: 398 pages

23 hours and 5 minutes

Audiobook length


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