Okay, this is a first. Someone's review of Taking Ground is that it's 'too short it's a Novella'.
Now, a Novella is typically defined as 17.5K words to 39.999K words.
Taking Ground is just a bit shy of 100K words.
So depending on where on the scale you want to pick that means Taking Ground has somewhere between Five or Two and a half Novella's in it. Novels start at 40K words btw.
I can only blame the new math. Or maybe myself? Maybe I just write that well that people don't realize just how long the book really is?
Hmmm, maybe that was a compliment?