A prominent problem that I've thought about quite often was one that didn't have a black or white answer to. Chapter length. In a manuscript a friend brought to my attention, it held fairly astounding characters, both dynamic and easy to relate to, as well as a fascinating plot. Some of the good things of actual writing, no? The problem I noticed with this MS was the actual length of the chapters. Most only stood to be four or five pages long. I myself am not published, but I do have the common sense to understand one page typed on the computer will pan out as it's condensed into book length. And that is their goal, to publish the MS into novel form. The paragraph length seems fine. Action scenes are short and quick - to the point. The more passive scenes are laid back, giving you the information as it comes along. Yet no matter the place in the book, the pages end at roughly the same area. So my question to the community: Is it wrong to have these chapters end at relatively the same place, length wise? Or let it pass, considering the chapter told what it had to say, and no more.