Lord of the rings – J.R.R. Tolkien

One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them,
One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them.

This amazing trilogy depicts a rich, imaginary world with civilizations of men, orcs, trolls, dwarfs, elves, and hobbits. Hobbit Frodo is on a quest to destroy the ring obtained by his Uncle Bilbo Baggins (‘The Hobbit’) and this takes him and his companions – including the mysterious Strider and grey wizard Gandalf – into the black and benighted world of Mordor. Full of quiet humor and high moral seriousness, these adventure novels have captivated generations.

Harper Collins

5 Responses to “Lord of the rings – J.R.R. Tolkien”

  1. Smurph Says:

    This was a good book 🙂

  2. Jason Says:

    This is a very interesting book. It has a very interesting story-line and is adventurous as the hobbits continue of their quest

    • Jason Says:

      There are many mystical beast and creatures and Tolkien has written this book very well as it doesn’t give too much away for the ending of this trilogy.

  3. Anna Says:

    This book was fantastic and interesting both at the same time. The way the characters developed throughout the story was fascinating to read about. The imaginary creatures really tied a whole scene together and made a very enjoyable book, although towards the end of the book it became rather predictable and repeated itself many times it was still a brilliant book, well worth my time. A stand out feature was the humour and mystery throughout the book, creating a warm , heart-warming book. The first book doesn’t give much away for the trilogy so after reading ‘The Fellowship of the ring’ I am really looking forward to continuing the series.

  4. Fin Says:

    The book is simply brilliant how it immerses the reader within the beauty of Middle Earth and the excitement of what is going on within Middle Earth.


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