The Hobbit – J.R.R.Tolkien

Bilbo Baggins is sitting comfortably outside his hobbit hole when Gandalf the Grey wizard passes by, looking for someone to share in an adventure he is planning to undertake. Although Bilbo thinks adventures are ‘Nasty disturbing uncomfortable things’, he is soon on his way to Lonely Mountain. Capture by goblins, encounters with all manner of creatures (including giant spiders) and the discovery of a magic ring are but few of the adventures – and perils – which lay in Bilbo’s path.

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3 Responses to “The Hobbit – J.R.R.Tolkien”

  1. Felicity Says:

    Personally, I very much enjoyed this book. Tolkien’s use of descriptive language is used to depict the scenes of The Hobbit. It is done extremely well and it is very easy to imagine everything from the Bilbo’s hobbit hole, to the hot, smouldering cave of the dragon Smaug, Tolkien has never failed to bring the words to life. Throughout the course of the book, there has never been a page I haven’t enjoyed. However, the most enjoyable part was right at the beginning, where they are talking about and introducing the scene, history and the characters. It has been such a joy to read this, and i’m sure those who love reading adventure style books, will enjoy this aswell.

  2. Harry Says:

    This book’s timeline is more complicated then the Zelda Timeline! Well Done!

  3. Jun Says:

    And this book is also very in-depth about the detail, plot and description. The Timeline is very deep, and I really liked it.

    I watched the movie first, so I didn’t expect much out of the book, but it is better!


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