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  • This book was so huge that Tolkien made three books for the whole story

    • by jaqson
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      Tolkien wrote the lord of the rings over a period of 20 years. His first book about middle earth was called The Hobbit. The Hobbit laid the foundations to the epic adventures in the Lord of the Rings.

      This book was so huge that Tolkien made three books for the whole story. The first instalment is called the Fellowship of the ring, the second two towers and the third return of the king.

      The Fellowship of the ring expands the story of the hobbits and of middle earth which was written

      about in great detail in The Hobbit. The main character is Bilbo Baggins nephew Frodo Baggins.

      Bilbo Baggins is the central character in The Hobbit. The plot of the story is the epic adventure to destroy the ring that Bilbo had found in The Hobbit which in The Lord of the rings had been passed down to Frodo.

      At the end of The Hobbits story Gandalf the wizard who had guided Bilbo through his adventure new little about the ring. By the beginning of the Fellowship of the Ring Gandalf has ...

      • learned more about the origins of the ring and now knows of its apparent danger.

        Together with three friends Frodo embarks on a journey to destroy the ring. As like before with Bilbo, Gandalf helps guide the Hobbits through their perils along the way.

        Tolkien describes in more detail about the elves of Middle Earth and they play more of a role in the story. The first book takes up in its entirety the journey to the elf region in Middle earth called Rivendell.

        The second instalment, The Two Towers delves

        more into the great battle which is to come in the last instalment, Return of the King. The Two Towers explains more about the division between the human, dwarf and elf beings and the trolls and orcs of Mordor.

        I great depths Tolkien explains the divisions between the two apposing factions and how all human, elf, dwarf and hobbit alike must join together and let bygones be bygones in order to defeat the dark enemies which will challenge them in the end. These books are a great read and will prove hard to put down.

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