The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring - J.R.R. Tolkien Reviews
Description:ISBN 0007269706 / Author: J.R.R. Tolkien / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy
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Customer The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring - J.R.R. Tolkien Reviews (6)
by - written on 17/10/10 (Very useful, 43 readings)
The fellowship of the ring is the first installement of J.R.R Tolkiens epic journey in which a Hobbit journeys across middle earth to destroy a powerful ring, which is seeked by evil forces who are slowly waging a war on the inhabitants of the world. Along the way meeting many mythical people and beings, as well as facing many challenges and losses alongside his freinds. Published in 1954, this book is set 60 years after The Hobbit and is made up of a prolouge (Concerning Hobbits, written by Bilbo Baggins) and book 1 and 2. The story was split into 3 main books when Tolkien origionally wanted it published due to the cost of paper after the war, the 2 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/02/11 (Very useful, 59 readings)
The Fellowship of the Ring is the first volume of JRR Tolkien's epic story 'The Lord of the Rings'. Its one of the most popular and famous books of the twentieth century and inspired the incredibly popular recent trilogy of films. Its important to mention that LOTR is a sequel of sorts, to The Hobbit, a much shorter and more child friendly book about a hobbit called Bilbo Baggins who goes on an adventure with some dwarves and a wizard, fights a dragon and on the journey finds a magical ring that turns its wearer invisible. This ring is the starting point for the classic story that followed! In Fellowship, we catch up with Bilbo, now 111 years ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/08/10, updated on 04/08/10 (Very useful, 44 readings)
This is the first instalment of the famous trilogy documenting the attempt to destroy the renowned evil ring. Plot: Prologue- about hobbits for those who haven't read 'The Hobbit' (aka There and Back Again) and the Shire. Book One 'The Return of the Shadow'- Starts with Bilbo and Frodo celebrating their joint birthday, then Bilbo disappearing. Bilbo leaves everything to Frodo, including a ring (after much persuasion of Gandalf's part). Gandalf the wizard warns Frodo to keep the ring safe. The book then jumps to almost twenty years later. Gandalf returns to Frodo and finally explains some of the ring's darker power which Bilbo ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/12/08 (Very useful, 30 readings)
The Lord of the Rings is a trilogy of books written by the author J.R Tolkien, which were later made into films. There is a related book, The Hobbit. The Fellowship of the Ring is the first book in the trilogy. I had been putting off reading it as I did not think that I would enjoy it, but I did. There are different versions of the book and in the one I read there was an introductory section that explains the habits of Hobbits. I found this to be extremely tedious. It was about 25 pages as I remember, and I did not enjoy it at all. Of course, the book is fictional, but I felt that too much emphasis was made by the author in trying to bring ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/05/03, updated on 19/05/03 (Very useful, 30 readings)
I like many people read this for the first time after seeing the first part of the LOTR film trilogy. In fact, I saw the film on New Years Eve, spent New Years being stupidly merry with friends, at one point drooling over the Elf-playing actor Orlando Bloom in the internet, squealing with delight that he took his top off in an episode of Midsumer Murders, then recovered from the hangover and insisted on trailing round town trying to find a shop that was a)open and b)had the book, that day. But enough of my insane personal life. Anyway, before the first LOTR film was released, a critic said something along the lines of "the human race can be ... Read the complete review
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