The History of Middle-earth: The Return of the Shadow - J.R.R Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien Reviews
Description:ISBN 0261102249 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Christopher Tolkien / Edition: (Reissue) / Paperback / 512 Pages / Book is published ... more
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The Return of the Shadow is a book in the The History of the Middle Earth series which was released by Christopher Tolkien describing his father's thoughts, plans and desires for the world of Lord of the Rings. These books have been brought together by the scraps of script JRR left behind, letters to friends and old drafts send to the original publishers of the work. This book looks into the whys and where for's about the writing of the early chapters of Lord of the Rings. So here we are given the thought process of Tolkien as he took the characters from the Hobbit and set out to write a sequel. So here he starts with making the follow up solely on Bilbo from ... Read the complete review
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