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A rare recording featuring Tolkien himself reading exciting selections and singing enchanting songs from the awesome trilogy of books whose literary light will never fade away.

Author J. R. R. Tolkien

Pages 544

Publisher Ballantine Books

Published Date 1955

ISBN 0345339738 9780345339737

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sarah_brousseau shared a tip "I tend to gravitate to Stephen King and Ray Bradbury quite often"

mario_macarthur shared a tip "I also read the Children of Hurin by Tolkien as well, it was pretty good"

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jeremy_d_2762 shared a tip "What's your favourite part?"

sarah_dunagan shared a tip "It was my favorite in the series!"

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jacqueline_kastil shared a tip "Of course! Who doesn't love Tolkien?!"

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nancy_2271 shared a tip "Book. I love the movie, but the book was always my favorite of the trilogy."

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nathanael_burks shared a tip "Gimli became one of my favorites, and I loved the slowly changing interactions between him and Legolas."

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maria_iglesias shared a tip "Midnight Sun"

heather_francis shared a tip "Absolutely!!"

theamyrlin shared a tip "Absolutely! My favorite book of Tolkien’s is The Hobbit, but the LOTR trilogy is an amazing fantasy journey!"

kheny9_g shared a tip "Shadow of what was lost is up there!"

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holly_maharaj-van_e shared a tip "Dragons of Autumn Twilight is my all time favorite novel"

jeff_armstrong_8886 shared a tip "Yes, when Eowyn and Merry kill the Chief of the Nazgul! Yours?"

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jessi_gepson shared a tip "Absolutely! I will always recommend Lord of the Rings! If you do read, start with "The Fellowship of the Ring" or "The Hobbit""

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william_howard_1046 shared a tip "Who me? College textbooks. 😂"

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courtney_sanchez_2587 shared a tip "Depends on the genre… overall I’d probably say East of Eden by John Steinbeck"

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samuel_wadsworth shared a tip "Such a great ending for an amazing classic adventure!!"

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cassandra_brown_2560 shared a tip "Definitely, but its the last of the trilogy!"

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sierra_toole shared a tip "*Two Towers"

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chloe_kelley_4012 shared a tip "I absolutely LOVE the author. I very much admire J.R.R. Tolkien and all of works - especially The Hobbit."

robert_r_robinson shared a tip "Actually no favorite, really. Really prefer films now. Most text reading is non fiction now."

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ellie_roots shared a tip "Fab"

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zoe_przybylowicz shared a tip "Him himself"

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zoe_przybylowicz shared a tip "Bilbo"

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erin_uli shared a tip "The entire Lord of the Rings trilogy is a timesless classic and a must-read for anyone that enjoys fantasy epics."

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imistyish shared a tip "Every part cannot reccomend enough"

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emily_barlow_8678 shared a tip "Yes I do.. he is a bit over detailing and it is a bit of a slow burning type but yes I've enjoyed this author"

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minka_liano shared a tip "Yes, great book. I love Jodi Picoult. She’s an author that I’ve loved everything I’ve read of hers so far."

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sel_fowler shared a tip "Yes, he writes several classic"

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sarah_smith_9864 shared a tip "The Loyalty and bravery of Sam"

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wendy_mabrey shared a tip "It’s not Tolkien but I’m currently loving the lunar chronicle series as well as the Thief’s apprentice trilogy"

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trey_morgan shared a tip "Currently I reading The Annals of a Nameless Dwarf"

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jonathan_west shared a tip "Malice is good by John Gwynne, opening is a little slow but it's worth it imo"

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geeker shared a tip "Its a tie between aragon and gimli."

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