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the hobbit is cool i like gandalf
I am so glad that they posted this!
I'm new too! I was wandering the same thing? I can't even upload a picture on here.
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Thank you very much for the tip. I will have to take it.:)
Lady Luck commented:
I remember reading it before LOTR and still like it much better. For me, it's a more accessible story.
if you like tolkien you should try c.s.lewis' chronicles of narnia or terry brooks' shannara series or terry goodkind's sword of truth books
hi jazmin the hobbit was a very cute story of adventure that I would recommend it to be read befor LOTR books, even though it doesnt matter if u dont. It just ties in nicley with things that are said or events that happen in LOTR books that make u go oww! thats why that happened!
hi hellraiser ive already read the first four books in the chronicles of narnia series they are pretty good, so im thinking of getting the last three read after the LOTRs are done!
The LOTR movies are amazing - if they weren't made I probably would never have read the books.
Amy-Laura that's like me with the Jurassic Park series, so I guess some movie adaptations can work.
I have all the LOTR films...... My dad loves them even as he would with a lot action and war stuff.
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