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The Fellowship Of The Ring PDF-The first volume in J.R.R. Tolkien’s epic adventure THE LORD OF THE RINGS One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them, One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them

In ancient times the Rings of Power were crafted by the Elven-smiths, and Sauron, the Dark Lord, forged the One Ring, filling it with his own power so that he could rule all others. But the One Ring was taken from him, and though he sought it throughout Middle-earth, it remained lost to him. After many ages it fell into the hands of Bilbo Baggins, as told in The Hobbit. In a sleepy village in the Shire, young Frodo Baggins finds himself faced with an immense task, as his elderly cousin Bilbo entrusts the Ring to his care. Frodo must leave his home and make a perilous journey across Middle-earth to the Cracks of Doom, there to destroy the Ring and foil the Dark Lord in his evil purpose.-The Fellowship Of The Ring PDF

“A unique, wholly realized other world, evoked from deep in the well of Time, massively detailed, absorbingly entertaining, profound in meaning.” – New York Times

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J.R.R. Tolkien was born on 3rd January 1892. After serving in the First World War, he became best known for The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, selling 150 million copies in more than 40 languages worldwide. Awarded the CBE and an honorary Doctorate of Letters from Oxford University, he died in 1973 at the age of 81.

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  • Identification Number ‏ : ‎ B007978NPG
  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Mariner Books; Illustrated edition (February 15, 2012)
  • Publication date ‏ : ‎ February 15, 2012
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • File size ‏ : ‎ 10515 KB
  • Text-to-Speech ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader ‏ : ‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Word Wise ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Print length ‏ : ‎ 432 pages
  • Page numbers source International Standard Book Number ‏ : ‎ 0008376123
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Nat Whilk “An unfortunate consequence of the success of The Lord of the Rings has been that frequent resetting has engendered errors by the hundred. In some copies, the ring verse has lost its last line; in others, The Council of Elrond its last two sentences. The chief virtue of this 50th Anniversary Edition of The Fellowship of the Ring (International Standard Book Number 9780007203543) is that its text, prepared by some of the most eminent Tolkienologists on Arda, is undoubtedly the most accurate ever published.

Based on Tolkien’s own second edition, the book omits his 1954 Foreword, which he himself came to regret as misconceived, but includes his revised Foreword of 1966 and his 1966 Prologue. We’re also given a seven page Note on the Text by Douglas A. Anderson, as well as a four page Note on the 50th Anniversary Edition by Wayne G. Hammond and Christina Scull.

Tolkien would probably chuckle if he knew that two of his frustrated wishes for his book have finally been granted half a century after he proposed them. The tengwar ring inscription has at last been printed in fiery red instead of black; and a tipped in, fold-out plate reproduces his laboriously crafted, battle-distressed pages from the Book of Mazarbul, already well known to fans from their appearance in a Tolkien calendar and then in Pictures by J. R. R. Tolkien. The inscription on the Door of Moria, by contrast, remains in its familiar black on white, a retreat from the arguably more fitting white on black alternative ventured in the large format hardcover edition featuring paintings by Alan Lee. The only other illustrations are Christopher Tolkien’s canonical red and black maps of part of the Shire and of the west of Middle-earth, the latter in its much improved, Unfinished Tales version but now reduced to only about a quarter of its original area. Readers with eyes as keen as Gwaihir’s may regret that lines that were once firm and true are now pixelatedly fuzzy; those who would prefer a larger map should seek out the poster-sized version redone by John Howe ( The Maps of Tolkien’s Middle-earth: Special Edition ).

The design of the text is very similar to that of the second edition, the only obvious difference being that the PostScript Monotype Plantin font is slightly smaller than the Imprint font of yore. The traditional tengwar and runes still adorn the title page, now accompanied by a JRRT monogram. L.E.G.O., Harper Collins’s Italian printer, has printed the text crisply on a smooth, cream-coloured paper much like that often used by Everyman’s Library, a touch less opaque than would be ideal but not to the point of being objectionable.

The book is signature bound with a black and yellow headband, and comes in a robust black cover with elegant gilt lettering. It lies nicely flat when opened. The dust jacket, matt and reminiscent of parchment but with a tough plastic lining, allows us to enjoy a motif painted by Tolkien himself, in which Sauron’s Eye stares at us through the Ruling Ring and its tengwar, while Vilya, Nenya and Narya jointly confront his malevolence. The jacket’s English lettering is printed in a striking copper foil, which lamplight kindles to a gleam that’s rather beautiful.

This admirable, almost perfect edition of Tolkien’s masterpiece probably comes closer than any other to bringing us his book in the form that he desired. Warmly recommended.”

Daniel Mildren “I’ve read Tolkien’s legendarium many times over the course of my life, ever since my nana first stokes the fire of my love for it reading to me before bed.
I was a solitary young man, escaping schoolyard bullies with fantasy worlds, raised by my grandparents. They both worked and in their stead I was often raised by heroes.
This is one of many formative works for me. I know that the linguistically charged fantasy narrative isnt for everyone, I know some people can wholly enjoy the world without enjoying the written word of it, and I know middle earth is chief in the hearts of so many who may never read the books, but these books are a core of me.

In it so many things happen I didnt understand the depth of before: farmer maggot and Tom Bombadil both helping, a good samaritan and a force of nature respectively, fear of the unknown, the road ever changing you. I didn’t understand as a child just how much of Tolkien’s own wartime shellshock made it in Middle Earth, greatness falling and the enemy seeming infinite, but I think I do now.

This is a book about a journey, a long, transformative journey that there will never be a full return from. This journey marks both the reader and the characters, leaving them changed: for me it was for the better, for the fellowship it may just be irrevocable bit neutral change, both bad and good coming of it.

This is already lengthy but I’ll say this much, if you’ve not read lord of the rings give it a try, it really is worth it.”

A. Pickett “So, I finally decided to read this book. I love the movie, and I love the story and fantasy and science fiction as a whole… But Tolkien’s writing is not my cup of tea. He is a brilliant linguist, and the story and world he has come up with in this book is amazing, but his writing is not engaging at all. He will spend pages and pages discussing the landscape and geography, or the minute details of a character that is only present for a few moments in the story… But then gloss over major events in the story in a couple of sentences. He’ll write for a long time about songs being sung (sometimes in his made up languages), but barely develop some of the main characters.

There are things I thought the movie didn’t do justice, of course… But overall, the movie was so much more entertaining and well-written than the book.

I’m really only giving it even 2 stars because I had the movie to frame the story before reading it. Without that, I feel I would have lost interest very early in in this book.

Again…I don’t want to take away from the brilliance of Tolkien himself and the world he created… He just couldn’t convey it in an engaging way to me.”

Tim Volkov “Read this book for the first time ever in its original language and form (the foreword states it’s the go-to edition) and I was disappointed exactly zero times. You see, even Martin can (and does) get tedious every now and then. Not Tolkien. Carefully crafted writing, vivid imagery, relatable characters. Yes, they aren’t that multilayered as those in the ASOIAF, but they sure ain’t as black and white either, as some would make you believe. Take Gollum, Boromir, even Bilbo, for instance. We see their internal struggle many a time.
The pacing is spot on and you hardly want to skim through anything, because every detail counts and ultimately adds to an exquisite bigger picture.
I loved every single description of the nature: every sunset and sunrise, every gray morning and starry night, every moor and craggy peak. They are presented in such a way as to help you see them with your own heart
I can’t wait to read on, to you have a look at The Two Towers and The Return Of The King afterwards, because this is where the power of the English language, the notion of doing the right thing, the turf war on the global scale are at their best and simply unrivalled.
I wish the movies – however great they are and however good Peter Jackson as a director is – did the books justice and let’s hope we’ll live to see that day when there is a movie or a series (even better) worthy of the master’s writing and vision.
For now though, I’ll contend myself with coming back to this masterpiece, telling about it to anyone who’d listen and reading it aloud to my kids and having the faintest hope… of seeing the lady Galadriel in real life one day.”

Luck “This book (well this and it’s two original companions) pioneered fantasy and are the reason that elves, dwarves, long journeys and so much more are tropes of modern fantasy and have just become part of fantastical world’s without explanation. In the 500 pages (only 1/3 of the full journey) this book explored such a variety of people, cultures and lands that it felt like a book of many smaller stories. Truly something special.

However, as mentioned, this book isn’t perfect. At times the pacing can be very slow, there’s also a LOT of text that is purely long text of the travelling they’re doing and the land around them. If the land were fantastical and there were much to see during all of these, it would make sense, but often it is simply written to emphasise the length of their journey. As a result, it can drag and can sometimes take a little rereading.

However I cannot knock this book down for that as it is part of what gives the book its feel. It is supposed to feel like a long journey for naive hobbits travelling much much further than they ever have before and seeing many characters, creatures and cultures they never knew even existed. Can’t wait to read the second…but may have a couple days off to build up the concentration levels again.”

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