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   Ifyou want to read a truly great book, try The Return of the King. This is thefinal installment of the well-known trilogy, and my favorite. A fairly long readat 340 pages, it is worth the time investment and filled with drama, action,adventure and plenty of cliffhangers.

Two fearless hobbits, Frodo andSam, travel quietly through the evil land of Mordor, hoping to destroy a dark andpowerful ring. The only way the ring can be destroyed is to be hurled into thefiery depths of Mount Doom, located in the heart of Mordor. The two hobbits meetscary creatures, including orcs, ringwraiths and the treacherous Gollum.

The book consists of two parts, one explaining the adventures outsideMordor, and the other describing the adventures of Frodo and Sam.

J.R.R.Tolkien is a great author, and it really shows in this tale of deceitfulness,faith, courage and heart. I suggest you read The Lord of the Rings: The Return ofthe King. You will enjoy it!


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Jacob97 said...
Sept. 2, 2010 at 4:35 pm
Core4, You have great taste(and a good review;) I read the books in the 5th grade, they are quite wonderful!!! I think that most everyone that is interested SHOULD read it. Go TOLKIEN!!!
 
Lostinbooks This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine. said...
Sept. 7, 2009 at 11:33 pm
Nice review...covered a lot of the points I would want to get across. Oh and don't forget a very surprising climax!
 
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