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|#275 - My anus is braces for red thumbs for this, so here goes....can… [+] (5 new replies)||12/13/2012 on The Hobbit||0|
#346 - ljxjlos (12/13/2012) [-]
Not only the LotR - Triology, but also the Hobbit, the Silmarillion and (especially) the Children of Hurín are some of the most fantastic Books ever. I read very, very much, but no other Author shows the same Ability to make you forget everything else but the Books. You read the Book and once you´re 10 Minutes into it, you don´t feel like reading anymore, you´re completely in the world he describes. The Books have amazing Characters, more Epicness then you can imagine and what is probably the most interesting thing: They share a World that Tolkien did plan out to the smallest Detail. The Silmarillion kinda is like the Bible (not in a bed sense, though), describing the Creation and the Gods of Arda (The World), the Creation of the living Beings and the Way they behave in the First Time-age of the World, with a large Scale War, a Dark God, massive Armies, everything you need for an epic outcome. The Stories got Romance, they got sadness, partially even humor, everything. I don´t think everyone will love them as much as I did (I even cried when I read the last one of Tolkiens books, because of the End and because of the fact that there will never be another Book that´s that good. And I normally never shed a Tear.
TL;DR1: I can´t promise you that you´ll really love it, cause not everybody has my Taste in Books, but I promise you, you won´t regret reading it.
TL;DR2: Epicness. Massive Amounts of Epicness. That´s what the Books have.
#287 - putridgrim (12/13/2012) [-]
Its a classic set of books thats actually good. Ive read To Kill a Mockingbird(a "classic"), and that shits horrible. But its just a powerful story about good thwarting evil against all odds in a very well designed setting. Ive read most of the Hobbit and I find it to be somewhat boring, but it is Tolkien's first book, so its expected. LOTR is just a good display of character development, genuine setting, etc.
TL;DR_ Orcs and shit bro.
#283 - americanplague (12/13/2012) [-]
I don't know why you have red thumbs, but it's a pretty in depth story, hopefully someone else answers you, as I'm not that crazy about it, but I do enjoy it. The books are obviously better, but I feel the whole concept is what made it so popular, to me anyways
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