the lord of the rings book series

The Lord of the Rings

The Lord of The Rings Book Series is one of the greatest fantasy novels of all time by the English writer JRR Tolkein. It originally began as a sequel to the 1937 children’s tale The Hobbit. It was written in parts during the time of World War II. You can easily imagine how good this novel is because it is the second best-selling novel in history and has sold over 150 million copies worldwide.

Lord of The Rings Books story begins with the main exponent of history, Lord Sauron, who ruled over all the other rings of different powers and formed a ring with the power to rule the world. A beautiful Shire place, starting from the Land of the Hobbits, the story stretches northwest to Middle Earth and encompasses the help of interesting characters like Bilbo Baggins, Frodo Baggins, Sam, Meridock, Pippin, Boromir, Jimly, Legolas and the great magician. Gandalf, etc.

Gandalf – A great wizard who keeps the entire trilogy going. Gandalf first learned of Ring’s powers and dangers and kept Bilbo and Frodo from being invisible. Gandalf demonstrates remarkable courage and intelligence. His fight with Saruman in Moriya is one of the best parts of the novel. He also changed from gray to white wizard and surprised everyone. He is often fickle but concerned about the future of Middle-earth.

Bilbo: Frodo’s uncle, who first had the ring. Bilbo is a happy, fortunate and fickle pastime that spent his entire life in a poet. He never felt that his ring was a source of great power, although heavily influenced by it and he began to go crazy as he grew older.

Frodo: The main protagonist of the series. He is the ring bearer. A young fondant was chosen to have the ring to return to Mordor. He is always weak to the overwhelming temptation to offer the ring to his bear. When it comes to taking down the ring at Mount Doom, he refuses to do so and stands in the way of returning the ring. We feel sorry for him because in many scenes he has failed to emerge as a true hero. Although the ring is destroyed in the end, we cannot attribute it in any way.

Saruman: A wizard who was on Sauron’s side. He is an old friend of Gandalf, although later, coveted for power and fearing Sauron, he joins the Dark Army. He also tried to stop Gandalf from helping Ring’s fellowship. Through his powers, he creates endless Uruk-nai (demons) to cover Middle-earth with his terror.

The Lord of The Rings Book Series

Golam: Here comes the most entertaining character in the series. A miserable swamp to retrieve the crazy ring. Before getting the ring, he was an innocent fan named Smeagle, but impressed by the ring’s evil he turned into the hideous, slim, and creepy creature ‘Golam’. That could be an example of what would have happened if Frodo had kept the ring longer. The only motto is to give you back the ring by hook or by crook.

Sam: He is Frodo’s best friend. She takes care of Frodo through the story and helps him wear the ring. It is the best example of a loyal partner. He is a pure soul and always immune to the call of the ring. As Frodo continues to suffer from the greed of the ring, Sam is the one who supports him and keeps him on his feet against the brutal ride.

Aragorn: He is the rightful king of Gondor. He keeps his identity a secret from the beginning and remains a ranger. Emerge as a pure heart that supports the noble cause of destroying the ring to save Middle-earth. You don’t want to keep your ring and use its power to regain your throne. It also gives the story a romantic angle to his love affair with the elf princess Arwen. At the end of the novel, he was declared king of Gondar.

Legolas: a young elf who was part of the brotherhood of Ring. He has some notable skills with the bow and arrow. A very loyal and intelligent character who serves the purpose of the fellowship to the end.

Lord of The Rings Books

The Hobbit-1937Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Fellowship of the Ring-1954Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Two Towers-1954Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Return of the King-1955Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

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