This three-volume edition of J. R. R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings brings readers the magic and wonder of Middle-Earth with cover art that Tolkien himself designed. Revisit the world of Middle-Earth and journey once again with Frodo Baggins and the Fellowship as they try to destroy the Ring of Power, and thwart its master: the Lord of the Rings.
Summary of the Book
Tasked with the destruction of the One Ring to Rule Them All, Frodo Baggins and a company of 8 others journey towards a seemingly impossible goal. They must sneak into Mordor, walk into it, if need be, and toss the One Ring into the fires from whence it came. On their journey, they will face overwhelming odds, and readers are tossed head-first into the world that has fascinated tens of thousands of readers throughout the decades. This is the story of a Hobbit, and how he went there, and about whether he ever lives to get back again.
About J.R.R. Tolkien
John Ronald Reuel Tolkien was a best-selling English author. He is considered the father of the fantasy genre and is also known for The Silmarillion and Unfinished Tales of Numenor and Middle-Earth.
Professor Tolkien studied English Language and Literature at Exeter College, Oxford. He loved creating languages, and his work on Middle-Earth has since elevated to cult-status after the release of the Oscar Winning movie trilogy directed by Peter Jackson.