The Lord of the Rings: the Return of the King

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"One ring to rule them all, one ring to find them. One ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them."(8) Quite an interesting line for the trilogy of The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien. The trilogy of The Lord of the Rings is based in a struggle between good and evil, courage and friendship, not leaving the humanity behind. A world made by Tolkien, real enough to live not only in his mind, but also in ours. Middle Earth, a place ruled by elves, dwarves, and humans. A place where some creatures are not even noticed, which is best because they can keep their peace and innocence. A land of solitude and nostalgia, since the Rings of Power have been made, and Middle Earth is the key setting. The story takes place when everyone…show more content…
Frodo and Merry fight the evil brothers hand-to-hand and slay them at the very door of Bag-end. Merry takes up the Thainship, and at the end they all go West to the shores of the Sea, there to bid Gandalf farewell as he sails back across the Sea and into Heaven, for he was an Elven-king all along who was trying to improve the relations between Elves and Men long-sundered, and now he had found his reward. If you want to read a truly great book, try The Return of the King. This is the final installment of the well-known trilogy, and my favorite. A fairly long read at 340 pages, it is worth the time investment and filled with drama, action, adventure and plenty of cliffhangers. 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 of the King. . .You won't be

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