The Two Towers

(The Lord of the Rings, Book 2)

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The second volume of The Lord of the Rings trilogy relates a tale of the eternal battle between good and evil. "The author has intimate access to an epic tradition of Germanic history, civilized by the gentler genius of modern England." -- New York ... Continua
Ha scritto il 29/02/12
This book contains many characters and description details, which I found boring sometimes. But I liked it the book in general.
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Ha scritto il 27/12/11
This book was easier than the Fellowship and I actually understood more. The best part is, I have not seen the movies for these so for me to interpret it and understand it is a very good achievement. I found the way the book was made up is very ..." Continua...
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Ha scritto il 28/12/10
Two stories more effective
I know there are several more reviews, more qualified reviews, but I would like to point out that I found that dividing the story into two parts (one with Frodo/Sam/Gollum, and the other with Aragorn/Legoloth/Gimli) was much more effective than ..." Continua...
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Ha scritto il 26/10/10
i definitely enjoyed the two towers more compared to the fellowship of the ring. less songs and more action.
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Ha scritto il 05/08/09
Part of HB box set in slipcase, movie covers
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Ha scritto il Sep 03, 2012, 10:17
'[...]But our path is laid.''Yes, that's so,' said Sam. 'And we shouldn't be here at all, if we'd known more about it before it started. But I suppose it's often that way. The brave things in the old tales and songs, Mr. Frodo: adventures, as I used ... Continua...
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Ha scritto il Sep 03, 2012, 10:04
Aragorn looked at the pale stars, and at the moon, now sloping behind the western hills that enclosed the valley. 'This is a night as long as years', he said. 'How long will the day tarry?''Dawn is not far off', said Gamling, who had now climbed up ... Continua...
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Ha scritto il Sep 03, 2012, 09:59
Arise now, arise, Riders of Théoden!
Dire deeds awake, dark is it eastward.
Let horse be bridled, horn be sounded!
Forth Eorlingas!
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