The Hobbit (The Hobbit) audiobook
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At 60 years of age I still love the story of Mr. Bilbo Baggins and his adventures to There and Back Again. I read this story for the first time when I was 12 years old and my father introduced me to the writings of JRR Tolkien. I read The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings trilogy every year thereafter clear through my freshman year of college. All these years later I still love this story and will read it again and again.
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I cannot tell you how many times I have read this book. While Tolkien is not my favorite writer by any means, this is my favorite novel of all times. I believe that Tolkien\’s talent lies in character, relationship and world building and that\’s what makes books go from GOOD to GREAT to AWESOME. I really adore the characters in this book and Bilbo will always have a place in my heart. I 100% recommend picking up the audiobook as well. My favorite thing to do after a hard week is to put on the audio book and bake bread while I delve into words I\’ve practically memorized. The audible audio book has little to no frills and the narrator does a phenomenal job at keeping to the heart of the series. You can tell who the different characters are by the subtle changes in his voice, yet he\’s not so drastically different that it\’s disorienting. There\’s really not much I can say here that hasn\’t already been said. The Kindle Version is JUST like the old tattered paper back I have in my bookshelf (I actually purchased the deluxe set to replace said tattered copy). I\’m really glad I have this as apart of my kindle library! It definitely held up to the paper back and kept the magic of Tolkien with little to no changes in the editing.
Audiobook The Hobbit (The Hobbit) by J. R. R. Tolkien
This Green leather bound and boxed version is gorgeous and worth much more than the $11 I paid for the delivered book. The book is a good size, with good size type. The pages are high quality, smooth paper that reads well and feels good in the hand. The book includes several green and black woodcut style pictures and maps by Tolkien himself and several color plates as well. Of course the story is a classic. I understand an 80th anniversary boxed version of The Hobbit and LOTR is due out next month (Oct 2017). Not sure what that version will be like, but I believe this is the best existing (not including collectibles such as first printing, etc.) version of The Hobbit at this time.
Audio The Hobbit (The Hobbit) narrated by Andy Serkis
I\’ve enjoyed Tolkien\’s Hobbit and Lord of the Rings since first reading them in my teenage years. The stories are well known and timeless, and for anyone who has not yet enjoyed them in the written form, it is highly worthwhile (whether you are young or old, I might add). I\’ve re-visited them quite a few times over the years, and when the Kindle editions became available, and for a very reasonable price, I decided to grab them both. I\’ve examined the formatting and functionality, and have found that they are well done Kindle editions with fully functioning table of contents and links. The maps and illustrations are just barely readable on the displays of any of the black-and-white regular Kindle models, and even when viewed on a full sized color display (on my iMac, for example), they are small and somewhat blurred. That is really the only disadvantage to this Kindle version that I think is worth pointing out. Overall these Kindle versions bring the The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings to my favorite reading device, and I can now have them with me at all times to enjoy conveniently wherever I may happen to be. (Note regarding pricing for the Kindle versions – I was able to get both of these Kindle editions for three bucks each here on Amazon, so it is worth keeping an eye on them as they do go on sale from time to time).
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The book The Hobbit is a fantasy/adventure by J.R.R Tolkien that takes place in the fictional world of Middle Earth, which is the setting of most of the author’s works. The hobbit tells a fantastic story of adventure, danger, friendship, and courage, and serves as a prequel to the even more immersive and epic book series, the Lord of the Rings. This book shows that even the littlest of people can be the biggest heroes. I loved this book. It is set in a large, detailed, and lore-filled world that made me feel like I was there while I was reading it. The book also has many likable characters. The Hobbit starts out showing the life of Bilbo Baggins, a hobbit. A hobbit is much like a human. The differences between a human and a hobbit is that a hobbit only stands about 4 feet tall, and all hobbits have long and curly hair. One day while minding his own business, a wizard he knows named Gandalf the Gray shows up with a party of 13 dwarves, led by Thorin Oakenshield. While everyone eats dinner at Bilbo’s house, he finds out that Gandalf volunteered him to help in their quest to retake their home in the lonely mountain, which was taken from them by the dragon Smaug. Bilbo initially declines the offer to join the party, but changes his mind the day after they leave, and he catches up with them. The group embarks on a long journey through the misty mountains and mirkwood forest, making enemies and allies along they way. This book introduces many characters. Bilbo Baggins is a Hobbit who like nothing more than staying in the comfort of his own home and smoking his pipe. These qualities become evident throughout his adventure, as he grows very homesick. Perhaps his best quality is his courage, which shows, as he sticks by everyone until the very end. Gandalf is also a great character. He is a 5,000 year old wizard, and throughout those 5,000 years he has grown very wise and powerful. He knows all the ropes of Middle Earth, and is always there to offer some wisdom or fatherly advice. The author, J.R.R. Tolkien has a somewhat lighthearted and quirky way of writing. He always takes the time to explain things in the story. He also has built up one of the best fantasy worlds in all of literature, and has a way in his writing that makes your feel like you’re there. The Hobbit (and also Lord of the Rings) is set in a land called Middle Earth. It is filled with forests, mountains, and fantasy creatures of all types. Middle Earth is a fantasy world, and, like other similar fantasy worlds, everything is somewhat primitive. While there are big and beautiful structures and cities in Middle Earth, there are no technology or electricity. The main races; elves, dwarves, and mortal men, all have unique cultures. In conclusion, I believe that The Hobbit is absolutely worth reading. It is a fantastic journey of bravery, friendship and courage, that is set in a beautiful, massive, and lore filled world. Perhaps the best part is that it is just the beginning of The Lord of the Rings, an even bigger and amazing story.
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