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The Hobbit (Part 1 and 2 Slipcase)

The Hobbit (Part 1 and 2 Slipcase)

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Language English
Contributor(s) J.R.R. Tolkien
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Overview: The Hobbit


The Hobbit is a classic fantasy tale for children published for the first time in 1937. Penned by J.R.R. Tolkien, the book has been awarded the best juvenile fiction by the New York Herald Tribune. Set in a fictional land called Middle earth and with unconventional characters, the book is considered as a classic in children's literature. It is its critical and financial success; that draws the attention of the publisher to approach J.R.R. Tolkien for a sequel. The sequel then becomes a masterpiece in the world of fiction novel known as The Lord of The Rings.

Hobbit is a human-like race who resides in the land of Middle-earth, both created by J.R.R Tolkien. The protagonist of the book, Bilbo Baggins, is a peaceful young hobbit, and loves to be only inside his comfortable house. His life is simple, quiet, content, and no hassle, and also has no desire to leave this comfort zone. One day, a wizard called Gandalf comes to him along with a group of dwarfs, and suggests a plan for the expedition of a treasure that belongs to Smaug, the dragon. Despite all the inconveniences, he sets off for an adventurous and dangerous journey.

In the journey, they face lots of difficulties, even meet goblins, but they also manage to overcome with their wits and unity. Secrets are unfolded one after another building up the mystery for them. At one point of time, Bilbo gets separated from the rest and is lost. Then, he stumbles upon a ring and meets a strange creature known as Gollum, who keeps Bilbo engaged in riddles. Bilbo has no help to get rid of Gollum but the ring.

J.R.R. Tolkien initially served in WWI British army and later became an English writer, poet, and philologist. He is famous for his The Lord of the Rings trilogy, and the characters that he has created, which were seen never before. In The Hobbit, the author introduces one new creature in each chapter. You can order the paperback edition, a boxed set of two parts, published by UK Children's with the ISBN 10:0007488513 and ISBN 13:978-0007488513.
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Language English
Publication Date August 30, 2012
Publisher UK Children's
Contributor(s) J.R.R. Tolkien
Binding Paperback
Page Count 368
ISBN 10 0007488513
ISBN 13 9780007488513
Dimensions and Weight
Product Dimensions 13 cm x 3.4 cm x 19.7 cm
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     A Greater World 11 December, 2013 On Junglee.com
    An extraordinary tale infused with hints of mystery, thrill, sorcery and glory is what the author J.R.R. Tolkien has created in The Hobbit. Treading the path of a more simplified character Bilbo Baggins comes an unexpected journey into the wild, bringing him face to face with a dragon Smaug and there unfolds a saga so mystique that takes the readers into a completely different world.

    You can say that this is a kind of epic fantasy meant for the young readers but trust me there is much more to it than plain magic and fantasy. In fact the way the author has penned this book is not exactly a young reader's cup of tea. Written in the most gripping way, The Hobbit is sure to enrapture even the older readers and make him immerse in the brilliant world of Bilbo Baggins, allowing him to crave for more. I loved the way the author narrates the story yet keeps the suspense coming, as a result of which the reader wishes to read further until he unravels the mystery.

    The Hobbit is a very interesting world altogether and even transcends the barriers of the book in terms of pages but only if a person has not seen the films prior to reading. In fact I would advise the people not to watch the films before reading this book as that would completely mar the experience of reading. In totality, The Hobbit is complete value for money and a must read for both the young and old readers
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     A Greater World 7 December, 2013 On Junglee.com
    An extraordinary tale infused with hints of mystery, thrill, sorcery and glory is what the author J.R.R. Tolkien has created in The Hobbit. Treading the path of a more simplified character Bilbo Baggins comes an unexpected journey into the wild, bringing him face to face with a dragon Smaug and there unfolds a saga so mystique that takes the readers into a completely different world.

    You can say that this is a kind of epic fantasy meant for the young readers but trust me there is much more to it than plain magic and fantasy. In fact the way the author has penned this book is not exactly a young reader's cup of tea. Written in the most gripping way, The Hobbit is sure to enrapture even the older readers and make him immerse in the brilliant world of Bilbo Baggins, allowing him to crave for more. I loved the way the author narrates the story yet keeps the suspense coming, as a result of which the reader wishes to read further until he unravels the mystery.

    The Hobbit is a very interesting world altogether and even transcends the barriers of the book in terms of pages but only if a person has not seen the films prior to reading. In fact I would advise the people not to watch the films before reading this book as that would completely mar the experience of reading. In totality, The Hobbit is complete value for money and a must read for both the young and old readers.
    Thank you for your feedback Was this review helpful to you?
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