By J. R. R. Tolkien
The best delusion EPIC OF OUR TIME
The Fellowship is scattered. a few are bracing hopelessly for warfare opposed to the traditional evil of Sauron. a few are contending with the treachery of the wizard Saruman. simply Frodo and Sam are left to take the accursed One Ring, ruler of the entire earrings of energy, to be destroyed in Mordor, the darkish realm the place Sauron is ideally suited. Their advisor is Gollum, deceitful and lust-filled, slave to the corruption of the Ring.
Thus maintains the bestselling epic that begun in The Fellowship of the hoop, and which reaches its exceptional climax in The go back of the King.
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His loss made her surviving son all the more precious to her, and as their financial problems persisted Mary turned to writing for money rather than literary reputation. Many of Frankenstein舗s readers are surprised to discover that Shelley wrote steadily through her life, producing six novels after her first, Frankenstein, two verse plays, two travel works, several biographies, translations, children舗s stories, and edited works. In addition, she composed numerous essays, poems, and reviews and more than two dozen short stories.
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