I’m sure you’re often asked who your favorite author is. For me, my answer is always J.R.R. Tolkien. Why? I’ll tell you.
Do you love J.R.R. Tolkien’s beloved characters, the hobbits? Their extreme bravery and determination saves Middle-Earth from evil despite their small stature.
In honor of The Return of the King, the climactic end of the revered classic and one of the most iconic trilogies of all time, we’re celebrating this literary milestone with a comprehensive list of little known facts on the novel, the king in question, and Tolkien’s writing and publishing process.
Eighty-three years ago today, J.R.R Tolkien’s The Hobbit was published. In celebration of the tale that introduced readers to Middle Earth and started the rise in epic fantasy with The Lord of the Rings, we’ve compiled this list of quotes from The Hobbit to celebrate the thrill of budding adventure. 1. “This is a story of how a Baggins had an adventure, and found himself doing and saying things altogether unexpected.” It’s interesting that Bilbo, a hobbit who is originally dead-set against anything that interrupts his routine, would come to see such a radical growth in character. At the onset of …
The Chosen One is, in my opinion, the most detrimental element of every sci-fi and fantasy.