Have you ever wanted to know where the dragons of Middle-Earth went? What about the names and fates of demons similar to Gandalf’s foe on the stone bridge? This lesser-known anthology of Middle-Earth’s myths and legends is just what you’ve been searching for!
I should hope every Tolkien fan is well aware of Amazon’s forthcoming series based on his legendarium. More than anything, I think we’re craving to know what will take place in the show. By looking through some of the many Middle-Earth books, we can see what that is.
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.
There, I said it. Burn me at the stake for I committed heresy, but at least let me explain to you why!
You read the title, now let’s get going! But first, let’s set up one rule: all of the monsters on this list have to be fictional. No non-fiction real people. No, “I read a book on Manson and he was evil so why is he not on this list?” No. All these people are fiction, figments of an author’s imagination. With that said, let’s start off with: 11-Carmelita Spats Image Via Lemony Snicket Wiki – Fandom I have nothing against children (that’s a lie), but she’s just plain EVIL! From the first pages of A Series of Unfortunate …