The Lord Of The Rings
My name is Simon Fique. I am Colombian and I love Tolkien books, specially THE LORD OF THE RINGS. Also, I love the movies, and I have a great expectative on what's going to happen in the Return of the King. I already have read the third book. My favorite character is Legolas, I love how he uses the Bow. The names of the countries, characters, cities and geographical features in the Lord of The Rings have an special mistery that make them fantastic. For example Minas Tirith, Osguiliath or Legolas give the character or place that they perform a magical sensation of superiority. Altought the name Lord of the Rings have a fantastinc sense of superiority. Of the three books, The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers and The Return of the King, the best have been the second first because of the battle of Helms Deep (that return us to the magical world of ancient battles), also because many new characters are involved in the movie and make their roles very important, for example Faramir and Theodent. Also the third book is excellent. The giant battle of Minas Tirith is very, very well narrated and the mayor emotion moment is when the Aragorn's army arrives to help the falling troops of Gondor, Rohan and Dol Amroth. In this moment, the greatness of Godor and all the free countries and empires in Middle-Earth (those which fight againist Mordor and his evil forces including elves, dwarfts, humans from the different kingdoms and a little bit of hobbits in the forces againist Sauron, and orcs, corrupted magicians, uruk-hai, men from Harad and some creatures like Cavern Trolls, included in Mordor dark Forces). This greatness is all grouped in only nine men of all cultures and civilizations. Frodo, Sam, Pippin and Merry, the Hobbits, Gandalf the grey, the wizard, Legolas, the elve archer, Aragorn and Boromir, the Humans and finally Gimli, the dwarft, form the Fellowship of the Ring, which has the mission of destroiyng the One Ring, used by Sauron to govern all Middle-Earth.