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by J.R.R. Tolkien,Jude Fisher

Download The Fellowship of the Ring Visual Companion (The Lord of the Rings) eBook
ISBN:
0618154019
Author:
J.R.R. Tolkien,Jude Fisher
Category:
Movies
Language:
English
Publisher:
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (November 6, 2001)
Pages:
72 pages
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1320 kb
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1191 kb
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1422 kb
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Rating:
4.3
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Jude Fisher's Lord of the Rings Visual Companion is a real treat for Tolkien fans and brings readers up close to some of the amazing detail they will find in the big-screen version of this fantasy classic.

Jude Fisher's Lord of the Rings Visual Companion is a real treat for Tolkien fans and brings readers up close to some of the amazing detail they will find in the big-screen version of this fantasy classic. Not just a straightforward movie guide, this is more of a Middle-earth encyclopedia with information on the people and places to which moviegoers will be introduced.

Jude Fisher's Lord of the Rings Visual Companion is a real treat for Tolkien fans and brings readers up close to some of the amazing detail they will find in th. .

Detailed Pictoral Companion to The Lord of the Rings. I purchased this book because I was doing some costuming for a customer. He really wanted as much detail as possible in the three garments I would be designing for him. The pictures are clear and very detailed. The character descriptions enhance the value of the book. This is indeed a collector item for those interested in The Lord of the Rings. Jude Fisher did an excellent job in detailing the design aspect of this movie. Arrived in very good condition, may have some marks of use, but it's intact.

The Ring Goes South Later that day the hobbits held a meeting of their own in Bilbo's room. Merry and Pippin were indignant when they heard that Sam had crept into the Council, and had been chosen as Frodo's companion. It's most unfair,' said Pippin. Instead of throwing him out, and clapping him in chains, Elrond goes and rewards him for his cheek!'

The Fellowship of the Ring is the first of three volumes of the epic novel The Lord of the Rings by the English author J. R. Tolkien. It is followed by The Two Towers and The Return of the King.

The Fellowship of the Ring is the first of three volumes of the epic novel The Lord of the Rings by the English author J. It takes place in the fictional universe of Middle-earth. It was originally published on 29 July 1954 in the United Kingdom.

Those who had asked for more information about hobbits eventually got it, but they had to wait a long time; for the composition of The Lord of the Rings went on at intervals during the years 1936 to 1949, a period in which I had many duties that I did not neglect, and many other interests as a learner and teacher that often.

I found this book to be a fun and enjoyable companion to the first Lord of the Rings movie, The Fellowship of the Ring

The book is much more elaborated then the movie. The begging of the book was a little slow but after that the book becomes a lot better. The book becomes really intense in the middle and endish. I found this book to be a fun and enjoyable companion to the first Lord of the Rings movie, The Fellowship of the Ring. It covers the history of the rings of power and the war against Sauron in the Second Age that was fought with a last alliance of elves and men. There is a section that describes each of the free peoples of Middle Earth: hobbits, men, elves, and dwarves.

The Fellowship of the Ring has inspired a huge number of readers, and now audio-listeners, to come to the next . This is not a fairy tale, but it is the epic fantasy adventure story dramatically told by Tolkien.

The Fellowship of the Ring has inspired a huge number of readers, and now audio-listeners, to come to the next two volumes in the trilogy: The Two Towers and the Return of the King. In the Shire, the hobbit Frodo Baggins finds his fate with the One Ring. Along with his fellowship, the man sets out on the way towards the Mount Doom, where the hobbit and his companions do their mission of destroying the magic ring. What the Dark Lord Sauron is going to do? Sure that it is not easy being a hero

Houghton Mifflin is proud to present a full-color, large-format, guide to the characters, cultures, and locations of J.R.R. Tolkien's extraordinary creation Middle-earth, as depicted in the movie The Fellowship of the Ring - the first of three blockbuster films from New Line Cinema. Filled with stunning imagery and with a thorough, informative narrative text, The Fellowship of the Ring Visual Companion will provide the reader with a rich feast of detail and information. Featuring exclusive photos of Frodo, Gandalf, the Ringwraiths, elves, and all the other main characters and creatures of the first film, the book also includes breathtaking pictures of Hobbiton, Rivendell, and Moria. The first of a projected three-book series that no Tolkien fan, from novice to expert, should be without, The Fellowship of the Ring Visual Companion contains a special eight-page gatefold of large-format images unique to this book.
  • Jube
I love the Lord of the Rings series and movie - I've read the books many times since I was young, and have seen the movie several times already. This is a fantastic companion book to both. It gives organized information on each of the main characters, describes some of the key plot elements in the story, and has large, full color photos that aren't found anywhere else.
The pictures are great - they show just how much incredible work went into the details on the movie. While other movies use blue-screen and just computer-generate everything, with LotR they fabricated thousands and thousands of items by hand. Every race was thought out - what would an elf fork look like? How about a hobbit pipe? The armor was individually made, the mail shirts constructed from thousands of individual links. Even tiny fragments of parchment on the ground in the Mines of Moria had tiny runes on them. You can see that awesome attention to detail in these photos.
One of the best features of the book for me was the great fold-out map in its middle. Far better than the small ones you get in the books! On the downside, they bound the book right through its center, instead of offsetting the map so it could be hung, or at least binding in white space. The result is that Gondor turns into Gndor and Rohan into ohan, and a lot of key features like Moria are lost in that binding. Such a simple thing to have done differently! But other than that gripe, this is definitely a must-have for any fan of the series.
  • Ventelone
This book was literally my companion while I waited for the DVD to be available for purchase, allowing me to get my "LOTR fix" whenever I needed it. The pictures are wonderful, as are the descriptions of the characters.

There were several references and pictures to scenes that weren't in the theatrical version (but were in the extended version). This may have been confusing or irritating to some, but I found it exciting as it gave a hint of what I had to look forward to in the extended version.

I prefer it to the "making of...." books, because it portrays the characters instead of the actors. You can really become immersed in the story, and in Middle Earth, by cuddling up with this book.
  • Arcanefist
My 5 yr old son is looking at this while we read lthe book to him. He loves it and it helps him understand what would probably be a too complex story for his age. Great purchase!
  • Nilarius
Wonderful!
  • Fearlesssinger
This book is terrific especially if you are a LOTR's fan. It arrived in good condition and my daughter was very glad to get this one added to her collection! Alot of the LOTR's books are hard to come buy. Grab them while you can.
  • Dawncrusher
Love everything Tolkien
  • Xmatarryto
I have read The Fellowship of The Ring. My wife has not. We both enjoyed this visual companion. I would recommend this book to explain things to someone who has not read the original book. Great pictures.
good movie stuff