‘Lord of the Rings’ by John Tolkien

(book review)

It’s a dangerous business, Frodo, going out your door…

I want to tell you about a book that I read recently. This book is called ‘Lord of the Rings.’ The book is authored by John Tolkien. It describes the history of a unique universe in which good and evil are present. Evil tries to destroy all good, and good to prevent this from happening. The symbol of evil is the ring of omnipotence, which was forged by Sauron in order to subjugate all of Middle-earth. Once the peaceful peoples managed to stop the Lord of the Dark, but his spirit remained alive in order to strike back after a while. And here people, dwarves and elves fight shoulder to shoulder with huge armies of orcs under the command of Sauron. As a result, the heroes of the forces of light win and destroy the ring from which so many troubles emanated.

Pluses: the book is interesting and teaches that good always triumphs over evil and also allows you to plunge into this world of Tolkien. Minuses: the whole deep meaning is hard to grasp the first time. But when you read and watch the film again, you begin to notice the similarity of the events described in the book with the real ones. My rating is 4.5/5.

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