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The book begins with Biblo Baggins enjoying a pipe after breakfast This is one of his favorite pleasures and he feels quite content in doing so He is middle-aged and resides in a burrow in the ground One morning Gandalf a wizard stops by to talk with Biblo He tells Biblo that he is looking for someone to go on an adventure with him Although Biblo is tempted he declines but not before inviting Gandalf for tea the next morning The next day Biblo hears his doorbell and he remembers inviting Gandalf for tea but instead of the wizard at the door there is a group of dwarves thirteen in all Thorin son of the dwarf king starts to outline a plan on how to regain the treasure stolen by the dragon Smaug Biblo is shocked to realize these plans involve him He then realizes that Gandalf has tricked him by inscribing on his door that he was a burglar seeking a job with lots of excitement With all this talk of quests and glory Biblo decides to join the party after allGandalf reveals a key and a map of their journey which ends at the Lonely Mountain It is there that the treasure of Thorins ancestors is guarded by Smaug The quest begins and the party meets at the Green Dragon Inn From there they venture into the Lone-lands As heavy rains begin to fall Biblo notices that Gandalf is missing When it starts to pour they stop to investigate a light Their Biblo finds three trolls grumbling about food Biblo decides to live up to title of burglar and attempts to pick one of the trolls pockets However they quickly capture him The dwarfs see whats going on and try to save Biblo but all of them except Thorin are caught Thorin formulates a plan to free them but fails Gandalf returns and occupies the trolls till dawn and then they turn into
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