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The Hobbit I was fascinated by the story of The Hobbit I thought this book was very good and I liked it very much The Hobbit is full of exciting events and action making it difficult to put down I enjoyed many things in this book specifically the characters and the setting Each character Tolkien created in The Hobbit is a separate and unique individual Bilbo Baggins the leading hobbit in the story is very laid back and hesitant to go out with the dwarves on their journey Tolkien does a wonderful job of making Bilbo the most lovable character in the novel One cannot help feeling sympathy for Mr Baggins The unpredictable wizard Gandalf is also a high point in The Hobbit Coming and leaving at odd times and at his own will makes Gandalf realistically human Each dwarf also has his own unique points and personality The setting of The Hobbit is also captivating Tolkiens elaborate descriptions of all the places in the story are wonderful Most scenes in The Hobbit are dark and mysterious which I thought added to the grave mood of the story The story of Bilbos adventures is so dangerous that the many settings of the novel had to be gloomy enough to make up for the danger There are many outstanding characteristics in this story With so many excellent attributes in The Hobbit I found it difficult to find many things that were not good Tolkiens choice of a conflict was not very creative The plot of this novel is based upon the traditional going out and taking back what is yours story The many kinks and side adventures made The Hobbit interesting but the main plot of the story is still the dwarves attempting to reclaim their lost treasure from the dragon Smaug This book is full of adventure in a fantasy world It should not be read by any kind of realist Realism
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