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Kings of Fantasy Readers of fantasy novels are probably familiar with both JRR Tolkien and Robert Jordan Tolkiens The Lord of the Rings trilogy introduced the genre back in 1954 Many consider Robert Jordan the reigning king of fantasy and his Wheel of Time series the best fantasy series since Tolkien Last year I read the works of both men Here are my thoughts CLICK HERE to purchase this Paperback Box Set of The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings Lord of the Rings Web Links Click above to review a comprehensive list of websites dedicated to JRR Tolkien and Lord of the Rings The Lord of the Rings The first time I read JRR Tolkiens The Lord of the Rings trilogy was in 1977 Rings was recommended by numerous college friends as a great antidote to the drudgery of textbooks I had more than one friend with a cat or dog or Volkswagen named after Gandalf the powerful wizard from the Rings series Today Tolkiens epic fantasy is still popular with yearly world-wide sales in the 10s of thousands It is a testament to Tolkiens classic works that they have a huge following even 40 years after publication With the new movie version of Fellowship of the Ring being released in December 2001 and the other film editions of the Rings novels due out each of the next two years it is doubly important that you READ these books Movies are great especially in this day of high-tech animation but nothing beats the thrill of reading these great books and imagining your own images of the heros and villains of the Rings trilogy Set in Middle-earth during the Third age book one of the The Lord of the Rings trilogy is The Fellowship of the Ring 1954 followed by book two The Two Towers 1954 and book three The Return of The King 1955 Early in
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