The Fellowship of the Ring

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The Fellowship of the Ring

Frodo Baggins -Hobbit; ProtagonistSam Gamgee - HobbitMerry Brandybuck - HobbitPippin Took - HobbitStrider/Aragorn - Northern RangerGandalf - WizardRing Wraiths - Evil Servants; Antagonists

The Fellowship of the RingBy J.R.R. Tolkien

Main Characters

Frodo Baggins is a Hobbit. His adopted father, Bilbo, gave him an unknown Ring of Power before he left for an adventure. Frodo finds out the servants of the evil Sauron, the Ringwraiths, are after him and the ring. Frodo sets out on a journey with Sam, Merry, and Pippin to the elven city of Rivendell. After reaching Rivendell, they put together a Fellowship to go on the ultimate journey to destroy the Ring. The Fellowship sets out on the journey to find out just how many evils await them.

I would give The Fellowship of the Ring a 4.5 out of 5 star rating. It is a wonderfully written book, yet in the beginning it is a little hard to follow. Tolkien definitely used his imagination down to the smallest detail, and that is what I love to read.

J.R.R. Tolkien's Artist Symbol

J.R.R. Toklien's full name is John Ronald Reuel Tolkien


Addiction ~ Gollum, Bilbo and Frodo get addicted to the Ring.Death and Immortality ~ Elves and Ringwraiths are immortal, everyone else is mortal.Fate and Free Will ~ Frodo has his own free will, and he uses his courage to use that free will to try and destroy the Ring.

"Faithless is he that says farewell when the road darkens."pg. 348 .


Book Rating

"All that is gold does not glitter"pg. 307

pg. 307

"All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us."pg. 63

Text to Self :

Text to Text:

Text to World:

"For even the very wise cannot see all ends."pg. 74

This book is a great example of a journey I have been through. I was once told that something was too hard for me. With my free will and self-determination, I tried what was "too hard" for me. I ended up succeeding at it. Like Frodo, I have used my free will to try my best at something.

This book is a good example of how to handle things in the world. Many dangers befall us, and many things deceive us, but through all the pain and grief in the world, we must travel on through life. The Fellowship of the Ring is a great example of how to live in the world now.

The Fellowship of the Ring is similar to the Eragon series book 1, The Inheritance Cycle. In that book, Eragon finds a dragon egg that changes his life forever. He goes on a long journey to defeat evil and protect all the elves, humans, and dwarves.

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