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Have you seen him?' said a muffled voice — but the voice was the voice of Merry
Brandybuck. A dark lantern was uncovered, and its light fell on the astonished
face of the farmer. 'Mr. Merry!' he cried. 'Yes, of course! Who did you think it was?
But from the West has come no word, And on the Hither Shore No tidings Elven-
folk have heard Of Amroth evermore. The voice of Legolas faltered, and the song
ceased. 'I cannot sing any more,' he said. 'That is but a part, for I have forgotten ...
But even as he swung there for a moment, a voice spoke suddenly from the tree-
shadows above him. 'Daro!' it said in commanding tone, and Legolas dropped
back to earth in surprise and fear. He shrank against the bole of the tree.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - WolfORourc - www.librarything.com
My absolute favorite story, but as an adult I have a hard time with the heavy use of passive voice and the simple verbs. Granted, Tolkien wrote the book for children, but I can only give 4 stars for the language and the slow passages. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - williemeikle - www.librarything.com
This book changed my life. Before it I was a spotty 14 year old hooked on my science studies. Then I read LOTR, and, at the same time, discovered women existed and.....but thats enough of that. You ... Read full review
Prologue Concerning Hobbits and other matters
A Longexpected Party
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