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they cried. 'If you wish to speak to us, come down! Bring out your king! We are the
fighting Uruk-hai. We will fetch him from his hole, if he does not come. Bring out
your skulking king!' 'The king stays or comes at his own will,' said Aragorn.
The bright moonlight seemed to be suddenly cut off. Several of the Riders cried
out, and crouched, holding their arms above their heads, as if to ward off a blow
from above: a blind fear and a deadly cold fell on them. Cowering they looked up.
cried Sam, talking wildly to himself in his excitement and relief. 'Well, if I don't
deserve to be hung on the end of one as a warning to numbskulls! You're nowt
but a ninnyhammer, Sam Gamgee: that's what the Gaffer said to me often enough
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an amazing end to an amazing storyNutzerbericht - topaz - Borders
The Return of the King, the third book in J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings trilogy, is even darker and more intense than The Two Towers. It was pretty amazing, except for chapters two and three of ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
LOTR gets more intenseNutzerbericht - topaz - Borders
The Two Towers is just as good, but much less lighthearted than The Fellowship of the Ring. The events in Book Three (the parts in Rohan and Isengard) are much less epic in the movie, although Helm's ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
The Departure of Boromir
The Riders of Rohan
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