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... almost wholly covered with mosses and rose- brambles; iris-swords stood in
ranks about it, and water-lily leaves floated on its dark gently-rippling surface; but
it was deep and fresh, and spilled ever softly out over a stony lip at the far end.
To the left lay darkness: the towering walls of Mordor; and out of that darkness the
long valley came, falling steeply in an ... far off, floating as it were on a shadowy
sea, the high dim tops and broken pinnacles of old towers forlorn and dark.
Night fell and it grew altogether dark under the canopy of the tree. Frodo and
Sam drank a little water and ate some bread and dried fruit, but Gollum at once
curled up and went to sleep. The hobbits did not shut their eyes. It must have
been a ...
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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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