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'How do things go with him?' 'I cannot say. He was saved from a great peril, but
many lie before him still. He resolved to go alone to Mordor, and he set out: that is
all that I can say.' 'Not alone,' said Legolas. 'We think that Sam went with him.
We must go down to face a peril near despair, yet that deadly peril is removed.'
He turned. 'Come, Aragorn son of Arathorn!' he said. 'Do not regret your choice in
the valley of the Emyn Muil, nor call it a vain pursuit. You chose amid doubts the ...
peril. Swiftly he ran, but Shelob was swifter; in a few leaps she would have him.
Sam gasped and gathered all his remaining breath to shout. 'Look out behind!' he
yelled. 'Look out, master! I'm' — but suddenly his cry was stifled. A long clammy ...
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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
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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
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