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The Fellowship of the Ring Visual Companion (The Lord of the Rings) (original 2001; edition 2001)
The Fellowship of the Ring Visual Companion (The Lord of the Rings) by Jude Fisher (2001)
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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0618154019, Hardcover)Jude Fisher's Lord of the Rings Visual Companion is a real treat for Tolkien fans and brings readers up close to some of the amazing detail they will find in the big-screen version of this fantasy classic. Not just a straightforward movie guide, this is more of a Middle-earth encyclopedia with information on the people and places to which moviegoers will be introduced. The text is informative and never presumes any level of knowledge, making this book more than accessible for Tolkien fans or those who have yet to discover his work. The pictures are full color and quite simply superb, showcasing the movie's epic scope and exciting special effects. There is even a foldout map of Middle-earth in the center pages using shots from the movie to illustrate key locations, giving it a more realistic feel. Not an average movie tie-in book, Fisher's wonderful guide has been as lovingly put together as the movie itself and has "quality" stamped all over it. This is definitely one to add to your collection. --Jonathan Weir, Amazon.co.uk
(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:07:18 -0400)
Photographs and text help identify the characters, places, landscapes, and artifacts of J.R.R. Tolkien's "The Lord of the Rings Trilogy" as depicted in the 2001 film version.
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