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The Fellowship of the Ring (The Lord of the Rings, Book 1)
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'The Fellowship of the Ring' is the first part of JRR Tolkien's epic masterpiece 'The Lord of the Rings'. This paperback edition has the classic black cover featuring Tolkien's own design and includes the definitive edition of the text. / Publicity coverage will be extensive on the back of the launch of the new book 'Children of Hurin' published at the same time. / Marketing will not only target the Tolkien/fantasy genre fans but also the wider audience that have seen the films and bought the DVDs. Activity includes a newly designed consumer focused website www.tolkien.co.uk, online promotions and 3rd party partnerships. / The undisputed Book of the Century and considered one of the greatest works of imaginative fiction in the English language -- has sold 150,000,000 copies worldwide / Contains the definitive, fully corrected version of the text with eyecatching covers based on Tolkien's original designs. / More than 15 million people in the UK saw 'The Lord of the Rings' films.

About the Author

J.R.R.Tolkien (1892-1973) was a distinguished academic, though he is best known for writing 'The Hobbit', 'The Lord of the Rings' and 'The Silmarillion', plus other stories and essays. His books have been translated into over 40 languages and have sold many millions of copies worldwide.

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'An extraordinary book. It deals with a stupendous theme. It leads us through a succession of strange and astonishing episodes, some of them magnificent, in a region where everything is invented, forest, moor, river, wilderness, town and the races which inhabit them.' The Observer 'Among the greatest works of imaginative fiction of the twentieth century.' Sunday Telegraph

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