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Fellowship of the Ring (Visual Companion) (#01 in Lord Of The Rings Series)

Jude Fisher

Fellowship of the Ring (Visual Companion) (#01 in Lord Of The Rings Series)

Jude Fisher

$48.99

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This is a full-color, large-format introduction to the people, places, & things of J.R.R. Tolkien's extraordinarily varied & rich imaginary world, Middle-earth, as depicted in the first of three blockbuster films from New Line Cinema, The Fellowship of the Ring. Packed with stunning imagery & including a thorough & informative narrative text, this Visual Companion is the first of a projected three-book series. Middle-earth is populated by hobbits, elves, men, & dwarves -- each with a distinctive culture, a long & varied history, & unique physical characteristics. The unforgettable locations of The Fellowship of the Ring include the village of Hobbiton, the Prancing Pony Inn at Bree, the ancient ruin of Amon S-l, the elven strongholds of Rivendell & Lothlorien, & Khazad-d-m, the dwarvish Mines of Moria. All come to life for new fans & old in this essential collectible reference.

- Publisher The official authorized companion book to The Fellowship of the Ring, published to coincide with the release of the first part of Peter Jackson's epic film trilogy, The Lord of the Rings The Fellowship of the Ring Visual Companion is a large-format, full-color, encyclopedic guide to the characters, places, landscapes and artifacts of J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth as depicted in the first film in The Lord of the Rings Trilogy. This lavishly illustrated volume offers a feast of information and exclusive photographs of the Fellowship of the Ring, the Ringwraiths, the Orcs and all the other main characters and creatures appearing in the first film, together with breathtaking pictures of Hobbiton, Orthanc and Moria. It also includes a special gatefold featuring an exclusive map of Middle-earth showing the key locations of events in the movie. The fascinating explanatory text accompanying photographer Pierre Vinet's stunning images takes readers on their own journey into the world of Peter Jackson's The Fellowship of the Ring. Within these pages we learn about the ancient history of the One Ring, gained at a terrible price in battle against the Dark Lord, Sauron, only to be lost afterward for thousands of years before coming into the possession of a hobbit called Bilbo Baggins. The book explains the origins of the Free Peoples of Middle-earth - Hobbits, Elves, Men and Dwarves - and the characters and histories of the Fellowship of the Ring and their allies. Finally, it reveals the terrifying creatures that make up the Dark Lord's army, the evil history of the Orcs, and why the Orcs and the Elves are such bitter enemies. Two further volumes will be published to accompany the other installments of Peter Jackson's film trilogy, The Two Towers and The Return of the King.

- Publisher Houghton Mifflin is proud to present a full-color, large-format, guide to the characters, cultures, and locations of J.R.R. Tolkien's extraordinary creation Middle-earth, as depicted in the movie The Fellowship of the Ring - the first of three blockbuster films from New Line Cinema. ^Filled with stunning imagery and with a thorough, informative narrative text, The Fellowship of the Ring Visual Companion will provide the reader with a rich feast of detail and information. Featuring exclusive photos of Frodo, Gandalf, the Ringwraiths, elves, and all the other main characters and creatures of the first film, the book also includes breathtaking pictures of Hobbiton, Rivendell, and Moria.^The first of a projected three-book series that no Tolkien fan, from novice to expert, should be without, The Fellowship of the Ring Visual Companion contains a special eight-page gatefold of large-format images unique to this book.

- Publisher

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This is a full-color, large-format introduction to the people, places, & things of J.R.R. Tolkien's extraordinarily varied & rich imaginary world, Middle-earth, as depicted in the first of three blockbuster films from New Line Cinema, The Fellowship of the Ring. Packed with stunning imagery & including a thorough & informative narrative text, this Visual Companion is the first of a projected three-book series. Middle-earth is populated by hobbits, elves, men, & dwarves -- each with a distinctive culture, a long & varied history, & unique physical characteristics. The unforgettable locations of The Fellowship of the Ring include the village of Hobbiton, the Prancing Pony Inn at Bree, the ancient ruin of Amon S-l, the elven strongholds of Rivendell & Lothlorien, & Khazad-d-m, the dwarvish Mines of Moria. All come to life for new fans & old in this essential collectible reference.
- Publisher

The official authorized companion book to The Fellowship of the Ring, published to coincide with the release of the first part of Peter Jackson's epic film trilogy, The Lord of the Rings The Fellowship of the Ring Visual Companion is a large-format, full-color, encyclopedic guide to the characters, places, landscapes and artifacts of J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth as depicted in the first film in The Lord of the Rings Trilogy. This lavishly illustrated volume offers a feast of information and exclusive photographs of the Fellowship of the Ring, the Ringwraiths, the Orcs and all the other main characters and creatures appearing in the first film, together with breathtaking pictures of Hobbiton, Orthanc and Moria. It also includes a special gatefold featuring an exclusive map of Middle-earth showing the key locations of events in the movie. The fascinating explanatory text accompanying photographer Pierre Vinet's stunning images takes readers on their own journey into the world of Peter Jackson's The Fellowship of the Ring. Within these pages we learn about the ancient history of the One Ring, gained at a terrible price in battle against the Dark Lord, Sauron, only to be lost afterward for thousands of years before coming into the possession of a hobbit called Bilbo Baggins. The book explains the origins of the Free Peoples of Middle-earth - Hobbits, Elves, Men and Dwarves - and the characters and histories of the Fellowship of the Ring and their allies. Finally, it reveals the terrifying creatures that make up the Dark Lord's army, the evil history of the Orcs, and why the Orcs and the Elves are such bitter enemies. Two further volumes will be published to accompany the other installments of Peter Jackson's film trilogy, The Two Towers and The Return of the King.
- Publisher

Houghton Mifflin is proud to present a full-color, large-format, guide to the characters, cultures, and locations of J.R.R. Tolkien's extraordinary creation Middle-earth, as depicted in the movie The Fellowship of the Ring - the first of three blockbuster films from New Line Cinema. ^Filled with stunning imagery and with a thorough, informative narrative text, The Fellowship of the Ring Visual Companion will provide the reader with a rich feast of detail and information. Featuring exclusive photos of Frodo, Gandalf, the Ringwraiths, elves, and all the other main characters and creatures of the first film, the book also includes breathtaking pictures of Hobbiton, Rivendell, and Moria.^The first of a projected three-book series that no Tolkien fan, from novice to expert, should be without, The Fellowship of the Ring Visual Companion contains a special eight-page gatefold of large-format images unique to this book.
- Publisher

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Jude Fisher

Jude Fisher is a pseudonym for an established fantasy author. Her Two Towers Visual Companion was a New York Times bestseller..

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  • Catalogue Code 207497
  • Product Code 0618154019
  • EAN 9780618154012
  • UPC 046442154017
  • Pages 72
  • Department General Books
  • Category Christian Living
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Houghton Mifflin
  • Publication Date Nov 2001
  • Dimensions 317 x 234 x 12 mm
  • Weight 0.721kg

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