It has become a nice tradition that with every new release of a Tolkien book, we get the hardback edition and its deluxe equivalent.
Which got me thinking …
What happened with the deluxe edition of The Lay of Aotrou and Itroun? Continue reading “Will we ever see Tolkien’s Aotrou & Itroun in Deluxe Edition?”
It takes me around 2.5-3 weeks to read a 200-page book. With that in mind, I’ve calculated that over the years my annual read of The Lord of the Rings occupies a good 3-month period. This year I’ve managed to whittle that down to 2.5 months – which is impressive for me. Although I know the source material and seem to breeze through each page, I never somehow manage to complete the book in that 1 or 2-week reading period that some fans claims to be able to do. Continue reading “Books I’ve Read In 2017”
In what has become something of a tradition in posthumous Tolkien publications, The Story of Kullervo is an unfinished literary work by the author, as he attempts to rewrite an account from the Finnish legend of the Kalevala into the short story format. Continue reading “Approaching Tolkien: The Story of Kullervo”
It being New Year’s Eve, this post feels appropriate for this time of year.
Indeed, another 12 months have passed since I last compiled a list of books read, and I’m very proud to say that I have increased the number of works from last year. Continue reading “Books I’ve Read in 2016”