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The Two Towers (The Lord of the Rings, #2)

One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them,
One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them

Frodo and his Companions of the Ring have been beset by danger during their quest to prevent the Ruling Ring from falling into the hands of the Dark Lord by destroying it in the Cracks of Doom. They have lost the wizard, Gandalf, in a battle in the Mines of Moria. And B

Frodo and his Companions of the Ring have been beset by danger during their quest to prevent the Ruling Ring from falling into the hands of the Dark Lord by destroying it in the Cracks of Doom. They have lost the wizard, Gandalf, in a battle in the Mines of Moria. And Boromir, seduced by the power of the Ring, tried to seize it by force. While Frodo and Sam made their escape, the rest of the company was attacked by Orcs.

Now they continue the journey alone down the great River Anduin – alone, that is, save for the mysterious creeping figure that follows wherever they go.


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The second part of J.R.R. Tolkien’s epic adventure THE LORD OF THE RINGS

The company of the Ring is sundered. Frodo and Sam continue their journey alone down the great River Anduin – alone, that is, save for the mysterious creeping figure that follows wherever they go.

THIS CONTINUES THE CLASSIC TALE BEGUN IN THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING, WHICH REACHES ITS AWESOME CLIMAX IN THE RETURN OF THE KING.

This reset edition contains newly drawn maps by Stephen Raw, based on Christopher Tolkien’s original maps.
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    Alejandro

    The hope for saving Middle-Earth continues!

    THE FELLOWSHIP IS BROKEN

    There is some good in this world, and it’s worth fighting for.

    So much for the fellowship made of representative of the races of good in the Middle-Earth with the task of destroying The One Ring in the hellish fires of Mount Doom, located right inside of Sauron’s domains.

    Members fell, member got tempted by The One Ring, members got trapped, the journey now has two roads and it’s not certain which way is the right one. Maybe


    THE FELLOWSHIP IS BROKEN


    There is some good in this world, and it’s worth fighting for.

    So much for the fellowship made of representative of the races of good in the Middle-Earth with the task of destroying The One Ring in the hellish fires of Mount Doom, located right inside of Sauron’s domains.

    Members fell, member got tempted by The One Ring, members got trapped, the journey now has two roads and it’s not certain which way is the right one. Maybe no one is, but they need to take decisions, keep in movement and to trust that they are doing what is right.

    While they knew each other (in some cases) barely before the start of the mission, they now have a bond, a camaraderie, a friendship that it will be put to test to the maximum.

    New allies will rise but also the dark forces are getting stronger.

    And yet, HUGE surprises are ahead of them. Since it seems that in Middle-Earth certain things aren’t definitive.


    ISENGARD’S AGENDA


    A king will have his way in his own hall, be it folly or wisdom.

    Something that I liked while reading the book(s) (since I noticed it since the first one) is that Saruman is a servant of Sauron. Yes, the powerful wizard of Isengard wants The One Ring BUT not for giving to the Dark Lord or Mordor, oh no, no, no, Saruman knows that who gets The One Ring will rule in the Middle-Earth and since he is already one of the most powerful beings in that realm, it’s only logical to get The One Ring and with that key advantage, he will be able not only to challenge the armies of men, dwarves and elves but also the dark forces of Sauron.

    I have huge respect for the good King Théoden, BUT dang it! How can you have as your personal advisor somebody running with the name of Grima Wormtongue! Geez! It’s like the Green Lantern Corps: “Oh, who would think that SINESTRO will resulted a bad guy.” Geez!

    In the movies is understood that Saruman “works” for Sauron but in the books, at least in my humble analysis is quite clear that Saruman is a third column in this dangerous game in the Middle-Earth. And anybody who was not only member of The White Council but its leader and having forces trying to get control of the Middle-Earth, it’s never wise to underestimate his potential of causing destruction, suffering and pain.


    THE BATTLE OF HELM’S DEEP


    I have spoken words of hope. But only of hope. Hope is not victory.

    You don’t know the courage of men until they are tested against a challenge without hope.

    Some war strategists would say that battling a lost battle is pointless and it’s better to flee for fighting another day.

    But what happen when there isn’t another day?

    When there is nowhere to run away?

    When accepting that it’s a lost battle isn’t an option?

    It’s when you know of what you are made of.


    SAM RULES!


    Don’t go where I can’t follow!

    It’s obvious that the saga of Lord of the Rings have many heroes, many awesome characters, but many of them have training, skills, education and powers to help them, but…

    …Samwise Gamgee shows one of the most amazing heroism of all, not matter that you can say that he everything against him.

    First of all, Sam is a Hobbit, not the most useful species in the Middle-Earth in matters of war, and even between Hobbits, he may not being the “best example” of his kind.

    Sam wasn’t as old as Frodo, Pippin and Merry, therefore less mature.

    Sam didn’t share a family bond like Frodo, Pippin and Merry shared.

    Sam wasn’t even of the same social status in The Shire as Frodo, Pippin and Mery, since they were from respected Hobbit families with lineage, while Sam was the son of Bilbo’s gardener.

    While Merry and Pippin were traveling with Frodo out of a family thing, for Sam was basically a unpaid job imposed on him.

    So, when the things got tough (and trust me that things couldn’t get tougher than what they got!!!), Sam could easily flee, throwing to hell that awful job, and getting back to safety, back to The Shire.

    But no.

    Not Sam.

    Sam keeps walking, keeps looking out for his master (Frodo) and keeps to amaze due his honest loyalty, his unconditional friendship and his unbelievable willpower.


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    Bookdragon Sean

    Another Tolkien review? Yep, I’m putting out another Tolkien review. I’m on a mission, a mission to review everything written by Tolkien. And I literally mean everything. I’ve read most of his works, so I’m starting with those first before I move on to the few I haven’t read (there’s not many).This is all preparation, and a readdress of his writings, before I delve into Christopher Tolkien’s twelve book The History of Middle-Earth later on this year. Yep, I’m that much of a Tolkien nerd.

    I’ve be

    I’ve been meaning to tackle it for years, and it will likely take me even longer to get through, but I know it will be worth it. For now though, as I did with my review for The Fellowship of the Ring, here are a series of ten points to explain exactly why I love this particular book:

    1. Gandalf the White

    “Do I not say truly, Gandalf,’ said Aragorn at last, ‘that you could go whithersoever you wished quicker than I? And this I also say: you are our captain and our banner. The Dark Lord has Nine. But we have One, mightier than they: the White Rider. He has passed through the fire and the abyss, and they shall fear him. We will go where he leads.

    Gandalf the Grey was charming and quirky; he was everybody’s friend and advisor. But he was also a great wonderer and a great quester. He was an unearther of dark secrets and mysteries. And Middle-Earth no longer needs such a figure, darkness is now on her doorstep; it is no longer hidden. So Middle-Earth needs a man (or Istari) with far sight that can unite the scattered forces of Rohan and manipulate events in order to ensure that the King does, indeed, return. It needs a methodical man of great wisdom and intelligence; it needs a stagiest: it needs a new white wizard now that Saruman has changed his colours. And he has come.

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    2. Riders of Rohan

    I just love the entire country of Rohan. Tolkien based much of their culture and background on Anglo-Saxon tradition, and I just love it. Did I say that already? I don’t care. It doesn’t lessen it. The Riders of Rohan are awesome, and Gandalf the White comes just in time to save the poisoned mind of their King. I think this entire side-plot is very clever. I would love to see what happened if Saruman would have won here. Could Wormtongue have become the new leader of Rohan, in effect, siding with the forces of darkness? Food for thought. He did want to marry Eowyn after all. Had his plan gone to fruition, he would have been regent.

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    3. Faramir of Gondor

    Boromir has always been one of my favourite characters from Tolkien, simply because he was one of the most human. He was a flawed hero, but I don’t get that sense from Faramir:

    “Here was one with an air of high nobility such as Aragorn at times revealed, less high perhaps, yet also less incalculable and remote: one of the Kings of Men born into a later time, but touched with the wisdom and sadness of the Eldar Race. He knew now why Beregond spoke his name with love. He was a captain that men would follow, that he would follow, even under the shadow of the black wings.”

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    He was a better man that his brother, and why his farther didn’t see it I will never no.

    4. The Ents

    Talking Trees? Trees that throw rocks and kill evil orcs? What’s not to rave about. The Ents are old even by Middle-Earth standards. They must have seen so much in their lifetimes. When I read about how all their wives disappeared I had a good laugh. Was Tolkien trying to be funny? They clearly wondered off and got chopped down by someone who wanted to make a house or something.

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    5. Nazgul and their Fellbeast

    So we have nine undead Kings. They wear cowls of black and are pretty much invincible. To call them bad-ass would be to do a massive disservice to their awesomeness. So how do we make them even cooler? Give them flying beasts of death, obviously.

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    6. Gollum

    Gollum, for me, is an image of what Frodo could become. If he tried to keep the ring for himself, and went into hiding, he could become this way. Having him around, no doubt, helped to strengthen his resolve and remind him exactly why he can’t keep this for himself.

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    7. Helm’s Deep Battle

    Now the movie really capitalised on this and gave the film a stronger ending, but it was still fun to read about here. It was intense and bloody. Haldir and the elves of Lothlorien saved the day. Without them the men of Rohan would have died before Gandalf and Eomer showed up.

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    8.Tests of Friendship and loyalty

    “It’s like in the great stories, Mr. Frodo. The ones that really mattered. Full of darkness and danger they were. And sometimes you didn’t want to know the end… because how could the end be happy? How could the world go back to the way it was when so much bad had happened? But in the end, it’s only a passing thing… this shadow. Even darkness must pass.”

    Sam really starts to realise how important his role is in this adventure. He may not have any songs sung about him, and nobody will remember him as the hero, but he is the one who will have to get Frodo to Mordor. Frodo has the ring, and Sam has Frodo. He has a big task on his hands.

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    Also Gimli and Legolas know that they must stay close to Aragorn because his role is also very important. The fellowship, through broken, must remain resolute.

    “He stands not alone. You would die before your stroke fell.”

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    9.Aragorn’s transition

    Aragorn has many moments to shine in the first book, but it here that his real capabilities are displayed. He leads part of the defence of the Helm’s Deep, and he is instrumental in the final victory. It is here that we begin to see the first glimpses of the man that will one day become the king of Gondor.

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    10. The real threat is yet to be realised

    Mordor’s full strength has not been seen as of yet. We’ve had glimpses, and the tension is really increased as this book finishes. The Witch King’s hour draws near.

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    Final thoughts- Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings was meant to be one entire book, so when writing a review of this I did really consider the structure of the book. There’s no beginning or end per say, but that’s because it is the middle of the story. And the middle of the story is just as grand as the rest of it.
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    Kane

    Feb 08, 2011

    rated it
    it was amazing

     · 
    review of another edition

    A review of Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers by Sauron

    After my review of the Fellowship of the Ring, my agent BBMed me and said that people still thought I was a bitter a-hole. He suggested that I learn to deal with my situation by talking with some likeminded people who have faced similar frustration. So he signed me up for Dark Lords and Villains Anonymous. At least that’s what it’s called on the website. When I send out a FB invite to my peeps I usually use the subject line “Hatas Beware”. B

    After my review of the Fellowship of the Ring, my agent BBMed me and said that people still thought I was a bitter a-hole. He suggested that I learn to deal with my situation by talking with some likeminded people who have faced similar frustration. So he signed me up for Dark Lords and Villains Anonymous. At least that’s what it’s called on the website. When I send out a FB invite to my peeps I usually use the subject line “Hatas Beware”. Because General Zod is still trapped in that ridiculous Phantom Zone, we can’t really meet in person so we IM. Every week a member discusses his or her public failure. This is the transcript from my week.

    Sauron: Hello, my name is Sauron, and it’s been 56 years since the publication of my defeat.

    Group: Hello Sauron!

    Sauron: I’m…I’m not sure where to start. I just don’t think I’ve been given a fair shake. I recently emailed an op-ed piece to the editor of the Times. In it, I argued that the name of Tolkien’s “masterpiece” should be renamed “An Unprovoked Attack On Sauron the Merciful” and that the second book should be entitled “Saruman F*cks The Pooch”. Crusty old cracker. It looked like my email was blocked so I tried another. None of them worked: frodosucksballs@yahoo.com; bitemearagorn@gmail.com; theresnowayanelfcouldfireabowandarrowlikethat@hotmail.com. Nothing. Anyways, my point is that none of this was my fault. I mean, things started off fine. That Boromir got what he deserved. I’ve never tried to destroy someone who cared more about their hair!

    General Zod: Can anyone help me!!??

    Agent Smith: Shut the hell up windowboy!

    Sauron: Thank you. Ahem.

    Darth Maul: Bllllllaaarrgghhh.

    Darth Vader: You’ll have to excuse my associate. He’s…useless.

    HAL 9000: Just what do you think you’re doing, Dave?

    Agent Smith: OMG! Can anyone stop this light bulb from saying that every week!

    Moby Dick: Arrrrrrrrrrrrrrrhhhhhhhuuuuuuuuuuuuflllllllllllllllllll

    Agent Smith: Jesus, now the whale is talking.

    Randall Flagg: Let…Sauron…talk.

    [silence]

    Sauron: If I may continue. Helm’s Deep. My grandma could have tossed that joint before breakfast. But instead of sending her wheelchair-bound ass in to lead the charge I chose an Uruk-hai. In retrospect, since I took the time to hatch those suckers, I could have included some dolphin or chimpanzee in the mix to boost the IQ a little. Or at least supplied them with better loincloths. One Uruk-hai had a bad habit of talking to me while his leg was up on the table. We don’t need to see that. Oh, and why don’t I put all my faith in Gríma Wormtongue, he sounds reliable. Every time I looked at his multi-coloured eyes I wanted to puke.

    General Zod: That was pretty dumb.

    Khan: [shouts] THIS IS CETI ALPHA FIVE!

    Sauron: OooooK. I also regret relying on that damn Palantir for global communications! That freakin snowglobe basically told me that everything was going just fine. These days Saruman would have just texted me something like, “Yo, Sauron, we may have an issue.” Instead his ass is whooped by trees. You know, man invented fire like 10,000 years ago. Trees.

    Jabba the Hutt: Sorry, I got here late. Has that loser Sauron started yet?

    [silence]

    Khan: I shall avenge you.

    Sauron: Thanks. Anyways, where was I? Oh yeah, Shelob. Stephen King’s made me afraid of clowns and spiders. I don’t want to discuss that bitch.

    Khan: You see, their young enter through the ears and wrap themselves around the cerebral cortex. This has the effect of rendering the victim extremely susceptible to suggestion. Later, as they grow, follows madness and death.

    Sauron: STOP! A-hole. That’s why Kirk can beat you while simultaneous boinking a green chick. You’re pathetic. Go back to selling coffee or whatever you’ve been doing. This is getting me nowhere. I never should have signed up for this. And there’s no fracking way I’m writing a review of my demise in The Return of the King.

    [end transmission]

    Moby Dick: Arrrrrrrrrrrrrrrhhhhhhhuuuuuuuuuuuuflllllllllllllllllll

    [end transmission]
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