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  • Writer's pictureJames G Yeo

Book review of The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien

To start with this book is that Tolkien does an amazing job at describing the scenes throughout the book. As he tells the story of a hobbit named Bilbo that goes on an adventure with some Dwarfs in search of gold.

Throughout the book, it has the strength to carry you on an adventure where you feel as though you are on there first hand. There is a good amount of comedy alone with the story. The mood of the book is light for the most part and there are some parts where there is conflict which for the type of book that Tolkien has written fits in well.

The main character is Bilbo and I feel that Tolkien builds him throughout the book. By the end of the book, Bilbo has changed a great deal as a little hobbit who likes being in his home to being someone who enjoys the odd adventure to put it lightly.

Over all throughout this read, I enjoyed the world that Tolkien created for the book and all the other characters that are in the book. Would I recommend this book? I will because it is a great book to read from cover to cover. If you have already read it once you understand what I am saying. There was a constant theme that keeps you turning the pages.

The next book that I am going to read is Journey to the Center of the Earth by Jules Verne

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