Read “The Return of the King” in Jo’s Book Nook

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Aug 01, 2009

Posted by EdwardTLC

The reading of the third book in author J. R. R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Ring series has now begun over in Jo’s Book Nook, Leaky’s non-Harry Potter book club. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King is the final installment in the classic fantasy novel series by Mr. Tolkien, and takes readers through the final legs of a long and harrowing journey in a lush fantasy world. Join in with your fellow Lounge members in this communal reading of the novel, discussing and dissecting the classic story. Jo’s Book Nook is open to all registered Lounge members, so do not delay in joining the discussion today. For those of you who do not yet have a copy of the Lord of the Rings trilogy, the set is available through our own Cauldron Shop.

Enjoy!





37 Responses to Read “The Return of the King” in Jo’s Book Nook

Avatar Imagejediofthelost says: interestingAvatar Imagegryffindor_ladybug says: yayyyyyyy one of the greatest books ever. . . ! :DAvatar Imagebleucatt says: Dude! I wish I hadn't read it now... :( I'd totally join. Such a brilliant book. Avatar Imagesinwillys822 says: i have read that book and it was a great book. Avatar Imagemadman1277 says: pretty good bookAvatar Imagedrhawks says: :) Epic book. Lovely. Tolkiens masterpiece Avatar Imageshellybasson says: Tolkien was born in Bloemfontein, South Africa! Avatar ImageRemus Greyback says: I really have to read it second time now.Avatar Imagex_Potter_Lover_Forever_x says: Interesting .... have fun those who partake! :DAvatar Imageoliver.drew says: I don't wish to be pinickity...but he was Professor Tolkien rather than Mr. Tolkien :)Avatar Imagefinny says: uhhh i love Tolkien's work... for me is at the same level as harry potter!Avatar Imagejerseypopopx6 says: Youth inspires action, LOTR inspires action, HP Inspires action and that action is sacrifice. Now I just dream and read the actionAvatar Imagekiwimci says: Still haven't read LOTR but obviously it's something I'll tackle at some point in my life. I loved The Hobbit. But right now I'm rereading HP very slowly then moving on to Y: The Last Man. Then I might give the trilogy a goAvatar ImageMoose_Starr says: The discussions in *Jo's Book Nook* are always fun to join. The two previous LOTR groups were really interesting so, I'm real excited for ROTK. I love LOTR and all things Middle Earth :)Avatar ImageRavenclaw98 says: intersting!Avatar Imagegryffindor1991 says: i only read harry potter! :)Avatar Imagegryffindor1991 says: i only read harry potter! :)Avatar Imageboomer says: i love the movieAvatar ImageR-for-H says: Sweet!!Avatar ImageR-for-H says: Sweet!!Avatar Imageredwall_hp says: I believe Professor Tolkien would object to your referring to The Return of the King as the third book in the LOTR series. He always thought of it as one novel that just happened to have been split into three volumes by the publisher.Avatar Imagegoodegogo says: never read it I'm currently reading something else so I can't read itAvatar ImageHermione Elizabeth says: I love the LOTR series... wonderful books to read for sure! Avatar ImageHermione Elizabeth says: I love the LOTR series... wonderful books to read for sure! Avatar ImageHermione Elizabeth says: I love the LOTR series... wonderful books to read for sure! Avatar Imagefngw417 says: Fantastic. Time permitting I need to be there. One of my favs of all time!Avatar ImageC_B_Mia says: coolAvatar Imagemtbsergio says: The world Tolkien created is amazing. The Silmarillion itself reads like a history book and it was tough to get through the first time. @KiwiMcI: Y: The Last Man is awesome!!! Avatar Imagemtbsergio says: The world Tolkien created is amazing. The Silmarillion itself reads like a history book and it was tough to get through the first time. @KiwiMcI: Y: The Last Man is awesome!!! Avatar ImageMidnightSun321 says: awesum but i still hav soooooooooo many other books 2 read :PAvatar Imagebudgie says: Frodo Lives!Avatar ImageFigment says: I love Lord of the Rings!Avatar ImageHagrid 713 says: I have to confess, as a book lover I usually prefer boks over movies - HP a case in point - but somehow I've just never been able to get through LOTR and yet I love the movies! Ah well, life's quirks.Avatar Imagedior-able says: i just finished reading the trilogy like a couple of weeks ago...Avatar Imagenewwmoon says: I've got the books, but never read them ^^ I'll take some time for that... later in life!Avatar ImageBeAchL0veEr05 says: Too bad I'm only on Fellowship of the Ring; I would have really liked to participate!Avatar ImageBeAchL0veEr05 says: Too bad I'm only on Fellowship of the Ring; I would have really liked to participate!

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