Friday Dream Show ‘The Hobbit’– Book Review
The Bottled Imp leaves its beautiful, warm, hobbit-hole to endeavor forth into an unknowing land as we have a read of J.R.R. Tolkien’s fantasy classic ‘The Hobbit’, initial published in 1937 by George Allen & Unwin.
I first review this story in my very early 20s as it passed me by up until then. I’m certain I was aware of it, possibly I did read it as a child yet it seems to have constantly been in my blood. As well as that is the appeal of Tolkien’s tales from Middle-earth; they in some way seem familiar, as though we’ve constantly known them, been part of our heritage.
Bilbo is approached by the wizard Gandalf to undertake a dangerous adventure, and also in spite of his first unwillingness he quickly locates himself going along with Thorin Oakenshield as well as his event of dwarves on a long as well as difficult quest to recover the dwarves’ prize from Smaug the dragon. On the way, he runs into giants, goblins, and large spiders, as well as discovers a magic ring with the power of invisibility.
You perhaps thinking about our ‘The Lord of the Rings – Animated’ – Fantasy Film Review:
Also ‘The Hobbit BBC Radio Dramatisation’– Fantasy Audio Play Review:
May the magic circulation through you, constantly.
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Presented by Ken Boyter
Produced & Directed by Julian Newman Turner
Music by Greg Breden
Artwork by Richard Nairn