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  • True Restoration

    On the month's episode of Trad Reviews, we will be talking about the perennial classic works of J.R.R. Tolkien Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit. We will take a deep look at these novels, how they present the central themes, some of the extremely few criticisms of the work, as well as dispelling some myths and misunderstandings associated with them. A close look will be given to the central characters in the novels and the lessons learned from each of them.

  • Ria Colemire

    Lord of The Rings movie marathon food ideas.

  • Jerry Merritt

    FULL MOVIE! The Lord of the Rings: "The Fellowship of the Ring" (2001) | Jerry's Hollywoodland Amusement And Trailer Park

  • Rose Jones

    The Lord of the Rings soundtracks is one of my very favorite movie scores. Howard Shore did a remarkable job creating distinctly different themes...

  • Peter Lampman

    lord of the rings books | The Lord of the Rings – JRR Tolkien (re-read)

  • Michael Edmonds

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