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With the current glut of Tolkien-inspired games focusing directly on the brutal, tragic stories of The Lord of the Rings , The Hobbit offers up a story that's less dire and more of an enjoyable romp. The story still stands up, but the game that has been wrapped around it simply cannot keep up its end of the bargain. The experience it offers just isn't as engaging or inventive as its source material.
I'm a fourteen year old learning English as a second language. I had to pick and read a book for my English class. Our teacher said that we had to pick something not too hard, like The Hobbit or Lord of the Rings. As you might guess I didn't really listen to her and decided to prove her wrong with reading The Hobbit. I really enjoyed the story and the use of words didn't really bother me at all. This book totally deserves a 10 out of 10. (Sorry for bad grammar)
The Hobbit , or There and Back Again is a children's fantasy novel by English author J. R. R. Tolkien. It was published on 21 September 1937 to wide ...