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Lord Of The Rings "Click me to Order"

The Silmarillion by J. R. R. Tolkien,(Reader), Martin Shaw (Performer)

This is epic fantasy at its finest, thrillingly read and gloriously unabridged. (Running time: 14 hours, 6 CDs)

Lord Of the Rings Book Set "Click me to Order"

The Lord of the Rings (Boxed Set) by J. R. R. Tolkien

The three volumes that make up Tolkien's epic classic The Lord of the Rings are here presented in their standard cloth editions including large format fold-out maps and an extensive appendices. Set contains The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers, and The Return of the King, with jackets and a box designed by celebrated illustrator Alan Lee.

The Silmarillion "Click me to Order"

The Silmarillion by J. R. R. Tolkien,Christopher Tolkien (Editor)

The Silmarillion is J.R.R. Tolkien's tragic, operatic history of the First Age of Middle-Earth, essential background material for serious readers of the classic Lord of the Rings saga. Tolkien's work sets the standard for fantasy, and this audio version of the "Bible of Middle-Earth" does The Silmarillion justice. Martin Shaw's reading is grave and resonant, conveying all the powerful events and emotions that shaped elven and human history long before Bilbo, Frodo, Gandalf and all the rest embarked on their quests. Beginning with the Music of the Ainur, The Silmarillion tells a tale of the Elder Days, when Elves and Men became estranged by the Dark Lord Morgoth's lust for the Silmarils, pure and powerful magic jewels. Even the love between a human warrior and the daughter of the Elven king cannot defeat Morgoth, but the War of Wrath finally brings down the Dark Lord. Peace reigns until the evil Sauron recovers the Rings of Power and sets the stage for the events told in the Lord of the Rings. This is epic fantasy at its finest, thrillingly read and gloriously unabridged.

The Fellowship Of The Ring "Click me to Order"

The Fellowship of the Ring by J. R. R. Tolkien

Literature for children, as opposed to children's books, is a work of serious fantasy where a world is created in imagination and then flowers from the author's craft. In both craft and imagination, no one rivals Tolkien. It isn't the story that captivates you, but how could it not, Sauron, perverter of beauty and good, unleashes the 9 Ring Wraiths to hunt down the Ring of Power. Who has the ring ? An innocent hobbit, Frodo, who has known nothing but comfort and love in the idyllic country of the Shire. Frodo inherits the ring from Uncle Bilbo who discovered the ring in the Mines of Moria while seeking a dragon's hoard. Frodo's introduction to the struggle between Good and Evil and his harrowing escapes from from the mounted Ring Wraiths is your introduction to the greatest work of fiction I have ever read. Tolkien's love of the mythology of Middle Earth which he spent a lifetime perfecting is inspiring and that is what makes it great.

Lord Of the Rings Book Set "Click me to Order"

The Two Towers by J. R. R. Tolkien

The Two Towers includes book III and IV in the Lord of the Rings cycle. There is a ring that makes the wearer invisible, but it also corrupts that person. The ring also gives the bearer unimaginable power. In the fantasy world where The Two Towers takes place, there is the evil ruler, Sauron. To prevent the ring from falling into the hands of Sauron, it must be destroyed. The ring can only be destroyed in the volcanic caves where it was created, Mount Doom, which is at the heart of Sauron's kingdom. Frodo and Sam, the two main characters, are sent out on a quest to finish this task. Their guide is the devious, untrustworthy and deceptive creature Gollum. I especially liked this book because of all the exciting action. There were a lot of conflicts and suspensful moments, all going on at once. These events made the book entertaining to read. I would encourage every middle school student to read the Tolkien Lord of the Ring cycle. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.

Lord Of the Rings Book Set "Click me to Order"

Return Of The King by J. R. R. Tolkien

The Return of the King is the final part of The Lord of the Rings. In this last part the feeling of good versus evil reaches its pinnacle in LOTR. Tolkien gave incredible detail describing the War of the Ring, as it spanned several chapters. All of the characters are developed further, and for most of the TROTK, the story remains a two way split. TROTK has an amazing conclusion, and that is partly bad. Upon finishing the novel, I was sad that it was over, and I didn't want it to be over, because Middle-Earth is a great place to get lost in. You go on the journey that the Fellowship undertook, and feel everything that each member of the party felt. This is possible because throughout LOTR, Tolkien wrote vivid passages describing the regions of Middle-Earth, the characters, and what they were thinking. I read TROTK more slowly, because I wanted to stay longer than what the novel would allow. The four hobbits of the Fellowship become harden warriors, a trait that was virtually absent from their kind. Even though the novel finally came to a complete finish, it felt like it left room for more. It's to bad that there is no direct sequel, and while it answers most of the questions left from the end of The Hobbit, the reader can come up with plenty more questions upon finishing LOTR. Professor Tolkien did a work that was unexpected in its depth. He invented several REAL languages and writing systems, a complete history to back the novel, and created a wonderful world filled with diverse races and environments. Some fantasy authors may have tried to reach Tolkien's level in fantasy literature, but I am certain the The Lord of the Rings will never be duplicated. The Return of the King stands as the incredible conclusion of the greatest epic ever written. My only regret was that it ended. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

Lord Of The Rings "Click me to Order"

The Lord of the Rings (Illustrated Edition) by J. R. R. Tolkien, Alan Lee (Illustrator)

Endorsed by BCL3, this is a reprinting of Tolkien's classic fantasy trilogy with 50 new paintings by Alan Lee commissioned for this celebration of the 100th anniversary of JRR's birth. An elegant package. Printed on acidic paper. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.

The Abduction "Click me to Order"

The Abduction by James M. Grippando

I loved this book! The author kept me anxious to keep turning pages. His characters were lifelike enough to be believable, and with the background setting of Washington D.C, were able to spring from the pages, each chapter more and more intriguing. "The Abduction" is very well written for the average reader, full of suspense, and taut with mystery.

9 Scorpions
by Paul Levine "Click me to Order"

9 Scorpions by Paul Levine

Award-winning author Paul Levine captures the dark side of the legal world with gripping, mordantly witty prose that "gets leaner, meatier, better with every book" (Miami Herald). Now, he delivers a thrillingly authentic page-turner about the murderous secrets of those who make and break the law at the highest level: the United States Supreme Court.

A Good Year for a Corpse "Click me to Order"

A Good Year for a Corpse by Valerie Wolzien

Mr. Horace Harvey had mounds of money he wanted to give away. But the giving was over the day he was found dead with a wad of bills stuffed in his mouth, and a money belt wrapped around his neck. Despite a home life that is not exactly calm, Susan Henshaw has the time to conclude that the prime murder suspect is innocent, but that observation only leads her to more questions. One thing is clear, though. All sorts of sordid activities are going on in the private lives of Hancock's most civic-minded citizens. And at least one of them had reason to kill....

An Old Faithful Murder "Click me to Order"

An Old Faithful Murder by Valerie Wolzien

The Henshaw family vacation at Yellowstone National Park turns tragic when George Ericksen -- whose family has been befriended by the Henshaws -- is found murdered at the foot of Old Faithful. When amateur sleuth Susan Henshaw takes the case, a web of twisted emotions and buried secrets quickly unfolds, and Susan finds that everyone had a reason to kill George. But there can only be one killer . . . can't there?

Deck the Halls With Murder (Josie Pigeon Series) "Click me to Order"

Deck the Halls With Murder (Josie Pigeon Series) by Valerie Wolzien

Building contractor Josie Pigeon and her all-woman construction crew have a big project to wrap up before the holidays--and they're hard at work when carpenter Caroline Albrecht keels over, fatally poisoned. Suddenly, suspicion chills the cheer of this quiet island resort town, and Josie realizes that one of her employees must be Caroline's murderer.

Sins of Silence "Click me to Order"

Sins of Silence
by Valerie Wilcox

First is a new mystery series from Prime Crime starring sailing instructor Kellie Montgomery. When the owners of a luxury yacht are found dead from gunshot wounds, Kellie knows she can find the killer. Despite the warnings from both the police and her family, she follows clues that lead her into some very rough--and dangerous--waters.

The Labor Day Murder "Click me to Order"

The Labor Day Murder by Lee Harris

Island old-timers are stunned by the shooting death of Blue Harbor's popular fire chief, followed by the mysterious torching of his house. Rumors soon begin to flare up about the chief's affairs with a vacationing lady lawyer and a girl half his age. But when former nun-turned-sleuth Christine Bennett and her police detective husband start asking, questions, a thick fog of evasiveness closes in, and the two discover that the passions that turn good people bad run long and deep and deadly.

The Snake Tattoo "Click me to Order"

The Snake Tattoo by Linda Barnes

What do a privileged Emerson student and a hooker from the Combat Zone have in common? They are both missing--and both areta Carlyle in her Boston cab! "A riveting, well-told story."--Publishers Weekly. HC: St. Martin's.

Wicked Slice "Click me to Order"

Wicked Slice by Charlotte Elkins, Aaron J. Elkins (Contributor)

Lee Ofsted just makes the cut for the Pacific Western Woman's Pro-Am golf tournament. She's never hit the ball better -- but for some reason, her drives keep slicing. But this isn't the only mystery -- soon Lee discovers the body of the tour's star at the bottom of the course lake. Enter Lieutenant Graham Sheldon. He's charming, handsome, and determined to capture the killer -- as well as Lee's heart. But the murder has triggered buried anger and jealousy among the players, and with a diabolical killer on the loose, Lee finds that making par is the least of her problems

Lord of the Flies "Click me to Order"

Lord of the Flies
by William Gerald Golding

The classic tale of a group of English school boys who are left stranded on an unpopulated island, and who must confront not only the defects of their society but the defects of their own natures.

The Hobbit "Click me to Order"

The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien, Alan Lee (Illustrator)

Set in the imaginary world of Middle-Earth, at once a classic myth and a modern fairy tale, The Hobbit is one of literature's most enduring and well-loved novels. This gift edition celebrates the 60th anniversary of its first publication in 1937. Illustrated by Alan Lee, the book features 25 watercolor paintings and 38 black-and-white drawings.

For Whom the Bell Tolls "Click me to Order"

For Whom the Bell Tolls by Ernest Hemingway

Drawing on his involvement in the Spanish Civil War, the Nobel prize-winning author's masterpiece of time and place tells the story of Robert Jordan, an American fighting in Spain, and his suicidal stand for his beliefs.

The Teachings of Don Juan : A Yaqui Way of Knowledge "Click me to Order"

The Teachings of Don Juan : A Yaqui Way of Knowledge by Carlos Castaneda

Carlos Castaneda, under the tutelage of don Juan, takes us through that moment of twilight, through that crack in the universe between daylight and dark into a world not merely other than our own, but of an entirely different order of reality. Anthropology has taught us that the world is differently defined in different places. Don Juan has shown us glimpses of the world of a Yaqui sorcerer and Castaneda presents it in such a way that enables us to apprehend it with a reality that is utterly different from our own.This is the special virtue of this work. Castaneda asserts that this world has its own inner logic. He explains it from inside, as it were-from within his own rich and intensely personal experiences while under don Juan's tutelage-rather than to examine it in terms of our logic. Through this experience, Castaneda leads us to understand that our own world is a cultural construct and from the perception of other worlds, we see our own for what it is.

The Stand (The Complete and Uncut Edition) 
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The Stand (The Complete and Uncut Edition) by Stephen King

Stephen King's most popular book, according to polls of his fans, is an end-of-the-world scenario: a rapidly mutating flu virus is accidentally released from a U.S. military facility and wipes out 99 and 44/100 percent of the world's population, thus setting the stage for an apocalyptic confrontation between Good and Evil.

"I love to burn things up," King says. "It's the werewolf in me, I guess.... The Stand was particularly fulfilling, because there I got a chance to scrub the whole human race, and man, it was fun! ... Much of the compulsive, driven feeling I had while I worked on The Stand came from the vicarious thrill of imagining an entire entrenched social order destroyed in one stroke."

Complete Sherlock Holmes "Click me to Order"

Complete Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan, Sir Doyle

This volume, authorized by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's estate, contains all 4 full-length novels and all 56 short stories featuring Sherlock Holmes. At over a thousand pages of high quality printing, the weighty tome is a perfect gift for budding amateur sleuths, and it is an ideal companion for a long stay on a desert island (or a leisurely trip through the English countryside). As the reader wades past the tense introductions of A Study in Scarlet and moves towards such classic tales as The Hound of the Baskervilles, "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," and "The Final Problem," she is sure to draw her own conclusions about Holmes's veiled past and his quirky relationship with his "Boswell," Watson. Doyle never revealed much about Holmes's early life, but the joy of reading the complete Holmes is assembling the trivia of each story into something like a portrait of the detective and his creator. By the end of the long journey through London and across Europe (with a long stopover at Reichenbach Falls), one is apt to have found a friend for life. --Patrick O'Kelley

The Ultimate Hitchhiker's Guide "Click me to Order"

The Ultimate Hitchhiker's Guide by Douglas Adams

This omnibus edition begins with The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, in which Arthur Dent is introduced to the galaxy at large when he is rescued by an alien friend seconds before Earth's destruction. Then in The Restaurant at the End of the Universe, Arthur and his new friends travel to the end of time and discover the true reason for Earth's existence. In Life, the Universe, and Everything, the gang goes on a mission to save the entire universe. So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish recounts how Arthur finds true love and "God's Final Message to His Creation." Finally, Mostly Harmless is the story of Arthur's continuing search for home, in which he instead encounters his estranged daughter, who is on her own quest. There's also a bonus short story, "Young Zaphod Plays It Safe," more of a vignette than a full story.

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