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on 28 March 2000
Excellent Map which helps when visualising the jouney of the fellowship, the four hobbits on their way to Rivendell and Bilbo and the Dwarves on their travells to Smaug and the lonely mountain!
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on 1 March 2002
I have read Lord of the rings and found this map very interesting to look at but also very useful to have when reading the book. The map comes with an explanitary booklet which tells you about some of the more important areas of Middle Earth. It can be used when reading Lord of the Rings or The Hobbit. I would definitly recommend that you take a look at it.
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on 27 December 2000
Imagine you were on a quest to find an evil dragon sleeping on a heap of gold, with some giant spiders spinning over your heads, packs of dark wolves at your heels, enchanted waters to cross, amongst many other things, and all this with only a bunch of grumpy dwarves as comrades and a mysterious magic ring. Where would you start? A map, obviously! This book is all about mapping out the journeys of the little-big hobbit BILBO BAGGINS, as we trace his adventures from the homely Bag-End to the desolation of SMAUG's lair deep inside the Lonely Mountain; all through the great work of Brian Sibley and the marvellous illustrations of John Howe. This book, together with "The Map of Tolkien's Beleriand" and "Map of Tolkien's Middle-earth" is a jewel of its own and a great companion when reading Tolkien's THE HOBBIT.
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