“The Two Towers” By J.R.R. Tolkien Review

The company of the Ring is torn asunder. Frodo and Sam continue their journey alone down the great River Anduin – alone, that is, save for the mysterious creeping figure that follows wherever they go.

This second book in the Lord Of The Rings is even better than the first book, it really surprised me in a very good way, The plot keeps getting better and better in a way in this fucking series which I’m a huge fan of. 

The plot in this book, there is so much happening in it and there is so much action in it which makes hard in a way to put words to it. The plot in this book is so amazing that I don’t have words to describe it. Of course some of it might be outdated when you look at when this book was first released but still its a pure masterpiece. 

The writing style here is of course very old and it has so much old English in it but still it sort of sett more mood into the entire story which really speak for itself. But also the writing style was so fucking good that it sucked me into the story and I just couldn’t stop reading it.

Helm’s Deep was so fucking good but so god damn short. Why? Really I wouldn’t mind spending at least 20 minutes reading about the Helm’s Deep. But Helm’s Deep isn’t the only epic adventure in this book nor this series which makes this book and the entire series so good. 

The character in this book are so well done and they feel like they are real and not just fictional characters. And the development which happens with all of the characters is so great in this series. It feels like every character in this series has an important role to play which I also love. 

I Give This Book 4 / 5

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