“The Fellowship of the Ring” By J.R.R. Tolkien Review

Sauron, the Dark Lord, has gathered to him all the Rings of Power – the means by which he intends to rule Middle-earth. All he lacks in his plans for dominion is the One Ring – the ring that rules them all – which has fallen into the hands of the hobbit, Bilbo Baggins. In a sleepy village in the Shire, young Frodo Baggins finds himself faced with an immense task, as his elderly cousin Bilbo entrusts the Ring to his care. Frodo must leave his home and make a perilous journey across Middle-earth to the Cracks of Doom, there to destroy the Ring and foil the Dark Lord in his evil purpose.

I needed to be honest here and admit that I never watched the Lord of the rings movies. I’ve tried couple of times to watch the first movie but I shouldn’t couldn’t finish it in the end. This fact made me super sceptical to this book and this series because I was expecting that it would happen the same thing as with the movies but to my surprise it didn’t. 

The writing is quite outdated I needed to admit. The old English in this book is so thick and it kept distracting me while I was reading book. But of course this is the thing which happens over time so I can’t trash this book over this.

The plot itself here was good but it really didn’t drag me into it, of course I’ve enjoyed it a good deal but while reading this entire book I felt that something was missing from the plot. 

The thing which annoyed me the most with this book was the songs and poems if you will in every chapter which really made me want to burn this book in the fireplace. These songs and poems were really annoying and distracting for me 

Most of the characters in this book were interesting and super enjoyable but there were some characters which annoyed me. But I’ve liked the main characters in this book.

I personally felt like there should be more action here. The action in the form of a battle with the Orcs and I really wished to see more of them in this book and not just couple of lines about them here and there.

I give this book 4 / 5

“Henry V” By William Shakespeare Review

After an insult from the French Dauphin, King Henry V of England invades France to claim the throne he believes should be his. Henry stops an assassination plot, gives powerful speeches, and wins battles against the odds. In the end, he woos and marries the Princess of France, linking the two nations.

To be fully honest here I had very low expectations for this play which this play had lived up to and done better than what I’ve expected. 

This poem is about a British kind who is invading France which means that there is a lot of royal drama and a lot of war talk which really doesn’t work for me when it comes to plays. Because I don’t like plays at all but this was okay.

Everything in this play revolves around war which really I get it but still it could have been written in a different way.  

There were many interesting scenes in this play but there were also some boring and super tortures scenes in this play.

The characters here were there. I personally didn’t care about the characters in this play. I didn’t care for them so much that I didn’t bother remembering the names of the characters in this play.

I Give Play 3 / 5

“Henry IV, Part II” By William Shakespeare Review

Henry IV Part II is about the burden of power, old age and atonement for the past as King Henry dies and Prince Hal accepts the crown. The play begins in the aftermath of the battle in Shrewsbury.

This play is the second part of the Henry 4th play by William Shakespeare. And to be honest I didn’t like it even more than part 1. And of course I DNF-ed this one as well as the first part of this play.

Reading this play really was a torture for me just as the part one of this play. Because it was even worse than the first part with even more confusing plot and the same characters becoming more annoying than in the first part. 

This second part was incredibly dull and it just lacked good plot and good characters. This play is 2 times more painful than the first part of this play. 

I truly didn’t care about the plot nor about the characters here. So of course I just can’t give this play a good feedback. 

I Give Play 1 / 5

“The Devil And His Grandmother” By Jacob Grimm & Wilhelm Grimm Review

The original tale is much better but also darker then the version kids see. 

It is different but not that different from what you might remember from first hearing this tale as a kid. 

The plot here are very good but also dark which is the mix which I personally like a lot.

The writing style here was very old and you could feel the vibe of old the Europe which but it also felt like there was something missing.

I Give This Story 2 / 5

“The Queen Bee” By Jacob Grimm & Wilhelm Grimm Review

The original tale is much better but also darker then the version kids see. 

It is different but not that different from what you might remember from first hearing this tale as a kid. 

The plot here are very good but also dark which is the mix which I personally like a lot.

The writing style here was very old and you could feel the vibe of old the Europe which but it also felt like there was something missing.

I Give This Story 2 / 5

“Rumpelstiltskin” By Jacob Grimm & Wilhelm Grimm Review

The original tale is much better but also darker then the version kids see. 

It is different but not that different from what you might remember from first hearing this tale as a kid. 

The plot here are very good but also dark which is the mix which I personally like a lot.

The writing style here was very old and you could feel the vibe of old the Europe which but it also felt like there was something missing.

I Give This Story 2 / 5

“The Three Spinners” By Jacob Grimm & Wilhelm Grimm Review

The original tale is much better but also darker then the version kids see. 

It is different but not that different from what you might remember from first hearing this tale as a kid. 

The plot here are very good but also dark which is the mix which I personally like a lot.

The writing style here was very old and you could feel the vibe of old the Europe which but it also felt like there was something missing.

I Give This Story 2 / 5

“The White Snake” By Jacob Grimm & Wilhelm Grimm Review

The original tale is much better but also darker then the version kids see. 

It is different but not that different from what you might remember from first hearing this tale as a kid. 

The plot here are very good but also dark which is the mix which I personally like a lot.

The writing style here was very old and you could feel the vibe of old the Europe which but it also felt like there was something missing.

I Give This Story 2 / 5

“The Three Snake Leaves” By Jacob Grimm & Wilhelm Grimm Review

The original tale is much better but also darker then the version kids see. 

It is different but not that different from what you might remember from first hearing this tale as a kid. 

The plot here are very good but also dark which is the mix which I personally like a lot.

The writing style here was very old and you could feel the vibe of old the Europe which but it also felt like there was something missing.

I Give This Story 2 / 5

“The Donkey Cabbages” By Jacob Grimm & Wilhelm Grimm Review

The original tale is much better but also darker then the version kids see. 

It is different but not that different from what you might remember from first hearing this tale as a kid. 

The plot here are very good but also dark which is the mix which I personally like a lot.

The writing style here was very old and you could feel the vibe of old the Europe which but it also felt like there was something missing.

I Give This Story 2 / 5