This book was fun to read as well as informative.
Considering the small size and limited scope of this book, so many errors make the main portions of this book worse than useless.
It is said in the book that JRRT developed fifteen languages for the books, of which the best known are the two Elven dialects.
I love this book! I will soon be speaking in the Elvish language. Anyone who is a Lord of the Rings junkie, needs to read this book.Published 6 months ago by Sally Young
This is a great book for everyone who is a fan of "Middle-Earth", J.R.R. Tolkien's books, made-up languages, and foreign languages in general.Published 7 months ago by Garrison56
This clearly written and easy to understand treatise of the fourteen languages will greatly expand your horizons of J.R.R. Read morePublished 12 months ago by B. Quark
Want to learn elvish? Get this book. It is very helpful when you learn the language. You should use this with the other book out there on amazon.com.Published 12 months ago by Krys
I have an odd obsession with learning made-up languages so this book is a must have! I love it! Thank you Ruth S. Noel!Published 15 months ago by Teresa Thomas
I have read this book from cover to cover and that's really something considering it's mostly a dictionary. The book is truly imaginative as was Tolkien. Ruth S. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Kenneth Stover
I did like this book, it was really interesting to read, but it needs to be supplemented with other books in order to learn more about the languagesPublished 17 months ago by Joseph Hernandez
I love languages so why not look into languages which are "technically" not real...but Tolkien did it though... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Vidalina P. Arthur-snead