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Highly recommended to Tolkien fans both new and old.
I really liked this book, because if you see the movie and then read the book description of the characters and places you can see all the mistakes that the movie had.
What this book does is give complete, sourced and easy to find definitions for nearly ALL of the terms, places and people in Middle Earth.
This book is a very good, quick resource to look things up when you're not quite sure about something related to Middle-Earth. It's well done and covers a lot.Published 5 days ago by Matt
Very good condition, hardly any wear and all pages are clean and the cover is wonderful :)Published 1 month ago by Morgan
Not complete & not even particularly useful as a reference work. It isn't nearly as good as J.E.A. Tyler's "Complete Tolkien Companion. Read morePublished 1 month ago by EnglishMajor
Foster's book is an excellent classic reference for 'in-world' information about Middle-earth. For those more inclined to Tolkien's background and contexts, pretty much anything by... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Nelson Goering
Very usefull to uderstand and enjoy all around the books and movies around Tolkien's work. Well writen and easy to use.Published 3 months ago by Angeles Lagos
This was formerly called "The Guide to Middle Earth." Its the equivalent of having both an encyclopedia and dictionary. It also
points out errors made in the books. Read more
Excellent for the Tolkien fan or novice who wants to know who's who and what's what and where is there? I found it a very good reference book.Published 5 months ago by J. Kensington
Exactly what I wanted , characters and places from all of the books following the links make it a good beach book. ,Published 5 months ago by james aloyosis