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The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Visual Companion Hardcover – November 6, 2012
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I pre-ordered this book, and rec'd and read it before the US release of the movie. Perhaps Ms. Fisher was not allowed to divulge too much info before the movie premier?
It is just fine if you are looking for a good-looking book for your shelf or coffee table, or to complete your collection. But for information about the movie, The Battle of the Five Armies, there is very little to discover.
There wasn't enough narrative nor in-depth information like I wanted to see.
The only pro was there was some nice photos, but for me not enough to spend the money for the book.
pictures than text! But I love it! It was simple, and explained everything in a clear, concise manner
that I even got people wanting to borrow it. It had beautiful pictures of the characters, locations,
and even drawings from the movie that I have something to keep and enjoy in my library for years
I especially liked the photos and background on each individual Dwarf. So many Dwarves appear almost simultaneously in the book (and the movie). I have read the book dozens of times since I first found it in 1967, and have often wished for a better way to sort out the Dwarves. Thus I was enchanted with the casting and costumes as shown in the Visual Companion. Who knew Bombur would be so distinguished and fine looking (love that red hair!)? Or that Kili would turn out to be such a heart throb?
The only things I would have liked to have seen more of were Hobbit house interiors, and Smaug! Where is the dreaded Smaug!
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