Guide to Middle Earth 2004
Readers and moviegoers alike have once again fallen in love with Frodo Baggins and the tale of his Quest through Middle-earth. Although the story told in "The Hobbit and "The Lord of the Rings has enthralled readers for more than fifty years, "The Two Towers--the recently released second movie of the trilogy--continues to draw new fans to J.R.R. Tolkien's epic adventure. The first movie has become the fifth top-grossing movie of all time, and sales of all Tolkien-related materials were $21.5 million for the first half of 2002. With this growing popularity, new and old fans alike will delight in the return of the "Guide to Middle-Earth 2004 Calendar. Classic information exploring key characters and events is combined with new daily entries that provide insights into details and minutiae that give Tolkien's story its depth and drama. The tale's legions of followers will find this yearlong guide an indispensable companion as they travel through the lands of Middle-earth.
- 137.16 x 142.24 x 45.72mm | 381.02g
- 15 Aug 2003
- Andrews McMeel Publishing
- Kansas City, United States