Hobbits on a Quest for Mt.Doom
Lord of the Rings the Fellowship of the Ring
Dangers and Goals
Dangers and Goals is an ongoing theme in all of the lord of the rings books. Frodo and his companions face dangers such as "Black Riders", Sauron's army, and the very ring that Frodo carries. And the goals they have are to destroy the ring and to survive the journey there and back to the Shire, and "a life full of riches as Bilbo once had".
"There it is Mr.Frodo, Mount Doom."
"The Dark Riders you speak of are Ringwraiths, the nine mortal men who fell victim to the power of the ring and became servants of Sauron."
"Look Frodo its him The Eye."
An amazing adventure the likes of which you never could have imagined.
All of this started when Gandalf a member of the wise and a wizard sent Frodo Baggins of the Shire and a few faithful friends on a quest to destroy an evil ring of power. This ring of power could resurrect one of the most evil people in Middle Earth, Sauron. And in the entire journey Frodo's brave friends and Noble members of the Fellowship of the Ring help to get him to Mount Doom and cast the Ring into its fires.
J.R.R Tolkien was born January 3, 1892 in South Africa. After fighting in the first world war he became a very recognized "philologist". He was known very well though for the creation of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. The book has no awards but it has received great reviews and the movie has received many awards.