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Smaug certainly looked fast asleep, when Bilbo peeped once more from the entrance. He was just about to step out onto the floor when he caught a sudden thin ray of red from under the drooping lid of Smaug's left eye. He was only pretending to be sleep! He was watching the tunnel entrance! Whisked from his comfortable hobbit-hole by Gandalf the wizard and a band of dwarves, Smaug certainly looked fast asleep, when Bilbo peeped once more from the entrance. He was just about to step out onto the floor when he caught a sudden thin ray of red from under the drooping lid of Smaug's left eye. He was only pretending to be sleep! He was watching the tunnel entrance! Whisked from his comfortable hobbit-hole by Gandalf the wizard and a band of dwarves, Bilbo Baggins finds himself caught up in a plot to raid the treasure hoard of Smaug the Magnificent, a large and very dangerous dragon.


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Smaug certainly looked fast asleep, when Bilbo peeped once more from the entrance. He was just about to step out onto the floor when he caught a sudden thin ray of red from under the drooping lid of Smaug's left eye. He was only pretending to be sleep! He was watching the tunnel entrance! Whisked from his comfortable hobbit-hole by Gandalf the wizard and a band of dwarves, Smaug certainly looked fast asleep, when Bilbo peeped once more from the entrance. He was just about to step out onto the floor when he caught a sudden thin ray of red from under the drooping lid of Smaug's left eye. He was only pretending to be sleep! He was watching the tunnel entrance! Whisked from his comfortable hobbit-hole by Gandalf the wizard and a band of dwarves, Bilbo Baggins finds himself caught up in a plot to raid the treasure hoard of Smaug the Magnificent, a large and very dangerous dragon.

30 review for The Hobbit, Part One

  1. 4 out of 5

    Aishu Rehman

    A great book for anyone of any age. However, more importantly the message of being willing to face your fears really hits home. I LOVED IT!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Rocco Zeno

    ***The Hobbit is a fantasy novel written by J.R.R. Tolkien, the same author responsible for the well known 'Lord of the Rings' trilogy. The story takes place in an alternate world of magic and dragons referred to as 'Middle Earth'. Our Main protagonist is a hobbit named Bilbo Baggins who loves nothing more than peace and quiet, that is unexpectedly drug on an adventure by a wizard named Gandalf with a group of dwarves. The story takes place on this adventure, and the hardships the group enduress ***The Hobbit is a fantasy novel written by J.R.R. Tolkien, the same author responsible for the well known 'Lord of the Rings' trilogy. The story takes place in an alternate world of magic and dragons referred to as 'Middle Earth'. Our Main protagonist is a hobbit named Bilbo Baggins who loves nothing more than peace and quiet, that is unexpectedly drug on an adventure by a wizard named Gandalf with a group of dwarves. The story takes place on this adventure, and the hardships the group enduress. The book was incredibly entertaining all the way through, and relatively easy to follow throughout most of it. The main protagonist is relatable and relatively realistic in terms of how somebody would act that's in his position, and as the world develops around him, there's visible change in him as well. The story is very well crafted with many memorable characters and moments that will make you laugh and cry (well, maybe not cry; but at least feel sad), it is truly a ride all the way though. The only real issue I had with it is the descriptions were sometimes lengthy and hard to follow when it came to landscapes and settings, and that sometimes created confusion soon after. Overall, it was enjoyable; and there's no question why this story is a classic.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Alicia

    My first audiobook! The Hobbit is one of my all time favourite books, and I really enjoyed listening to it. The narrator did a fantastic job!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Alexandra Lydia

    This may be sacraligeous, but I must say: this book is indulgent in the worst ways. Never have I ever wanted to read an eight pages long description of every bush along a path, and yet that is exactly what Tolkein delivered. This book could be summarized swiftly, and yet it remains a long, painful tale of a hobbit on an adventure. While fantasy, it forces you to experience Bilbo's tale on EXACTLY Tolkein's terms, rather than let you colour in moments with your own imagaination, thus drawing you This may be sacraligeous, but I must say: this book is indulgent in the worst ways. Never have I ever wanted to read an eight pages long description of every bush along a path, and yet that is exactly what Tolkein delivered. This book could be summarized swiftly, and yet it remains a long, painful tale of a hobbit on an adventure. While fantasy, it forces you to experience Bilbo's tale on EXACTLY Tolkein's terms, rather than let you colour in moments with your own imagaination, thus drawing you into the story. I took a class on Tolkein in University in an attempt to better appreciate his tales, but I remain indignant. My husband would weep at this review, since he believes The Hobbit to be a great literary triumph. Alas, as the saying goes, to each their own :)

  5. 5 out of 5

    Hadar

    I know people love "the Hobbit", but I couldn't finish the book. I'm not a big fan of fantasy or Sci-Fi books - I prefer watch those stuff as a movie rather than read them. I'll probably watch the trilogy sometime, when I'm in the mood for that. Glad I gave it a chance though, it's good to break your limits, try something new, but I don't believe in reading something just bc everybody else read it and loved it. Every person is different and love other things than his companions and friends, and I know people love "the Hobbit", but I couldn't finish the book. I'm not a big fan of fantasy or Sci-Fi books - I prefer watch those stuff as a movie rather than read them. I'll probably watch the trilogy sometime, when I'm in the mood for that. Glad I gave it a chance though, it's good to break your limits, try something new, but I don't believe in reading something just bc everybody else read it and loved it. Every person is different and love other things than his companions and friends, and that fine.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Booklander Esmani

    I heard the film adaptation of the Lord of The Rings is coming once again. I am excited. So I thought I'll start re-reading my way into this world once again. I forgot how great and incredible writing this book had. I heard the film adaptation of the Lord of The Rings is coming once again. I am excited. So I thought I'll start re-reading my way into this world once again. I forgot how great and incredible writing this book had.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Emma Voelpel

    If you heard a weird noise while reading this book, that was me chewing the bed out of sheer boredom, good book though

  8. 4 out of 5

    Robert Parsons

    I watched the film first. I thought the film was long but there is so much more in the book. I had to take notes so I didn't lose where I was. A great book though and I love Lord of The Rings I watched the film first. I thought the film was long but there is so much more in the book. I had to take notes so I didn't lose where I was. A great book though and I love Lord of The Rings

  9. 5 out of 5

    Lily McLeod

    This is really the most boring book I’ve ever read. Normally I love fantasy but I hated this book so much, even though I was actually kinda excited to read it because it sounded interesting but I was disappointed with the first chapter, but I kept reading hoping it would get better but it didn’t

  10. 4 out of 5

    BookDragon Sanjj

    So it might sound cheesy and too late to review this book and say it's so amazingly built world which it is. But I won't be just saying this is a good read just to go with the crowd. I'm saying it's a good read because it has flowing writing. Though I must also admit that the book has a lot of descriptions of settings and the world, and at times it might feel too much. But I didn't have any problem with those. Because whenever that happened, I put it down and reached for other books in my to-be- So it might sound cheesy and too late to review this book and say it's so amazingly built world which it is. But I won't be just saying this is a good read just to go with the crowd. I'm saying it's a good read because it has flowing writing. Though I must also admit that the book has a lot of descriptions of settings and the world, and at times it might feel too much. But I didn't have any problem with those. Because whenever that happened, I put it down and reached for other books in my to-be-read shelf. Since this is a classic fantasy, I wasn't in a hurry to finish it. So maybe that's why I didn't much feel the overdescriptions as much as other readers seemed to have felt now that I'm seeing others' reviews too. Overall it's still a wellbuilt world put together with wellwritten pages. I think it's still a must-read.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Andrea Sirois

    I was not much of a fantasy reader (let me say again, WAS not) and I was recommended this book. It is definitely a book a child could read, I got it done pretty quickly. Not only because of how cute/interesting the story is, but I could just not put it down! Everytime I would stop reading it for the day, I'd look forward to the next because you never knew what was going to happen. The characters are perfect, the story line flows- it is just a genuinely good book for anyone to read. I was not much of a fantasy reader (let me say again, WAS not) and I was recommended this book. It is definitely a book a child could read, I got it done pretty quickly. Not only because of how cute/interesting the story is, but I could just not put it down! Everytime I would stop reading it for the day, I'd look forward to the next because you never knew what was going to happen. The characters are perfect, the story line flows- it is just a genuinely good book for anyone to read.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Murtaza Kuwarawala

    Finally, after a long time started with Hobbit. The first part of the story deals with how a hobbit named Bilbo befriends certain dwarves and starts on an adventure of a lifetime. The second part takes on the new twists and turns which would ultimately lead the base for the book LOTR. Though a Children's book, this book hooks you unto it like a charm. Do not miss it if you can. Finally, after a long time started with Hobbit. The first part of the story deals with how a hobbit named Bilbo befriends certain dwarves and starts on an adventure of a lifetime. The second part takes on the new twists and turns which would ultimately lead the base for the book LOTR. Though a Children's book, this book hooks you unto it like a charm. Do not miss it if you can.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Millie Hodgson

    this book was sooooooo old-fashioned so it got really boring

  14. 4 out of 5

    Isobelle Sevrance

    Tons of fun to read ace book👍

  15. 4 out of 5

    Cynthia Young

    I enjoyed the audio version

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jocelyn

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The Hobbit is a classic tale of adventure, excitement, and home. The book follows Bilbo Baggins, a hobbit who has no interest in adventure, as he goes on a journey with thirteen dwarves and a wizard. Bilbo begins his journey at his hobbit-hole. He meets Gandalf, a familiar wizard, and they make small talk until Gandalf tries to convince Bilbo to come on an adventure with him. Bilbo refuses and Gandalf leaves, but not before he puts a mark on Bilbo's door that leads the thirteen dwarves to his ho The Hobbit is a classic tale of adventure, excitement, and home. The book follows Bilbo Baggins, a hobbit who has no interest in adventure, as he goes on a journey with thirteen dwarves and a wizard. Bilbo begins his journey at his hobbit-hole. He meets Gandalf, a familiar wizard, and they make small talk until Gandalf tries to convince Bilbo to come on an adventure with him. Bilbo refuses and Gandalf leaves, but not before he puts a mark on Bilbo's door that leads the thirteen dwarves to his hole. The next day, the thirteen dwarves begin arriving and they demand food and a place to sleep. Bilbo is annoyed that they make themselves so at home. They clean and cook in his kitchen. After the dwarves are satisfied with the food and the cleaning, they sit down and begin discussing their adventure. Bilbo is shocked to learn that he is expected to come with them. The dwarves talk about the journey they have planned to recapture their treasure from an evil dragon. The dragon stole the treasure from the dwarves many years ago, and he has been hoarding it ever since. Bilbo tries to get out of going, but he can't resist and inevitably ends up joining them. The party sets out and they go far before they begin to get into trouble. The first obstacle they overcome are trolls. The trolls capture the dwarves and Bilbo and they can't find an escape. As the sun rises, the trolls turn into stone. The dwarves escape and they take the swords and food that the trolls were carrying. The dwarves continue on their journey for many more days. They run out of food and water quickly. The dwarves and hobbit are miserable for many days until Gandalf takes them to meet Elrond, one of the elven leaders in Mid-World. Elrond welcomes them and they recover for many days before leaving with fresh supplies. The dwarves begin an incredibly treacherous journey through the Misty Mountains. Shortly after they begin, a heavy rain storm begins over the mountains. The dwarves take cover in a cave. They don't realize that the cave is actually the entrance to the tunnels of the goblins who inhabit the mountain. The goblins take the dwarves and hobbit as prisoners. Gandalf escapes after killing some goblins. The dwarves are taken before the goblin king and they realize that there is no escape. Suddenly, Gandalf appears and kills the goblin king. The goblins are thrown into a frenzy and the dwarves escape after fighting off many of them. The dwarves attempt to flee the mountains. As they near the exit, the goblins catch up to them and Bilbo gets left behind. Strangely enough, the goblins don't find him and Bilbo begins exploring the caves. Bilbo comes across a ring and he pockets it. He ventures very deep into the tunnels. Eventually he comes across a lake where he meets Gollum. Bilbo realizes that Gollum wishes to eat him and he begins a riddle competition with Gollum to hold him off. Gollum and Bilbo agree to the terms that if Bilbo wins, Gollum has to take him out of the caves, and if Gollum wins, he gets to eat Bilbo. Bilbo and Gollum compete for quite some time. Bilbo begins to worry and he asks Gollum "What do I have in my pocket?" Gollum does not know and he guesses to no avail. Bilbo tells Gollum to take him out of the cave, and Gollum pretends to agree. He returns to the lake saying that he needs to get something before they go. Bilbo waits for Gollum, but Gollum can't find what he's looking for. Gollum decides to go back to Bilbo and eat him, but Bilbo sees him coming back and he slips on the ring and begins running away. Gollum can't find Bilbo and he starts off up the tunnel. Bilbo follows him and they eventually arrive at the rear door to the goblin caves. Gollum decides to sit and wait for Bilbo to come up, so he can snag him. Little does he know, Bilbo has found his magic ring that makes him invisible. Eventually, Bilbo decides that he can't wait any longer. He jumps over gollum and escapes the goblins. Bilbo is worried because he doesn't know where the dwarves are. He is just about to go back into the goblin tunnels when he hears voices coming from the woods. He follows them and is reunited with the dwarves. They begin on their journey again. Unfortunately, the goblins are following the dwarves. The goblins follow them for some time, but the dwarves do not notice. One night, the dwarves are attacked by the Wargs, evil wolves, and they are chased up trees. Gandalf uses his magic and lights many of the wolves on fire. The wolves try to extinguish the flames, but they spread them to the forest all around them. The goblins arrive and they devise a plan to kill the dwarves. They light the trees that the dwarves are in on fire. The dwarves are sure of death, but suddenly Great Eagles swoop in and rescue them. The dwarves, Gandalf and Bilbo are taken to the birds' eyrie. There they meet the king of Eagles and they talk about their journey. The Eagle king helps put them back on the right path. A short while later, Gandalf takes the party to an unfamiliar house. They become friends with the owner, a skin-changer named Beorn, and he agrees to give them food, water, and ponies to ride. They leave the house and venture to the edge of the Mirkwood forest. Gandalf tells them that he must leave. The party begs for him to stay, but he denies and leaves them. The party begin making their way through Mirkwood forest. The forest is very dangerous and he dwarves are warned not to leave the path. Eventually, the party runs out of supplies and they become very hungry and wearisome. The dwarves see elves having a feast deep in the woods, and they decide to go and beg for food. They try to get in, but as soon as they set foot in the celebration, the elves disappear. They try many times until they become tired and fall asleep. When they wake up, they are being tied up in spider webs. Bilbo is by himself and he manages to cut out of the webbing and kill one of the spiders. Bilbo realizes that he must save the other dwarves and he concocts a plan for doing so. He uses the magic ring and lures the spiders away, then he returns to the dwarves and cuts them free. They escape the spiders and fall right into the trap of the elves. The elves take the dwarves as prisoners and they take them to the dungeons. Bilbo still has the magic ring and he evades capture. He follows the elves into their caves and spends many days trying to think of how to free the dwarves. He eventually sets them all free and they escape through the river that runs through the caves. The dwarves and Bilbo make it all the way to the Esgaroth or Lake-town. They receive a warm welcome from the civilians and they are given a wonderful feast. The dwarves leave and continue onto the final leg of their journey. They must climb the mountain and find their way into a secret entrance. The dwarves make it to the mountain at last. They find the secret passage and they camp outside of it. The dwarves cannot figure out how they are supposed to enter the passage until Bilbo discovers the key to opening it. The party sends Bilbo into the passage to see what he discovers. He goes and finds the dragon, Smaug, sitting on all of the riches. Bilbo steals a gold cup from the dragon and sneaks back to the dwarves. Smaug wakes up and realizes that the cup is missing. He is thrown into a rage and he begins trying to destroy the passageway. Bilbo creeps into the center of the mountain again and he talks with Smaug. Smaug leaves and goes to attack the Lake-people. Bilbo and the dwarves enter the mountain and take armor, weapons, and riches. They prepare for Smaug's return. They find a new hiding spot and wait for a few days. Smaug never returns. In fact, he was killed by the Lake-people. The Lake-people have sworn revenge against the dwarves. They have decided that they should receive some if not all of the riches for themselves. The Lake-people begin amassing a giant army and prepare to climb the mountain. They make their way up the mountain and begin trying to bargain with the dwarves. The leader of the dwarves refuses to share with them and they begin camping outside of the mountain. Bilbo is deeply saddened by the fighting between the two sides and he decides that he must make them bargain. Bilbo takes the most valuable treasure, Arkenstone, and gives it to the Lake-people. He tells to use it as a bargaining object. They do and the dwarves promise them 1/14 of the riches. The dwarves have no intenetion of carrying through with this promise and instead call reinforcements. The reinforcements arrive and the groups begin fighting when Gandalf appears and stops them. Gandalf tells them that the goblins have collected themselves and are working with the Wargs to attack the dwarves. They are very near the mountain and the Lake-people, dwarves, and elves must work together to defeat them. The goblins arrive shortly after and war begins. Many members of both sides are killed. The dwarves, elves, and Lake-people begin to lose hope. Suddenly, the Eagles swoop in and help. Shortly afterward Beorn arrives and the goblins lose quickly. Bilbo is knocked out during the fight and he wakes up after it is over. Bilbo learns that the leader of the dwarves is dying and he wishes to see Bilbo one more time. The two reconnect and the leader dies peacefully. Bilbo finally gets to return home and he is very excited. Bilbo returns home and learns that his family has begun auctioning off his things. Bilbo has to buy many of them back with his newly acquired riches. Bilbo is very happy to be home again. He lives the rest of his life in peace. I enjoyed rereading this book. I remembered parts of it from when I read it four years ago. This book was even more enchanting the second time around. The Hobbit is a story full of wonder and amazement. I feel like I went on the journey with the dwarves and Bilbo. It was definitely easier to understand at an older age, but I recommend it to all ages. -Jocelyn Kuntz Age 14

  17. 5 out of 5

    Aahlad

    I love the book. It is a book of adventure, sorrow and happiness

  18. 4 out of 5

    David Dustin

    There’s a lot to like about this one. The adventure is fun, it’s rich in themes, the character change in Bilbo is awesome to track, and the world is very thoroughly built. Definitely an easier read than Lord of the Rings. I see Greed as the main antagonist. Smaug is marked by it, it pits Thorin against his friends and family, and it causes the battle of the five armies. Ultimately, I think everyone needs a little more Bilbo Baggins in them. Final Verdict: Bilbo’s savage riddle about 20+ “horses” ( There’s a lot to like about this one. The adventure is fun, it’s rich in themes, the character change in Bilbo is awesome to track, and the world is very thoroughly built. Definitely an easier read than Lord of the Rings. I see Greed as the main antagonist. Smaug is marked by it, it pits Thorin against his friends and family, and it causes the battle of the five armies. Ultimately, I think everyone needs a little more Bilbo Baggins in them. Final Verdict: Bilbo’s savage riddle about 20+ “horses” (teeth) must still feel like a burn for the 5 toothed Gollum.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Nawid Adelyar

    I picked this book up from a book store in Coventry and decided to give it a go as a way to keep myself entertained during busy exam season. I wanted to try my luck at fiction books and heard have heard that the books by Tolkien are great. Had I really enjoyed this book, I would have been prepared to read the rest of the Lord of The Rings books, but I am not so sure having finished The Hobbit and feeling dissatisfied. The book started off nicely and I was engaged with most of the first half. Afte I picked this book up from a book store in Coventry and decided to give it a go as a way to keep myself entertained during busy exam season. I wanted to try my luck at fiction books and heard have heard that the books by Tolkien are great. Had I really enjoyed this book, I would have been prepared to read the rest of the Lord of The Rings books, but I am not so sure having finished The Hobbit and feeling dissatisfied. The book started off nicely and I was engaged with most of the first half. After this, especially towards the end, I really lost interest and wasn't really captivated by the book anymore. I think most fiction books are just not for me at this moment in time and I find myself wanting to read books that are more factual or provide some sort of direct benefit in my life. Overall, an average book in my opinion.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Ethan Villanueva

    Bilbo Baggins lives a quiet, peaceful life in his comfortable hole at Bag End. Bilbo lives in a hole because he is a hobbit one of a race of small, plump people about half the size of humans, with furry toes and a great love of good food and drink. Bilbo is quite content at Bag End, near the bustling hobbit village of Hobbiton, but one day his comfort is shattered by the arrival of the old wizard Gandalf, who persuades Bilbo to set out on an adventure with a group of thirteen militant dwarves. T Bilbo Baggins lives a quiet, peaceful life in his comfortable hole at Bag End. Bilbo lives in a hole because he is a hobbit one of a race of small, plump people about half the size of humans, with furry toes and a great love of good food and drink. Bilbo is quite content at Bag End, near the bustling hobbit village of Hobbiton, but one day his comfort is shattered by the arrival of the old wizard Gandalf, who persuades Bilbo to set out on an adventure with a group of thirteen militant dwarves. The dwarves are very skeptical about Gandalf’s choice for a burglar, and Bilbo is terrified to leave his comfortable life to seek adventure. But Gandalf assures both Bilbo and the dwarves that there is more to the little hobbit than meets the eye.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Le Le

    I thought it was a really nice book. It all started with the wizard Gandalf bringing some dwarves to the hobbit Bilbo Baggins' doorstep. They wind up in an adventure for gold, something Bilbo has never done once in his sheltered life. During their journey, some of the dangers they encounter are trolls and goblins, but aided by Gandalf's friends and acquaintances like the eagles, they survive the journey. Now I'm still not sure what's going to happen next, I'm still not finished reading it. I thought it was a really nice book. It all started with the wizard Gandalf bringing some dwarves to the hobbit Bilbo Baggins' doorstep. They wind up in an adventure for gold, something Bilbo has never done once in his sheltered life. During their journey, some of the dangers they encounter are trolls and goblins, but aided by Gandalf's friends and acquaintances like the eagles, they survive the journey. Now I'm still not sure what's going to happen next, I'm still not finished reading it.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Tanvi

    Does this really need a review? The story is pretty enjoyable & easy to follow through & ends right after they escape an elven King. Unlike other Tolkien, it is less descriptive in comparison & probably will be really enjoyed by children & adults alike. The language is also simple, yet creates these beautiful worlds. Looking forward to reading part 2.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Abi Collins

    Kinda disappointed, ngl. I expected great things from this book, yet it wasn’t that entertaining. It was an effort to finish tbh and I got very bored.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Bella Bean

    Most every child dreams of embarking on some fantastical adventure; meeting odd creatures, fighting dragons, finding treasure, and saving the day are what fuel those visionaries feeling stuck in their reality. Bilbo Baggins is quite a different visionary, however, as even the idea of leaving his comfortable hobbit-hill causes a shudder through his unadventurous body. But called on an adventure he is, quested by the wizard Gandalf the Grey, and set to accompany 13 bold dwarves for revenge of thei Most every child dreams of embarking on some fantastical adventure; meeting odd creatures, fighting dragons, finding treasure, and saving the day are what fuel those visionaries feeling stuck in their reality. Bilbo Baggins is quite a different visionary, however, as even the idea of leaving his comfortable hobbit-hill causes a shudder through his unadventurous body. But called on an adventure he is, quested by the wizard Gandalf the Grey, and set to accompany 13 bold dwarves for revenge of their lost treasure. Entirely caught off guard and petrified by his circumstances, Bilbo slowly but surely understands the magnitude of his courage, the power of his mind, and the humble strength even a small hobbit can wield. J.R.R. Tolkien is a master in description and storytelling for even a younger audience to understand, and his poetry and lessons in The Hobbit added a detailed touch to the book. As a classic and now a major movie trilogy, I think everyone should read this book; however, it is rather slow-paced and sometimes too descriptive. Tolkien wants readers to view the story from exactly Bilbo's point of view, which is very interesting but it can become boring after a couple of chapters. I still loved the storyline, characters, and especially Bilbo's internal growth. One way or another we are all forced to embark on some kind of journey we would rather not be on, but Bilbo's growth and change of heart show that there is always something to learn and grow from in every unfortunate circumstance. I gave this book 3 out of 5 stars because it was a fantastic read, but it took me several weeks to complete due to the slower chapters within.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Liawèn

    Love the story, love the voice but I can’t help it, the movie has worked its way into my heart and mind...I can only see Martin Freeman, Richard Armitage and Ian McKellen before my eyes when I listen to the Hobbit. It took some time getting used to different voices but thy are fitting. I especially liked the Riddles in the dark and the company’s time at Beorn’s. Now on to the last adventures!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jay.B

    "'You are come to the very edge of the Wild, as some of you may know. Hidden somewhere ahead of us is the fair valley of Rivendell where Elrond lives in the Last Homely House. I sent a message from my friends, and we are expected.'" (Tolkien 46). This is significant because the elves were very helpful to Bilbo and saw the leader of the group of elves, Elrond, he was a true leader, we were as strong as a warrior and as wise as a wizard. after that, Bilbao got he help from Elrond, he was able to t "'You are come to the very edge of the Wild, as some of you may know. Hidden somewhere ahead of us is the fair valley of Rivendell where Elrond lives in the Last Homely House. I sent a message from my friends, and we are expected.'" (Tolkien 46). This is significant because the elves were very helpful to Bilbo and saw the leader of the group of elves, Elrond, he was a true leader, we were as strong as a warrior and as wise as a wizard. after that, Bilbao got he help from Elrond, he was able to track the ancient runes, and the company's new weapons and on Thorin's map of the mountain. This really affected Bilboa Baggins and his journey to find the ring.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Ciana Armstrong

    I really enjoyed this book. It is a good story and they use good words. I think that the last bit of the book was good because I think it would make people want to read part 2. Overall I really like this book and would recommend it to some people.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Rutika Yeolekar

    This is a delightful read. The Hobbit is imaginative and comforting. Each character is written so well that you start seeing the world through Bilbo's lens. Honestly, this is my favorite book of 2020. I almost wish I had read it a long time ago. This is a delightful read. The Hobbit is imaginative and comforting. Each character is written so well that you start seeing the world through Bilbo's lens. Honestly, this is my favorite book of 2020. I almost wish I had read it a long time ago.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Nico

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. i think that it was a good book.

  30. 5 out of 5

    JosiePosy3

    I like The Hobbit. It was a fun book. I liked the dwarfs and the wizards. I liked the part with the dragon because it had lots of jewels on it.

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