The Lord of the Rings' classic tale has provided England with a mythology that seems as real as that of older lore. Following the quest of Frodo and the Fellowship of the Ring to return the One Ring to Mordor, destroying Sauron and his armies in the hope of restoring peace to the lands of Middle Earth, this epic fantasy provides all the elements of a great tale and fantastic legend.
This 50th anniversary text is based on the setting of the HarperCollins three-volume hardcover edition of 2002, which was a revision of the HarperCollins reset edition of 1994.
Conveniently packaged in one volume, this 50th anniversary edition of JRR Tolkien's classic The Lord of the Rings maintains the breaks between the 3-volume set, as well as Tolkien's division of the text into six "books." Appendices and indexes are also included. 1178 pages, hardcover with dust jacket.