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The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers Creatures

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Packed with photos, this fascinating introduction to the monsters and peoples in the Lord of the Rings film trilogy shows how the filmmakers have brought the inhabitants of Middle-earth to life for the big screen.

The book contains creatures familiar from the first film, from the benign hobbits to Lurtz, the ill-fated leader of the Uruk-hai, and includes races prominent in
Paperback, 48 pages
Published December 6th 2002 by Mariner Books (first published November 1st 2002)
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I've just read this to my son, but I think I liked it more. I don't know if I loved the creatures or the heroes more. The creatures just rule, especially the Balrog. I don't think he is as philosophically intriguing as the creatures who have fallen like the kings/Wraiths, but his look is cooler than any actor in Hollywood. Long live the Balrog!
This book is flooded with quality pictures and a paragraph or two describing them. It was written for children and is a great introduction to the books a
I love this book because it is simple to understand and gives a brief description of all the confusing characters in the film.
Like most of these little books, it doesn't add much once you already have the Art books, but they're still fun.
Excelente complemento para fanáticos de ESDLA.
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David Brawn is the Publishing Director for Harper Collins, responsible for all works by J.R.R. Tolkien that are put out by the publishing house.
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