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Untangling Tolkien: A Chronological Reference to the Lord of the Rings

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Here is the book Tolkien fans have needed for 50 years--a detailed chronologyof Tolkien's complex tale.
Paperback, 252 pages
Published September 5th 2003 by Inkling Books
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Can be confusing and hard to start. Get through the first 75 or so pages, and it becomes a great tale in the spirit of middle earth.
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