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The Lord of the Rings: Complete Visual Companion

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The official, fully authorized full-color guide to the characters, places, and landscapes of J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth as depicted in The Lord of the Rings movie trilogy.

Fully illustrated with almost 300 color photographs, including stunning new images from the extended director's versions of The Fellowship of the Ring and The Two Towers, and exclusive "first-look" sho
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Paperback, 224 pages
Published November 15th 2004 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (first published 2004)
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Rose
The Lord of the Rings Complete Visual Companion includes all of the information from The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers, and The Return of the King visual companions, but with updated photos from the extended versions of the films. There are several new sections in this complete omnibus edition, including the Corsairs of Umbar, the crowning of King Elessar, and the Grey Havens. This is definitely a fun and enjoyable read for any fan of Middle Earth, whether young or old!
AJ McDial
Initial thoughts:

1. Very comprehensive and reader-friendly.
2. Some pictures are (a) blurry, (b), have so much noise, and (c) in low-res.
3. Too brief for such an epic.
4. Some parts of the individual visual companion for each part of the trilogy are omitted in this bind-up edition.
5. Overall, it's not bad, but not great either. Still worthy as a collection for an LOTR fan.
Jesse Booth
What a fun, beautiful read! The book is full of still photos of the happenings in the movie, but is combined with information from the books. I thought it was put together in the best organized way. I even sketched one of the pictures of Gandalf. I'm sure I'll be drawing more from the pictures in the book.
Alycia
This is a movie trilogy full of hotties, and this book showcases all the amazingly beautiful people in the cast.
Fangirl
Filled with lots of beautiful pictures from the movie.
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Jude Fisher is the pseudonym for Jane Johnson, who is the Publisher of HarperCollins' science fiction and fantasy list, Voyager. She has also been involved in the publishing of JRR Tolkien's works for many years. As Gabriel King she has written four novels, with co-author M. John Harrison: THE WILD ROAD, THE GOLDEN CAT, THE KNOT GARDEN and NONESUCH. She is also the author of the official VISUAL CO ...more
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