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The History of the Hobbit, Part Two by John D. Rateliff
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Took hundreds of pages to get interesting, and then ran out of room in terms of the stories it was setting up... aka the battles that will now be at the beginning of book 6
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A good amount of new information in this one. So weird to finally be done with all 12 of these.
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The Fall of Arthur by J.R.R. Tolkien
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The alliterative poem itself is great, save for the fact that it ends too soon, but that cannot be helped given the circumstances.

As for the lengthy commentary, Christopher was very thorough yet still precise, much more organized it seems (or least m
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