The Two Towers - J. R. R. Tolkien

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John Ronald Reuel Tolkien: artist, scholar, and linguist.Tolkien, best known for writing The Lord of the Rings, taught for the majority of his life at the University of Oxford.


The second book in the Lord of the Rings trilogy, "The Two Towers," was written by J.R.R. Tolkien.The story is about hobbits, elves, and men and takes place in Middle-earth.


It is about a hobbit named Frodo Baggins who is the keeper of the One Ring, which was stolen from him by the Dark Lord Sauron hundreds of years ago.To eliminate Mordor, Frodo must travel to it.Two books tell the story of Frodo and his friends as they fulfill their destiny in the battle for Middle-earth.

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The book follows adventures of Aragorn, Legolas, Gimli, Merry, and Pippin after their friendship is severed and they each pursue their own paths.When Boromir tries to save Merry and Pippin from Orcs, he dies.When the Orcs travel across Rohan to transport the Hobbits to Isengard, Merry and Pippin end up being held captive by them.

Riders of Rohan eliminate the Orcs, allowing Merry and Pippin to make their way into the Fangorn Forest, where they meet Treebeard, an Ent.In an effort to save Merry and Pippin, Aragorn, Legolas, and Gimli follow the path that the Orcs have taken.They fall days behind the Orcs because they cannot travel as quickly or without rest.

Gandalf, who has emerged from death to complete his quest, is encountered by the three.Gandalf is aware that Treebeard is safe for the hobbits.He takes the three to Rohan, where they protect the King of Rohan from Saruman's connection.

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With the assistance of Hurons, ancient trees who detest the Orcs for cutting down their brethren, the men battle trolls, men of the mountains, and Orcs.After they defeat Saruman's army, some of them travel to Isengard.

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To get through the dangers of Mordor, they must rely on Gollum's guidance.They have to rely on Gollum to show them another way because they find the gates of Mordor to be overly guarded.Gollum assists in preventing Sauron from acquiring the Ring because he wants it for himself.

He believes that if he assists the hobbits, he will acquire the Ring for himself.Men from Gondor spy on the hobbits.Faramir, their captain, is Boromir's brother.He asks the hobbits about his brother's death because he knows about it.


ENDING -  Sam takes the Ring because he thinks his master is dead and wants to go on his own journey.But he can't leave his master, and he finds that the Orcs have taken Frodo from the spider's venom. He's not dead, just unconscious.Now that Sam has the Ring, he needs to figure out how to save Frodo from the enemies.


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