The network announced in a press release that it plans to "explore new storylines."
"Beren and Lúthien" is about a relationship between a man and an immortal elf.
1. The Alchemist, Paulo Coehlo Here’s one of those books that everyone recommends, but you never really get to reading. Well
It's all about the legend of Beren and Lúthien, a man and an elf-maiden who would do anything for love.
Alas! The modern subject has mostly despaired and forgotten the enchanted past of nightly journeys ascensions. They are like
Fingers crossed that Peter Jackson doesn't make another trilogy based on them.
It was 1998, I just migrated to the United States from Jordan with my mother to start a new life. As I reflect now on that time period, I realize that I had subconsciously sought a certain cultural trace in order to understand and appreciate America.
This summer, I lived for five weeks in Oxford, where the influence of the Inklings -- the group of Oxford writers and thinkers including J. R. R. Tolkien, C. S. Lewis, Charles Williams, and Owen Barfield -- remains visible everywhere you go.
A shadowy yet powerful organization begins to exert pressure on King Theoden of Rohan to bend to its will -- yes, the wizard Saruman and his minions at Isengard, better known to us as the International Monetary Fund.
A crowdfunding project on Indiegogo has launched a campaign to secure £1.85 billion (around $2.9 billion) in order to realize an exact replica of the city as portrayed in the novels.