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A BBC radio full-cast dramatisation of the second book in JRR Tolkien's Lord of the Rings trilogy. Brian Sibley's famous 1981 adaptation, starring Ian Holm and Michael Hordern, has been divided into three corresponding parts, with newly recorded beginning and end narration by Ian Holm.

Product Details

  • Listening Length: 4 hours and 29 minutes
  • Program Type: Audiobook
  • Version: Original recording
  • Publisher: BBC Worldwide Limited
  • Audible.co.uk Release Date: 5 Sept. 2007
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B002SQ5DCO

Customer Reviews

Absolutely, utterly, superb.

 on 12 November 2016
By Mr. L. Porter
Absolutely, utterly, superb.

The Hobbit: Facsimile First Edition

 on 15 November 2016
By Bob C
This has been a long-delayed product, but I found it to be worth the wait. I was pleasantly surprised by how nice the slipcase was and it arrived here in the U.S. undamaged, which is not always the case. I had to order this from AmazonUK because AmazonUS cancelled the product, several times. And I wasn’t going to wait for them to actually get it in stock. Because frequently many of the Tolkien offerings from AmazonUK never end up here in the U.S. To me, it’s well worth international shipping.


 on 1 November 2014
By Helpless
This book is expensive, a paperback would be a fraction of the price, but it is worth every penny. I had just finished reading the Hobbit to my 9 year old and thought The Lord of the Rings would be a great follow on from that.

If you want a good looking set of these books without having to splash …

 on 22 February 2016
By Solly Gratia
This review is for the Houghton Mifflin Harcourt deluxe editions of Lord of the Rings single volume, and box set of LotR and The Hobbit.

Brilliant book! A real page turner.

 on 1 July 2015
By AmbigousBarrel
I don’t want to spoil it for anyone who hasn’t read it yet so I will avoid saying anything in the story, but the book itself is well made and although paper back, I found it quite durable. The writing was easy to read and the chapters are well spaced. I am now looking forward to reading the third book in the series! I will say one thing however about the story; when I started reading the books, it was after watching the movies by Peter Jackson and I heard that you either like the books or the movies and rarely both, I used to think rather naively perhaps “Well if the movies are based off the books is there a difference?” Well after reading the first book and just finished reading this one I can say there are certainly more details in the books as compared to the movies. I won’t say more for fear of spoiling the story but if you have watched the movies, give the books a try too you may be pleasantly surprised, I know I was/am 🙂

The best edition to-date of the Lord of the Rings

 on 1 May 2018
This review is about this specific edition, not Tolkien’s work (which hardly needs more reviews anyway).

The Lord Of The Rings Special Edition Review

 on 1 September 2015
By Zedman
Beware if you are buying this 2004 hardcover edition, having read the product description and expecting it to be a 3 volume boxset.

Great Quality, Good Price

 on 7 December 2017
By Abdul Butt
This book is great quality for the price. Buy this if you would like to read the Lord of the Rings but do not have a particular large budget. Came in perfect condition, with no complaints. This is perfect for those who would like to further indulge in the Tolkien series beyond the movies. As someone who had only seen the movies, the book opened me up to new things which were left out in the movie so it is certainly a book to read for those Lord of the Rings fans. One thing is that the pages are quite thin so they can be torn if not dealt with care, however I have not torn my copy of this book.

Excellence on Excellence

 on 21 January 2015
By I. A. Wright
I’ve been a follower of Tolkein for more decades than I care to remember. He took more care when writing his tales, reading forward and backward, to remove all kinks. His in-depth knowledge of Old English and Old Norse legends provided the basis of his stories, to wonderful effect.

The Fellowship of the Ring: 50th Anniversary Edition [Hardcover]

 on 12 July 2013
By Nat Whilk
An unfortunate consequence of the success of The Lord of the Rings has been that frequent resetting has engendered errors by the hundred. In some copies, the ring verse has lost its last line; in others, The Council of Elrond its last two sentences. The chief virtue of this 50th Anniversary Edition of The Fellowship of the Ring (ISBN 9780007203543) is that its text, prepared by some of the most eminent Tolkienologists on Arda, is undoubtedly the most accurate ever published.
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