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The Hobbit

A BBC Radio 4 full-cast drama

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Beschreibung

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Medium

CD

Sprecher

Anthony Jackson + weitere

Spieldauer

3 Stunden und 45 Minuten

Erscheinungsdatum

04.10.2012

Verlag

Random House UK

Beschreibung

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The Hobbit delivers a classic adventure. If you're travelling with children and have a three-hour-42-minute journey to fill, the 1968 BBC dramatisation starring Paul Daneman and Anthony Jackson will keep everyone on the edge of their car seats. The Guardian

Details

Medium

CD

Sprecher

Spieldauer

3 Stunden und 45 Minuten

Erscheinungsdatum

04.10.2012

Verlag

Random House UK

Anzahl

5

Hörtyp

Lesung

Sprache

Englisch

EAN

9781445846637

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Tolkien is it

Stephanie aus Neuenhof am 19.01.2022

Bewertet: Buch (Gebundene Ausgabe)

There's so much to love about this story. There won't be enough space to tell you exactly how much I enjoyed this story, but I'll try my best. Tolkien's style of writing is right up my alley! The humour, the sass, the beautiful sentences *-* I will say that I could've done with a more thrilling and suspenseful style (especially in high stake scenes - when Bilbo and the dwarves were in a tight spot), but I believe that's just not really how one wrote back in the day. Still, the amount of imagination and creativity this man possessed is astounding, and I can't wait to find out even more about Middle Earth with "The Lord of the Rings" and countless other tales and information on this world. Ultimately, I can say that I enjoyed reading our grumpy dwarves, sassy Gandalf, and kind-hearted Bilbo. The small Hobbit quickly became my most favourite character in the story and I wish we would all take a leaf out of his book. Because, just like in the book, I believe our world would be quite a lovely place if we were a bit more like Bilbo. Ps: It was interesting to see how much of the book was in the films, and which scenes and storylines Peter Jackson and Co. left out or added.

Tolkien is it

Stephanie aus Neuenhof am 19.01.2022
Bewertet: Buch (Gebundene Ausgabe)

There's so much to love about this story. There won't be enough space to tell you exactly how much I enjoyed this story, but I'll try my best. Tolkien's style of writing is right up my alley! The humour, the sass, the beautiful sentences *-* I will say that I could've done with a more thrilling and suspenseful style (especially in high stake scenes - when Bilbo and the dwarves were in a tight spot), but I believe that's just not really how one wrote back in the day. Still, the amount of imagination and creativity this man possessed is astounding, and I can't wait to find out even more about Middle Earth with "The Lord of the Rings" and countless other tales and information on this world. Ultimately, I can say that I enjoyed reading our grumpy dwarves, sassy Gandalf, and kind-hearted Bilbo. The small Hobbit quickly became my most favourite character in the story and I wish we would all take a leaf out of his book. Because, just like in the book, I believe our world would be quite a lovely place if we were a bit more like Bilbo. Ps: It was interesting to see how much of the book was in the films, and which scenes and storylines Peter Jackson and Co. left out or added.

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