New Read [ The Lord of the Rings] By [ Chris Smith ] –

The Lord of the Rings Lavishly illustrated with 1,000 photos, paintings, maps, sculptures and sketches, most appearing here for the first time, Weapons and Warfare is an indispensable chronicle of The Lord of the Rings many creatures, warriors, armies and battlegrounds From the graceful and proficient Elves to the horrendous war machines of the Dark Lord, each culture s approach to warfare is explained how they fought, why they were fighting, what armor they wore and what weapons they used against their enemies Now you can get as close to a marauding Orc as you could ever wish, without suffering the consequences Treating the filmmakers notes, designs and props as a true archive, Weapons and Warfare describes in detail every major conflict depicted in the film trilogy from The Last Alliance of Elves and Men to the climactic Battle of the Pelennor Fields each accompanied by a battle diagram from the films chief designers.Armed with a wealth of fascinating facts and unique imagery, and with an exclusive foreword by Christopher Lee and an introduction by the Academy Award winner Richard Taylor, Weapons and Warfare promises to be the most striking companion to The Lord of the Rings movie trilogy published to date. Read The Lord of the Rings By Chris Smith –

New Read [ The Lord of the Rings] By [ Chris Smith ] –
  • Paperback
  • 218 pages
  • The Lord of the Rings
  • Chris Smith
  • English
  • 24 April 2017
  • 0618391002

    10 thoughts on “New Read [ The Lord of the Rings] By [ Chris Smith ] –

  1. says:

    Any book with LTR weapons in the title has got to be cool, and it was This may be a little bit of geek overload but after falling nearlydeeply in love with these movies than I am with my wife I m proud to be geekified through and through.

  2. says:

    slobbering Ugh, these books are SO beautiful hisses My Preeeecious

  3. says:

    I got this mostly because A I m a Tolkien fan and B I m a gamer Dungeons and Dragons table top and try to make the weapons as fantasy realistic as I can.This book mostly leans heavily on the movie but still ...

  4. says:

    here s why this book only gets three stars it focuses way too much on just the movies here s why it doesn t get two stars there is still some pretty amazing information going on here, as well as some great original illustrations.

  5. says:

    Thanks for letting me borrow it for so long, Ted

  6. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here goodbook i want to see the movie

  7. says:

    Obviously slapped together to take advantage of the success of the films The art work is nice, but it is rather apparent that the authors did not read the books or even pay too much attention to the films.

  8. says:

    Excellent read

  9. says:

    woow, i really enjoyed reading this book, it was so interesting that i could not put it down even for a second GREAT work Smith you deserved a five star..Thanks.

  10. says:

    Being a huge Lord of the Rings nerd, having written my senior college Capstone on the linguistic merits of Quenya and Sindarin Elvish, I think I m pretty qualified to rate this book in accuracy All in all, it made detailed reference to the Silmarillion lineages of Gil Galad and Elendil of the Numenorean line really well It mentioned the sundering of many nations existing only in the Silmarillion and known only to the avid LotR scholar.However, much of this was undermined by the fact that the Being a huge Lord of the Rings nerd, having written my senior college Capstone on the linguistic merits of...

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