The Fellowship of the Ring by J. R. R. Tolkien

A book review by Faith Thompson

 

The deadly Ringwraiths are searching for a hobbit — Frodo Baggins. They want what he carries: The Ring of Power, which will enable the Dark Lord Sauron, its creator, to reclaim his rule. If Sauron recovers his Ring, all will be lost.

Battling Orcs, greedy men, and the Wraiths themselves — and aided by his gardener Sam, a wizard named Gandalf, and a mysterious Ranger named Aragorn — Frodo makes his painfully slow way across Middle-earth to Mordor, Sauron’s kingdom.  This is the only place where the Ring can be destroyed. Its seduction is so great that no one can wield it. All Frodo can hope for is the Ring’s destruction.

 

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Bunker 10 by J.A. Henderson


A book review by Madeline Soucie

 

This book has a rather complex plot filled with a few dark turns.

Pinewood Military Installation was located in the middle of nowhere and no one knew about it except for the people working with it, including seven children. But of course there are secrets at Pinewood.

Secrets that led to its explosion on Dec. 24, 2007 for an unknown reason killing all 185 military personnel on the base and the seven children. This story tells their last day…

 

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