The Children of Hurin by J. R. R. Tolkien
A book review by Faith Thompson
The evil Melkor cursed his enemy Hurin’s children, Turin and Nienor, dooming them to a life of woe and misery. They can try to outrun him, but they will never get away. His most faithful servant, Glauthung the dragon, is ready to track them down. It’s his own personal mission to subject them to as much pain as he possibly can.
This story is a tragic romance by the author of Lord of the Rings, so if you like either of those things, this is the book for you.
Find it in APL TEEN Fiction YA FIC Tolkien, J.