The Lord of the Rings
The Lord of the Rings is a trilogy set in Middle Earth, a fantastic world invented by J.R.R. Tolkien. It talks about the the fight of the Free People of Middle Earth against the rise of the Dark Lord, the master of the Rings of Power. The last and most powerful ring has been found by a hobbit of the Shire, Bilbo Baggins, who lives it in heritage to his nephew Frodo. When the wizard Gandalf realizes that the ring is the One Sauron is looking for to regain his full powers and rule on the people of Middle Earth, a most dangerous quest begins during which Frodo will have to destroy the ring by casting it into the fires of Mount Doom where it was created. Frodo will at first travel and be helped by some companions forming the Fellowship of the ring: the wizard Gandalf, two man, Aragorn the Ranger and Boromir of Minas Tirith, the elf Legolas, the dwarf Gimli and his hobbit friends, Sam, Pippin and Meriadoch. During the quest they travel through many perils and cross different countries finding aids from Elf and Man lords and many enemies, among which orcs but above all Saruman, a traitor wizard and the armies of the Dark Lord himself. When the Fellowship breaks apart, Frodo and Sam head to Mordor and to Mount Doom while Aragorn, Legolas and Gimli head towards the lands of Man in pursue of a band of orcs that have captured Pippin and Merry.