The book The Hobbit, by J.R.
R Tolkien, has been translated into more than a dozen languages and has sold more than 2.5 million copies worldwide.
I was one of those Tolkien fans.
I love the stories of Gandalf and his friends, and I love all of the characters in the story, but I was always disappointed with the language barrier.
Tolkien, the author of more than 50 novels and a host of television shows, was one who didn’t care about the differences between English and other languages.
In one of his most famous stories, “The Lord of the Rings,” Bilbo Baggins finds a sword in the cave of the Lonely Mountain.
“I had heard that this sword was called the ‘Tongue of Sauron’ and that it was a gift from the Dwarves,” he tells Gandalf.
“But I could not read the runes.”
I remember being in my parents’ basement when I was a kid, and being told that this is the sword that Sauron gave us to fight.
I could never read the rune.
So I read the book.
I had read the Hobbit, but it wasn’t until I started writing that I started to read the Tolkien books, because I couldn’t read them.
But Tolkien didn’t just write in his native tongue, he was also a great storyteller.
Tolkien was an incredible storytellers and his books were just wonderful, and he was very interested in the stories that were told by his characters, which was why he used his own words and not those of his fans.
And I have a very particular fondness for his work, because of the way that he was able to tell stories that people didn’t think about, but that were so meaningful to him.
My mom used to say to me, “You are going to be a Tolkien fan for life.”
I said, “What do you mean?”
She said, “[You are] going to love this book.
You are going the right way.
You will love it.”
I just felt so lucky to be able to read The Hobbit as a kid.
The Hobbit was the first book that I read that had a language barrier in the book, and the Tolkien fans were all so wonderful.
When I first started reading The Hobbit in the 70s, I was actually really, really, confused.
I didn’t know what was going on.
I was reading this book in a foreign language.
I would get confused.
Then, when I got to the end of the book I would find out what the story was about.
It was a really difficult book for me to understand, because it was so dense.
But, when you read it, you see the world in a different way.
It was a very complex book.
It is also a story of great power and great powerlessness.
What do I think about this book?
I think it is a great book.
You can have a great conversation about this novel and how it relates to your life.
And I think that it is really interesting to see how the characters are portrayed.
I think, for example, that there is a lot of darkness in the Hobbit.
But it is not a dark book.
If you think about the dark side of the Force, the Force is really light.
It isn’t a dark place.
If you were to go to another world, which I would imagine Tolkien would have explored, where the Force would be more benign, you would find more light in that world, and there would be no darkness there.
There is also an important theme of the dark in The Hobbit.
You see in the opening scene, the dwarves, the giants, and their people, they have a terrible reputation in the city of Bilbo.
So it seems to me that they are really good at hiding and manipulating the people.
So the fact that they have so much power and so much control over the world that they can get away with that is what makes them so evil.
So the darkness is there in The Hobbits, too, but they are so good at it, because they know that they will always be able outrun the dark.
You have the dwarves who have been living in darkness all their lives.
And it is the dwarves that have been the most evil.
They have done so much evil in their life.
The dwarves are the dark ones, and Bilbo is the light.
I can understand that, because the dwarves are really evil.
But they are still human beings, so they still have a soul.
And Bilbo can see that.
He can understand what they are doing.
And you see it in the final scene where the dwarves come to the Lonely Island and they find the Lonely Ring.
It’s a very dark scene.
It says, “I know how you feel.”
I can’t help but think that there’s a sense of