The tale of the ring comes to an epic conclusion and solidifies the loyalty of its listeners. In this final installment of the Lord of the Rings trilogy, Tolkien wonderfully ties up all the lose ends in a satisfying and rewarding way, making the listener, or reader, want to go back to fellowship and start all over again. The narration is wonderful and captivating as to be expected in a Lord of the Rings book.
This book finally wraps everything up, but the ending drags on and on. Just when you think it should reach a final conclusion it keeps going. And then as if Tolkien didn't give enough detail in the book, he then writes two sub books so he can give even more background on the characters. I could not finish the sub books. It was way to redundant.
Rob Inglis does an excellent performance both in word and in song by my reckoning!
I was very pleased, as I was with the two previous 2 books, the reader and story. I was also very pleased that the audible story included much of the appendix season the last book giving the history of the main characters and families.
A very enjoyable experience.