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The pick for March is a what-if story set shortly after the events of The Hobbit movies. What would Kíli the Dwarf’s life be like if he had survived the Battle of Five Armies? This work-in-progress fic presents a fairly realistic take on this scenario, and as a bonus, blends in what little information Tolkien himself left us on the other Dwarf houses. Let me present: A Song for Heart and Soul by rabbit.writer. Excerpt:
Dáin had explained that things did not look so good for the young king – at least, not in relation to his royal career. There were doubts about his youth – many had wondered if Dáin should have been appointed regent until Kíli had “matured”. The young king was called into question over his appearance and he himself had heard the whispers of “no-beard” or “the beardless king” as he walked the halls of his ravaged mountain.
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Details of the FORBES article delineating the financial success of the Trilogy can be found here .
According to New York Daily News writer Nicole Hensley, a nine-year-old boy was suspended from school for claiming to have the One Ring forged in the fires of Mount Doom, and telling a friend that he could ‘make him disappear.’
The boy, Aiden Steward of Kermit, Texas, had seen ‘The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies’ just days earlier. While the school principal refused to comment, citing confidentiality policies, the boy’s father, Jason Steward, called the school’s actions “ridiculous.”
This is not the first time Aiden has gotten in trouble at school. He has already been suspended three times this school year, once for referring to a classmate as black, and again for bringing his favorite book ‘The Big Book of Knowledge’ to school because the book had a section on pregnancy, complete with illustrations.
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The newest story in the LotR Book category is a bittersweet oneshot. Ever thought about what could be running through Legolas’ mind as he said his final goodbye to Aragorn, and as he prepared to sail West? Hope Ends by EldarExilePrincess is a really good take on those moments; make sure to check it out, and leave the author a review.
For the Movie Fanatic review please click here .