elanorelle wrote:Lately, I've read a series-that-shall-not-be-named (if you get that reference and want to chat about it, that's cool) and really enjoyed it and it is now a favorite. Also reread The Hobbit and read The Silmarillion, which was amazing, especially for someone who enjoys histories and mythos. I listenened to the audiobook As You Wish, a sort of "behind the scenes" narrative of The Princess Bride, narrated by Cary Elwes himself and a few of the castmates. Brilliant piece of work and hilarious! I don't believe there is anything of note, except for a few lines of dialogue in the film itself that one may find problematic. I have been assigned a few books for my medieval religion and culture history course, both of which are very intriguing but due to the nature of the particulars we discuss in the course, there are more than a few references to subject matter that may not be appropriate for younger readers.
anunknownpevensie wrote:And I have "Beleg Cuthalion" on a set of dog tags I have printed.
hobbit_of_narnia wrote: ......YES.
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