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On the recommendation of the staff in Waterstones, ds is now reading the Children of Hurin (Tolkien) Has anyone read it?

(7 Posts)
FluffyBunnyGoneBad Fri 10-Jul-09 23:19:35

He can just about manage it but it's heavy going. I can't get him to put the bloody thing down though and read something else as it's really hard to read. What age is it for exactly? Kids book I think not!

paisleyleaf Fri 10-Jul-09 23:22:07

I've not even heard of it.

FluffyBunnyGoneBad Fri 10-Jul-09 23:25:10

grin It's (apparantly) about the world before lord of the rings/hobbit.

janeite Fri 10-Jul-09 23:25:17

Nope it's not a children's book. I didn't bother with it as I thought it looked pretty inpenetrable - and I love LOTR.

FluffyBunnyGoneBad Fri 10-Jul-09 23:29:03

How do I get it off him?

"Great was the triumph of Morgoth, though all the purposes of his malice were not yet accomplished" WWF??

janeite Fri 10-Jul-09 23:31:40

I wouldn't bother. He will either decide to give it up for himself, or he will keep going and not quite getting it. Neither will hurt!

FluffyBunnyGoneBad Fri 10-Jul-09 23:33:52

He'll keep on going knowing ds. He does get most of it but the odd word here and there needs translating for him. He's read the first couple of chapters, does it get harder from here?

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