I DID IT!!😱💪🏻😍
Okay, I already told you, but who cares?
When I started reading it, I thought I’d make a review, when I had finished it. But I just don’t feel like doing it.
I can’t tell you why, but it just feels strange to do a review of a fairytale, if you understand?
So instead I’ll just write some of my thoughts here, but it won’t be a real review.
First of all, I really enjoyed reading a fairytale.
It has been a long time since I did last, but I really love fairytales.
I really like sometimes to read a book without a deeper meaning. Not because I don’t like those, I do, sometimes I just need a break.
Because a lot of fairytales don’t have a deeper meaning, the author just wants to tell a good story. And I like that.
While reading it, you hear about Bilbo (from The Hobbit), and that he is writing the book, you’re reading right now, Lord of the rings.
It just makes the story even more magical, and make it seem more kind of... real. Of course I know, the story isn’t real, but when you read it, you kind of... imagine it was real. You don’t just imagine the story and the persons, but you also imagine it was real.
I don’t know about you, but I don’t imagine that every story I read is/was real. I am imaging the persons, the universe, the whole story, but I don’t imagine it was real
But I did with this one!
It’s hard to explain... because I know, it is just an imagination, but I still imagine it.
I’m not sure you’ll understand, but I don’t think I can do it better than this.
The book really changed my mind about Gollum, you know that ugly creature Bilbo steals the ring from, in The Hobbit.
In The Hobbit Gollum is just ugly and disgusting, but in this book he actually turns out being very cute. If you ask me, my sister doesn’t think so😂
I won’t give the book any stars, because this is just my thoughts, not a review.
But I want you to know, I really liked it, and hope to read more fairytales in the future.
But I hope you enjoyed reading my thoughts!😀
Have a great Tuesday!😊💕