the Little Red Reviewer

The Hobbit read along starts today!

Posted on: August 8, 2011

ready for some really epic, high fantasy?   I know I am!  good thing too, as our The Hobbit/Lord of the Rings read along starts today!  co-hosting by yours truly and GeekyDaddy, sign up here, or here.  No Pressure if you’re already involved in other things, we’ll be taking two to three weeks to read each book, starting a new one on the first of each upcoming month, with discussions/questions/etc on the weekends.

Never read The Hobbit or LOTR? now’s your chance!  Read it before and loved it?  here’s your chance to spread the love!  read it before and weren’t so sure? Give it another try, this time w/friends. 🙂

Just so you know, I’m a total LOTR virgin.   Saw the movies, but really, all I was watching was Viggo.

Iz gonna be awesome.

and for once, I’m happy I’m not a cat.

4 Responses to "The Hobbit read along starts today!"

Yeah. I can’t join the Hobbit group read but I can’t wait for next month’s…Yippiee!!!!!!!!


I didn’t enjoy The Hobbit as much as the rest of the books. If I were to reread it would probably be the trilogy.


I love the pic…it is flipping hilarious..:)


I was pretty distracted by Viggo, as well.

I never read LOTR but I did read The Hobbit when I was younger. I’m not a huge fan of reading books after I’ve seen the movies, though, so I might never get to LOTR.

Great cat picture. 🙂


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