Bored of the rings: a parody of J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the rings

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New American Library, Sep 1, 1969 - Fiction - 160 pages
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This parody of Lord of the Rings was so silly. - Goodreads
A worthy parody of a great book. - Goodreads
Sad, really, the premise is kind of funny! - Goodreads
Great parody of the series. - Goodreads
This parody was amusing at best. - Goodreads
Great Parody, especially the poetry! - Goodreads
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It is a fantastic parody! I started reading this on a commuter train, and I had to stop as the tears were running down my face. Love it. It rates along with Pythons "Life of Brian". (Both upset the fanatics who don't have a sense of humor.)

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This parody of Lord of the Rings was so silly. The Boromir character was counting off the pages until he died. He fell on his own sword. The Gollum character is annoying and talks too much; his name ... Read full review

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Contents

FOREWORD
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PROLOGUECONCERNING BOGGIES
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Its My Party and Ill Snub Who 1
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