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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Sad, really, the premise is kind of funny! - Goodreads
A worthy parody of a great book. - Goodreads
Great parody of the series. - Goodreads
This parody was amusing at best. - Goodreads
Great Parody, especially the poetry! - Goodreads
This was a cute parody of Lord of the Rings.... - 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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The humour in this wasn't to my taste. I found it far too banal, juvenile, crude even. It is simply not a good parody by any stretch of the word - in fact, I abhor to even grant it the pleasure of ... 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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