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The classic parody of The Lord of the Rings is back! With a brand-new “boreword” by Henry Beard.

The Power almighty rests in this Lone Ring.

The Power, alrighty, for doing your Own Thing.

If broken or busted, it cannot be remade

If found, send to Sorhed (the postage is prepaid).

It’s up to Boggie Frito Bugger and his band of misfits—including inept wizard Goodgulf Grayteeth, halfwit Spam Gangree, twins Moxie and Pepsi, and Arrowroot of Arrowshirt—to carry the Great Ring to Fordor and cast it into the Zazu Pits.

Can they avoid death by hickey tree and escape the dread ballhog? Can the fellowship overcome the narcs and Nozdruls hounding their every move and save Lower Middle Earth once and for all? Yes, of course—this isn’t Hamlet, you know.
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ISBN: 9781451672671
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I read this when I was about ten years old, and thus, missed most of the references. However, what little I did understand (The Vee-Ates) made me laugh for days.more
Hated it, hated it. Not funny, not insightful, not a fun read. I can enjoy coarse, but obvious....more
Like Spaceballs, a necessary (and hilarious) antidote to the epic forces that shaped our youth.more
The back cover says it all. "This paperback edition, and no other, has been published solely for the purpose of making a few fast bucks"Add to the fact that this was originally published in 1969 - and you get all the wonderfulness of a ganja smoking Googulf, with a foul mouthed Boggies (er hobbits) and well, something that makes fun of everything that is great in the orignal - you get a fast paced, story that is not high in literary value (But possibly written while high). Don't read this if you take your J.RR Tolkien too seriously. Or maybe you should. Whatever.more
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I read this when I was about ten years old, and thus, missed most of the references. However, what little I did understand (The Vee-Ates) made me laugh for days.more
Hated it, hated it. Not funny, not insightful, not a fun read. I can enjoy coarse, but obvious....more
Like Spaceballs, a necessary (and hilarious) antidote to the epic forces that shaped our youth.more
The back cover says it all. "This paperback edition, and no other, has been published solely for the purpose of making a few fast bucks"Add to the fact that this was originally published in 1969 - and you get all the wonderfulness of a ganja smoking Googulf, with a foul mouthed Boggies (er hobbits) and well, something that makes fun of everything that is great in the orignal - you get a fast paced, story that is not high in literary value (But possibly written while high). Don't read this if you take your J.RR Tolkien too seriously. Or maybe you should. Whatever.more
What a pity. I really wanted to like this book. I like a good parody every now and then, but I haven't found it in this book. (Although I thought I would.) I didn't get really far into it, but I quickly felt that it wouldn't get any better and I would just get BORED with it.more
Amusing enough. Goes all out for laughs, but doesn't always get themmore
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