Which Tolkien Book Should You Read? (Flow Chart)

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Every year on March 25, the anniversary of the Downfall of Sauron, the Tolkien Society hosts Tolkien Reading Day. This year’s theme is Nature and Industry. The primary goal is to promote the reading of the works of J.R R. Tolkien! To celebrate, Pages Unbound will be hosting two weeks of Tolkien-related posts. In addition to our own thoughts, we will be featuring a number of guest posts.

13 thoughts on “Which Tolkien Book Should You Read? (Flow Chart)

  1. Greg says:

    I love this graphic. I have a couple of non fiction books on Tolkien that are on my short list TBR for the next couple of months, and I’ve been thinking a re- read of LotR or the Silmarillion might be in my future one of these days. 🙂 This flow chart gives me lots of ideas!


  2. Sammie @ The Writerly Way says:

    I guess I didn’t realize that Tolkien had so many works. o.0 For some reason, that surprises me. I’m gonna have to check some of these out. I stumbled across Bilbo’s Last Song yesterday somehow, and I want to read that with my offspring this week! Seems like a good time for it. 😉


  3. Jackie B @ Death by Tsundoku says:

    I won’t lie, I’m not super fluent in the works of Tolkien and I cannot get the picture large enough for me to read the titles on those cover images. Any chance you could help a girl out? What is the fairytale book I’m apparently interested in reading? 😉


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