The Fellowship of the Ring

Bilbo Baggins has grown tired of life in the Shire among the hobbit-folk and longs to retrace his steps through the world beyond. He leaves a magical ring in the care of his ward, Frodo. The wizard Gandalf believes the ring belongs to the evil Lord Sauron. Frodo, along with his friends Sam, Merry, and Pippin, journey to Rivendell, to ask the Elves what should be done about the ring. Along the way they fall into the keeping of Aragorn, a Ranger and friend of Gandalf. The Elves will have nothing to do with the ring, and insist it must be taken to Mount Doom and destroyed.

Forming a Fellowship of nine (including Gimli the Dwarf, Legolas the Elf, Gandalf, and Boromir, a Warrior of the Kingdom of Gondor), they journey across the perilous lands of Middle-earth, through the Mines of Moria, into Lothlórien, where the High Queen of the Elves resides, and are ultimately parted on the outskirts of Gondor.

Part One:

One Ring to Rule Them All
Concerning Hobbits
The Shire
Very Old Friends
A Long-Expected Party
Farewell, Dear Bilbo
Keep it Secret, Keep it Safe
The Account of Isildur
At the Green Dragon
Shadow of the Past
The Passing of the Elves
Saruman the White
A Shortcut to Mushrooms
The Bucklebury Ferry
At the Sign of the Prancing Pony
The Nazgûl
The Midgewater Marshes
The Spoiling of Isengard
A Knife in the Dark
The Caverns of Isengard
Flight to the Ford
Many Meetings
The Fate of the Ring
The Sword That Was Broken
The Evenstar
The Council of Elrond

Part Two:

Gilraen’s Memorial
Bilbo’s Gifts
The Departure of the Fellowship
The Ring Goes South
The Pass of Caradhras
A Journey in the Dark
Balin’s Tomb
The Bridge of Khazad-dûm
Caras Galadhon
The Mirror of Galadriel
The Fighting Uruk-hai
Farewell to Lórien
The Great River
Parth Galen
The Breaking of the Fellowship
The Departure of Boromir
Road Goes Ever On…