Something interesting was discovered recently - there is a mysterious new Tolkien book on the horizon!
It's so much a mystery, that we don't know anything about it at this stage. It could even be listed in error! Assuming it isn't, what could it be? The first hope is The Fall of Gondolin, the last of the three 'Great Tales' of Middle-earth, two of which have gotten their own 'stand-alone' books.
It's also entirely possible that it could be a new edition of The Silmarillion, which has celebrated its 40th anniversary a few months ago.
Or, it could even be something brand new or mostly unheard of, the same way that The Legend of Sigurd and Gudrun has caught us off-guard. The Trumpets of Faerie spring to mind, as it would be similar to Tales From the Perilous Realm.
At this time, it's only listed on Amazon UK, with the title "Tolkien Untitled." It's being published by Harper Collins on August 23. It'll have 304 pages, and will be available in standard hardback (depending on what the title is, one for "The Shelf!"), slipcased special edition, large print, and mostly ebook as well.
This is the ISBN for the special edition:
Here's the ISBN for the standard hardback:
I've added both to my Amazon wishlist so that I can see exactly what they are, as well as what the product info is (cover info, official description, etc) .
More on this when I know more myself.....
March 29, 2018
March 28, 2018
It's been awhile. I'll provide a decent update later on.
For now, though, I wanted to announce that I've signed up for Spotify.
My username is "insurrbution". I've also created some playlists, of which I'll provide the links to. Each time I make a new one, I'll do a post about it.
Now for the playlists:
Great Big Sea:
Some Favs [just started this one]
John Williams Greatest Hits II (fanmade 'sequel' to '69 - '99 one)
Star Wars: By Year of Release (all the 'Episode' films compilaition) - not intended to be shuffled
Skyrim: Jun/Vul - not intended to be shuffled
The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited - not intended to be shuffled
The Lord of the Rings (all 3 soundtracks in one handy spot) - not intended to be shuffled