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PostPosted: November 14th, 2015, 11:58 pm 
Gondorian
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I plan on getting a kindle and I have a copy of all of Tolkien's books for it. I also have audio books of
Sir Christopher Lee on iTunes reading the LOTR trilogy. I love his voice, and I like to follow along with my copy as he reads. I learn better when being read but I have to be able to keep up. We all learn in different ways. I was wondering if anyone knows if Sir Christopher Lee read The Hobbit and any other Tolkien's books. I would love to get them as well but am not sure if that exist. So does know if he read all of Tolkien's books or is it just that trilogy?

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PostPosted: November 15th, 2015, 2:09 am 
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Best I can tell the hobbit was not done by Lee. There is an audio version, however.

I am thinking the trillogy is probably the only one he voiced.

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