by Valmic and Jashan for Novel Madness 2013
Imagine yourself warding off goblins, hiking over treacherous mountains, and battling fierce dragons. This is the world that J.R.R. Tolkien transports you to in his amazing book, The Hobbit. Although a few obsessed Harry Potter fans might possibly argue that Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets is the most interesting novel, the majority of the class realizes how The Hobbit is more intriguing and epic. This novel offers humor, teaches many virtues and important life skills, and amazingly describes an adventurous tale.
Even though some students may think that Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets is slightly humorous, most students understand that The Hobbit contains a plethora of comical contents. This novel discloses the ridiculousness of real life. In the book, Bilbo ends up serving practically all of his food to a party of reckless dwarves. When Valmic hosted a party, it ended up with an empty stomach, dirty dishes, and a damaged house, just like the situation with the dwarves. Dwarves in this novel give substantially hysterical and interesting personalities. From obese Bombur to lanky Kili, and from courageous Thorin to cowering Dwalin, these characters will have you laughing with them until the end.
A few people might feel that Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets teaches virtues such as decapitating snakes is enjoyable, but many pupils believe J.R.R. Tolkien’s novel provides more morals, ethics, and life skills as it draws to a close. Unlike Harry Potter, this novel possesses originality. Have you ever noticed how Aragog is similar to the giant spiders in The Hobbit? J.R.R Tolkien thought up these creative ideas and fantastical creatures long before the ideas of Harry Potter were even formed. This book also teaches you that in the face of great odds, courage and teamwork prevail. Bilbo, with the aid of the dwarves and his recently discovered bravery, was able to confront the dragon, Smaug. Patience is also discussed in The Hobbit. The sheer destruction that Bilbo’s hastiness caused taught us to wait patiently.
Although a few pupils may assume that Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets is somewhat more interesting than it, most students in A7 know that The Hobbit keeps you on the edge of your seat the entire experience. The Hobbit is an adventure packed and description filled book. It transports you from the calm Shire to treacherous mountains, hungry trolls, and scrawny old guys who are obsessed with antiques. Every moment in this novel is full of suspense. We were trapped by the intense scenes in The Hobbit, including when Bilbo negotiated with Smaug, the fearsome dragon. The adventure in this epic novel also starts at the right moment, capturing the readers mind. Jashan and I were captivated by The Hobbit, unlike Harry Potter where there is barely any adventure at all.
Silly trolls, malicious goblins, and mighty dragons leap from the pages of The Hobbit. This novel is hysterical and teaches life lessons. The adventure in the novel captures your mind. Vote for The Hobbit today! My Precious!