Those of you who feel there's already too much text on the blog's header had better steel yourselves:
"It speaks to the longevity of the “Lord of the Rings,” films that ten years later, movie tie-in books are still being released. It speaks to the power of Howard Shore’s soundtrack and author Doug Adams presentation that “The Music of the Lord of the Rings Films,” is the best LOTR movie-related book and worth the wait."
"Adams, with this book, sets a standard for film books, fan-friendly publications and music scoring aficionados all at once. It succeeds on every level and can rightly claim the labels of “magnificent,” “masterpiece,” and “landmark” without any pretense. It will remain relevant and appreciated as a companion to the films and the score and Tolkien’s original work as long as they remain."
I am genuinely moved. Read TheOneRing.net's full review of The Music of the Lord of the Rings Films right HERE.