New Zealand with a Hobbit Botherer

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What should you do if your spouse becomes addicted to the Lord of the Rings movies and swoons at the very mention of Orlando Bloom's name? (Thud. Quick, fetch the smelling salts.) How about taking the advice of a strange apparition that reveals itself in a dream, who recommends touring New Zealand in an effort to prove that its sheep pastures aren't really filled by frolicking Hobbits.

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Words: 77,460
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452310039
About Annette Gisby

Annette Gisby grew up in a small town in Northern Ireland moving to London when she was seventeen. Being a very small town there were no bookshops and a small library. When she’d devoured every book she could get her hands on in the library, she started writing her own stories so she would always have something to read later.

When not writing she enjoys reading, cinema, theatre, walks along deserted beaches or wandering around ruined castles (great places for inspiration!)

She still lives in London with her husband, a collection of porcelain dolls and stuffed penguins and enough books to fill a small library. It’s diminishing gradually since the discovery of ebooks but still has a way to go.

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Review by: Jerri Chase on March 25, 2013 :
A fun personal view of a trip to New Zealand, especially dealing with Lord Of the Rings/Middle Earth sights. I am enjoying the book. Not a guide book, but someone's description of their personal trip.

BUT, the formatting is strange. The FONT size keeps going up and down, sometimes at least 3 different sizes of type on one page. I read some of this on my Kindle APP on my PC and I don't remember it doing this, but on my actual Kindle it is really distracting.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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