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I liked Return of the King most, with The Fellowship of the Ring coming close.
The third book was the most exciting for me because it wrapped all the saga (obviously being the last book) in the most awesome way possible; while I wished Aragorn would die a warrior's death, him being alive made more sense in the end - I kind of like when stuff doesn't get all right in the end. I was kind of sad with the breakdown of the Fellowship and the Elves' depart, but the fact that Tolkien could make me feel something made me realize what a great literary art that was.
The First Book had my first sight of Boromir, who went to Rivendell due to a prophetic dream and having his life ended before it's time; yet, he quickly became my favorite character until I met Éowyn.
The creation of the Fellowship was nice too, but I quickly get bored with much explanations. While I appreciated the second book, it was the less exciting of the three, in my opinion. It had nice skirmishes and stuff, but it was almost easy to predict what would happen next. The return of Gandalf and the Westfold remaining was the best part of the book; I was seriously feeling doomed until he returned.
Zwerg - a brilliant BGG user - recently created a LEGO model of Henneth Annun (hidden Outpost) and uploaded it to LEGO CUUSOO. Simply click on the link below the picture, register with CUUSOO (it's free of charge, and LEGO does not send spam). Then click on the green SUPPORT button.
Zwerg is the guy who made those nice reports with LEGO pieces.