The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring Audiobook

Science Fiction & FantasyThe Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring Audiobook
4.9/5 - (93 votes)
Status: Completed
Version: Unabridged
Author: J.R.R. Tolkien
Narrator: Rob Inglis
Series: The Lord of the Rings
Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure
Updated: 20/01/2024
Listening Time: Unknown
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  • 0_ Foreword
  • 0_ Prologue
  • 1_ Book I - Chapter 01 - A Long-Expected Party
  • 1_ Book I - Chapter 02 - The Shadow of the Past
  • 1_ Book I - Chapter 03 - Three is Company
  • 1_ Book I - Chapter 04 - A Shortcut to Mushrooms
  • 1_ Book I - Chapter 05 - A Conspiracy Unmasked
  • 1_ Book I - Chapter 06 - The Old Forest
  • 1_ Book I - Chapter 07 - In the House of Tom Bombadil
  • 1_ Book I - Chapter 08 - Fog on the Barrow Downs
  • 1_ Book I - Chapter 09 - At the Sign of The Prancing Pony
  • 1_ Book I - Chapter 10 - Strider
  • 1_ Book I - Chapter 11 - A Knife in the Dark
  • 1_ Book I - Chapter 12 - Flight to the Ford
  • 2_ Book II - Chapter 01 - Many Meetings
  • 2_ Book II - Chapter 02 - The Council of Elrond
  • 2_ Book II - Chapter 03 - The Ring Goes South
  • 2_ Book II - Chapter 04 - A Journey in the Dark
  • 2_ Book II - Chapter 05 - The Bridge of Khazad-dûm
  • 2_ Book II - Chapter 06 - Lothlórien
  • 2_ Book II - Chapter 07 - The Mirror of Galadriel
  • 2_ Book II - Chapter 08 - Farewell to Lórien
  • 2_ Book II - Chapter 09 - The Great River
  • 2_ Book II - Chapter 10 - The Breaking of the Fellowship

The Epic Quest Resounds: The Fellowship of the Rings Audiobook – A Symphony of Tolkien’s World

It was one of those nights where the world outside seemed to echo the epic proportions of the story I was about to embark on. The wind howled like wargs across the plains, and I settled into my favorite armchair, a cup of steaming tea cradled in my hands. With a click, Andy Serkis’ voice filled the room, and there I was, transported from my cozy living room to the sprawling landscapes of Middle-earth. The Fellowship of the Rings Audiobook was not merely an auditory experience; it was a gateway to adventure.

As someone who has traversed the realms of science fiction and mystery with relish, delving back into J.R.R. Tolkien’s masterpiece through its audiobook adaptation felt like coming home. There’s something timeless about Tolkien’s narrative – it doesn’t just tell a story; it invites you into its very essence. And with Andy Serkis as my guide – his voice a vessel carrying me along the rolling hills of the Shire and through the dark depths of Moria – I embarked on this journey anew.

The tale itself needs little introduction; its legacy is etched into our cultural consciousness. Frodo Baggins’ reluctant heroism, his steadfast companionship with Samwise Gamgee, and their camaraderie with Merry and Pippin form but one strand in this intricate tapestry woven by Tolkien. The creation of such an ensemble cast – Aragorn’s quiet strength, Legolas’ keen sight paired with Gimli’s robust heartiness, Gandalf’s wisdom tinged with enigma – is nothing short of literary alchemy.

What sets this audiobook apart is Serkis’ performance. Known for his portrayal of Gollum in Peter Jackson’s film adaptations, he brings a nuanced understanding to each character’s voice that feels both familiar and revelatory. His narration doesn’t just recite; it performs each scene with an intensity that captures every emotion from terror to tenderness.

Listening to The Fellowship of the Rings Audiobook, I found myself hanging onto every word as if hearing them for the first time. The scenes came alive vividly: Frodo’s hesitation laced with resolve as he agrees to take on his burden; Boromir’s tragic fall from grace juxtaposed against his noble intentions; and Galadriel’s ethereal wisdom echoing long after her words faded away.

As an enthusiast who once penned stories myself, I appreciated Tolkien’s attention to linguistic detail – his crafted languages add depth that few other fantasy worlds can claim. This richness translates seamlessly into audio format where every syllable paints part of Middle-earth’s vast canvas.

For those yet unacquainted with The Fellowship of The Ring, or for long-time fans seeking a fresh encounter with old friends – the availability for free download at ensures that none need be denied passage into this realm.

Upon reaching Rivendell in Serkis’ retelling, I felt a pause within me – a recognition that while half-eager to press forward alongside Strider towards Mount Doom, part wished to linger amidst Elrond’s ancient halls. It’s this push-and-pull tension between comfort zones and uncharted territories which encapsulates The Fellowship experience: You’re torn between savoring each moment and racing towards resolution.

Closing my eyes during particularly descriptive passages allowed me not just listen but see: The golden leaves falling in Lothlórien became almost tangible while Frodo’s fear when faced with Weathertop sent shivers down my spine akin to those he must have felt himself.

By its conclusion – as “The Breaking Of The Fellowship” left me yearning yet apprehensive – I knew that what lay ahead could only be more harrowing still as we edge closer toward Mordor’s shadowy menace.

The Fellowship Of The Rings Audiobook transcends mere storytelling – it’s an immersive experience where each chapter beckons you deeper into its embrace until you’re so entwined within its world that reality blurs at its edges.

Eagerly awaiting our next narrative adventure through Middle-earth in “The Two Towers,” until then… Happy listening,


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  1. Really appreciate these audios, really help my mental health and relaxing at night can sit for hours and listen or they put me out. Thank you!

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  3. Not Rob Ingles but it’s still good, thanks you for this I’ve been so annoyed only getting one hour at a time without fiddling with my phone.

  4. Hi,

    I can only listen the following chapters:

    01 – A Long-Expected Party (2014)
    04 – A Shortcut to Mushrooms
    21 – The Great River
    21 – The Great River (2013)
    22 – The Breaking of the Fellowship

    Please help us fixing them.

    Kind regards,

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  5. This is the first time i have ever heard an audiobook… i have read TLOR books as well as watched the movies..
    But listening to this audiobook was just amazing..
    The narration with the background music just brings the adventure alive..
    Thank u


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