There and Gone Again (The Hobbit) - A Middle...
Kyna, an Emergency Room nurse from Prince George, British Columbia, deals with life and death nearly every day. Little does she know that her own life may be at risk when she totals her SUV after a night shift and ends up in a completely different place when she wakes up, a place that shouldn't even exist beyond the pages of one of her favourite books, The Hobbit. There she comes face to face with the King of the Woodland Realm, Thranduil, and his son Legolas.
The darkness, and the strange creatures brought along with it, has been encroaching on the Realm of Thranduil, the elven King of Mirkwood for some time now. Despite his efforts, the elves of Mirkwood have been pushed further and further back into their cavernous halls. When his son, Legolas, discovers a strange woman, alone and in strange clothing, not far from their home, Thranduil's suspicion drives him to throw her in the dungeon. However, when he finally meets his otherworldly prisoner, he finds himself inexplicably drawn to her.
Will he believe Kyna is a threat, or will he believe her outrageous story?
Featured from 2015-2017
Although There and Gone Again is written heavily with the lore provided in Tolkien's work in mind, it is a combination of both of the movies and the books.
I claim no ownership to any of Tolkien's characters or his world. Comments are welcome and appreciated!
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Cover design: Alva Eriksson