The Lord of the Rings Trilogy Audiobooks

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About The Lord of The Rings trilogy

The Lord of the Rings is the novel collection of three fantasy adventure books written by John Ronald Reuel Tolkien (1892 – 1973), a British author. Published from 29 July 1954 and translated into around 38 languages, the work has been sold over 150 million copies. Under the same name, the large project of film series (2001 – 2003) directed by Peter Jackson was also successful, as expected, with overwhelming praise from experts, and won 17 Academy Award nominations.

Audio Playlist

Book 1: The Fellowship of the Rings

Book 2: The Two Towers

Book 3: The Return of the King

The fantasy classic novel is divided into three volumes: The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers and The Return of the King. The plot of the trilogy is all about the One Ring – the most powerful ring, which anyone wearing it can have the power to rule human beings, elves and dwarves. Who will be the Ring’s Lord? And, who will be the Lord’s loyal servants? Who knows… The only thing we know is that the competition between the Good and Evil starts for the Ring.

Do not miss one of the best selling novel in the world! With audible books, it has never been easier than ever for you to enjoy the whole collection of the Lord of the Rings. Listen and the adventure is now yours!

Related books suggested by Tokybook
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (Book 1)
The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (Book 2)
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (Book 3 – Final)


    • Sorry we can’t. We did the trilogy before, however it related to copyright from so we cant continue it. We will provide the official version by Audible.Com soon on my website. Thank for your understanding and have a great time at Tokybook.Com

  1. This audio Book version of the Lord of the Rings Trilogy is fantastic! VERY well done and extremely entertaining! I have loved listening to them while recovering from a concussion. It has helped me pass the time away while I rest and heal my brain. Lol.

  2. How on Earth has this only got 3 1/2 stars? I listened to the first 10 minutes and it got an instant 5 star rating from me! I’m hooked!

    This is absolutely amazing. The voices, the music and the background noises and effects are all remarkable and fit together perfectly.

    Is there anywhere I can buy this on CD?

  3. This is absolutely wonderful! I would very much like to buy these audiobooks if possible. The narrator did an amazing job, and I would love to own these and listen to them again. Someone else mentioned above they would like to buy the CD, but they were given the official audiobook link, and I honestly can’t stand the narrator.

    Any other audiobooks from the narrator available on your website as well?

  4. It is a very impressive undertaking, and I like how it is practically unabridged and yet dramatised. However, it’s unfortunate that Pippin’s voice is a take on the film version. It would have been better if the narrator had referenced the BBC radio version to get an idea of the voices, rather than the films.
    Also, how can you not pronounce Southern and Southerner correctly? Or Laden for that matter? I found that puzzling and a little grating. I feel if the actor had listened to one of the unabridged versions read by an English actor, and the BBC Radio version, then a truly great version could have been created.

    Still, it is an epic achievement. All of the music and sound effects (so far) are great! With some editing it would be a 10/10 for sure. Well done!

  5. Listening to these audiobooks is an amazing experience. Combining the words of Tolkien with the music and sounds of Peter Jackson’s film trilogy is enough to put tears in my eyes. Thank you for your dedication to this incredible story.

  6. Hello what is the name of the narrator? I want to make sure I download the right version on congratulations for a great work!

  7. Hello,
    I’ve cried more than once while listening to this audiobook. At the very end, I felt like a part of me left to the Havens aswell. Thank you and also a big thanks to everyone who participated in the making of this audiobook. It’s great !
    If only JJR Tolkien had written more.
    I’ll be waiting with impatience for other audiobooks made of his work. Maybe the Silmarillion ? =)

    In any case a big thank you once again !

    P.S. I’ll buy it on audible to make sure to reward the makers. Could you link me the right version please ?

  8. I Don’t feel like I am listening to an audio book but to a movie with my eyes shut. This is pure Genius, I a mtotally adicted thank you very much for sharng this. Phil is a Genius.

  9. Compliments from the Netherlands! I am a fan off tLOtR, for a long time!
    This recording is “slagroom op de taart”. Thanks Tokybook!

  10. This work is astounding to me! The attention to the dramatization is especially good. As an example , the sound of Ted Sandyman setting his beer mug down on the table , just before responding to the first of Sam Gamgee’s statement’s, during their conversation at the Green Dragon.
    So good.Thanks for many hours of enjoyment.


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