@CriedWhenBrucieLeft and other people who are interested. Did any of you read this yet or heard of it? I completely missed any news of it until today. Looks like a huge difference with the Silmarillion story which was about 30 pages. This book is 10 times as much. A new book by Lord of the Rings author JRR Tolkien is going on sale - 100 years after it was first conceived. Never knew about the publications of these two either. Anyone has (heard of) these? Man, I have some catching up to do. The Fall of Arthur (2013) https://www.theguardian.com/books/2012/oct/09/jrr-tolkien-new-poem-king-arthur Beowulf: A Translation and Commentary (2014) https://www.theguardian.com/books/2014/may/29/beowulf-translation-commentary-jrr-tolkien-review Mentioned below, I am looking forward in particular to the third book as well: Beren and Lúthien standalone book The story was published as a standalone book edited by Christopher Tolkien under the title Beren and Lúthien on 1 June 2017, being pushed back from its original publication date of 4 May 2017. The story is one of three contained within The Silmarillion which Tolkien believed warrants its own long-form narrative, the other two being The Children of Húrin and The Fall of Gondolin. The book is illustrated by Alan Lee and edited by Christopher Tolkien, in much the same way as the standalone version of The Children of Húrin (2007) in that it draws from different, often incomplete, versions of the story written by Tolkien to form a complete narrative with minimal editorial intrusion.