The Last Ringbearer

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A `[i]Lord of the Rings[/i]` fanfic offering an examination of the War of the Ring from Mordor`s point of view, based on the assumption that Tolkien`s account was propaganda written by Gondor. Originally written in Russian, it has been translated and sold in many languages, although the Tolkien estate has prevented the work from being commercially sold in English.

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Country: Russia Born: 1956-09-16 Biography : Kirill Yuryevich Eskov (Russia, Moscow, born 1956). Paleontologist, writer and publicist. Winner of the Sword in the Stone genre prize for the novel The Last Ring Bearer. Winner of the "Bronze Snail" award in 2002 for the best critical and journalistic work devoted to the problems of science fiction - "Our response to Fukuyama." Kirill Yeskov was born and lives in Moscow, graduated from the biology department of Moscow University, works at the Paleontological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences (deals with fossil arthropods). The main life experience was gleaned in expeditions to Siberia and Central Asia, in which he participated starting from the 8th grade. The main publications are articles and monographs on arachnid taxonomy and historical biogeography, as well as school textbooks on natural history. He writes science fiction for his own pleasure, not considering this activity as a source of existence. His first book, The Gospel of Afranius, received the Big Zilant Prize (Kazan). His second novel, The Last Ringbearer, also became a well-known sci-fi version of the world of John Tolkien. Official website: http://fan.lib.ru/e/eskov Blog: http://afranius.livejournal.com/ Lurkmore: http://lurkmore.ru/Eskov

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Country: Russia Born: 1956-09-16 Biography : Kirill Yuryevich Eskov (Russia, Moscow, born 1956). Paleontologist, writer and publicist. Winner of the Sword in the Stone genre prize for the novel The Last Ring Bearer. Winner of the "Bronze Snail" award in 2002 for the best critical and journalistic work devoted to the problems of science fiction - "Our response to Fukuyama." Kirill Yeskov was born and lives in Moscow, graduated from the biology department of Moscow University, works at the Paleontological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences (deals with fossil arthropods). The main life experience was gleaned in expeditions to Siberia and Central Asia, in which he participated starting from the 8th grade. The main publications are articles and monographs on arachnid taxonomy and historical biogeography, as well as school textbooks on natural history. He writes science fiction for his own pleasure, not considering this activity as a source of existence. His first book, The Gospel of Afranius, received the Big Zilant Prize (Kazan). His second novel, The Last Ringbearer, also became a well-known sci-fi version of the world of John Tolkien. Official website: http://fan.lib.ru/e/eskov Blog: http://afranius.livejournal.com/ Lurkmore: http://lurkmore.ru/Eskov