Quenta Silmarillion

Quenta Silmarillion is a collection of fictional legends written by the high fantasy writer J. R. R. Tolkien, and published after the author's death in The Silmarillion, together with four shorter stories. Due to its unfinished state at the time of Tolkien's death, it was completed by his son Christopher with assistance of the young Guy Gavriel Kay, who would later go on to a successful career as a fantasy author. The title Quenta Silmarillion is translated as "the Tale of the Silmarils".

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