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The Waters of Isengard

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The Waters of Isengard is a concept which has only appeared in an adaptation of the works of J.R.R. Tolkien.
Allies of the King books

Prologue: Messages from Lórien
Book I: Oath of the Rangers
Book II: Ride of the Grey Company
Book III: Echoes of the Dead
Book IV: Rise of Isengard
Book V: The Prince of Rohan
Book VI: Mists of Anduin
Book VII: A Fellowship Endangered
Book VIII: Into the Riddermark
Book IX: The Third Marshal
Book X: Snows of Wildermore
Book XI: The Golden Hall
Book XII: War in the Westemnet
Book XIII: The Battle of the Hornburg
Book XIV: The Waters of Isengard

The Waters of Isengard is the fourteenth book of Allies of the King.

Contents

[edit] Summary

[edit] Letter from Gandalf: Deal With Saruman

[edit] Chapter 1: The Battle is Won

[edit] Chapter 2: Allies Unexpected

[edit] Chapter 3: The Flooded Ring

[edit] Back into the Wild

[edit] A Dreary, Untidy Mess

[edit] Chapter 4: Took and Brandybuck

[edit] Interlude: The Moot

[edit] Chapter 5: Wizard to Manage

[edit] Chapter 6: The Drowning Pits

[edit] Interlude: Last March of the Ents

[edit] Chapter 7: Lothrandir

[edit] Chapter 8: Allies of the King

[edit] Comparison with Published Work