Life is a book, with many stories that begin just to end. Characters will be present in some stories, while others not. The setting will change, and so will the genre. it must be remembered that you determine the layout of each and every story. Know that the stories may end, but in life the book keeps going, until theres nothing left to write. Frodo Baggins
"In Defense of Frodo Baggins." Is Frodo Baggins just a winy and complaining character, especially when compared to his Uncle Bilbo? Or is there more to him and why is he that was that he is? Click on the web link below to read my post.
Elijah Wood as Frodo. His performance was grossly underappreciated, imho. He did an excellent, enourmous job at a very young age, even though casting him was critized because Frodo was in his 50s in the book. I never personally minded that much, I think his youth symbolised his initial innocence.