An unfinished book by the late author J R R Tolkien has been completed by his son Christopher and will be published early next year, he says.
Tolkien began working on The Children Of Hurin in 1918 but failed to complete it.
His son has spent about three decades completing the story from the many drafts produced by his father.
Some extracts from the book, which again features the elves and dwarves in Tolkien's three-volume Lord of the Rings masterpiece, have been previously published, but the whole story will now be pulled together in one book.
"It has seemed to me for a long time that there was a good case for presenting my father's long version of the legend of The Children Of Hurin as an independent work, between its own covers," he said in a statement.
I'll be all over this when it's published.