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Price of Peace, The
Greywing - 07 Apr 07 - 6:18 AM
Ch. 1: The Price of Peace
"I look at my hands, and they are clean"
I wonder if this means simply that Maglor has learnt to let go and forgive himself, or something far more literal and mystical, a sign that he has been forgiven by powers greater than himself?
A wonderfully rich, detailed description of the conditions of that time and place.
I noticed a few typos here and there, but otherwise enjoyable and more than a little sad. I love Maglor-in-History stories! (Three cheers for the genius who thought of that challenge/idea)
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