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Full of Wisdom and Perfect in Beauty

Aganaphel - 09 Jun 07 - 12:53 PM

Ch. 14: Turning Points

Wow, what a chapter, Maeve - just blood-chilling in suspense!

However, I can't believe that Inziladun wriggled out of it so easily... His little brother must be a fool indeed. Here Gimilkhad has a golden opportunity to eliminate his older brother once and for all and become a King himself, but no, the fool is content with a golden ring and a vague promise for the future!

The Palantir scene confused me - I am no good at riddles. Who was it Inziladun met over the Palantir? I thought it was Elrond, first, as he gazed further and further on the Shores of Middle-Earth... But then I thought about Gil-Galad.(?) And then I remembered that all the other stones, but the 7, remained in Eressea or Valinor, so perhaps he met Earendil??? Still confused.

Cheers, Aganaphel

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Full of Wisdom and Perfect in Beauty

Maeve Riannon - 09 Jun 07 - 2:54 PM

Ch. 14: Turning Points

Thank you, Aganaphel!

The answer to your review contained too many spoilers, so I have made it private.

I hope you will still enjoy the following chapters -in spite of the limitations that the oversized timespan imposes to the narrative. :(


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