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Reviews For Tales of the Years of the Sun
I love Fingon's impression of the vastness and variety of Endórë when he first sees it.
Happiness at being there, while already haunted by so many ghosts.
This is a very nice line: "They had lost this in Aman, the faerie joys, replaced by the weight of time and sad memory…"
Thanks for the review Oshun! I am happy the story was able to convey the interesting and conflicted feelings the exiles (in this case Fingon) must have felt being new or newly returned to Middle EArth.