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Reviewer: Dawn Felagund Signed [Report This]
Date: March 03, 2014 - 09:07 am
Title: Elendur of Númenor

You have done an excellent job yet again with this. I mentioned in my email to you that MS Word hadn't properly paginated when I downloaded it, and so I thought it was only three pages. I reached page eight before I realized that I had been reading for a while! That's a compliment, as this is not a time period that I usually read, but I was engrossed.

I found your observations on Isildur really thought-provoking. I've long noticed that Tolkien trended toward making characters more morally simplistic over the course of his life, but it seems he did the opposite with Isildur.



Author's Response:

Thanks, Dawn. I learned things with this one (I usually do). Thanks for the opportunity to write it and the copy check also!

Reviewer: erunyauve Signed [Report This]
Date: March 03, 2014 - 06:08 am
Title: Elendur of Númenor

This is so interesting - I'd never really thought of how Isildur's character is changed by 'The Disaster of the Gladden Fields'.  I'm a little more willing to forgive PJ for his portrayal of Isildur, given that he couldn't have used the UT version.



Author's Response:

It is interesting, isn't it? I find it a more compelling story. Thank you very much for reading it and letting me know how it struck you.




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