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FŽanorians' Fates Drabble Series  by Alassante 2 Review(s)
AlquawendeReviewed Chapter: 3 on 2/6/2008
>>Dior, son of the treacherous Beren, displays Nauglamir around his neck boldly and he will pay for his audacity.

Could 'the Nauglimir' work instead of 'displays Nauglimir'?

I really like the last part of the above quote with the word audacity. I personally think it's one of the best words to use with Celegorm who is one of the prouder sons of the Sons of Feanor.

This was very good to read.

Couch BroccoliReviewed Chapter: 3 on 4/14/2006
I really like the circular logic at play in this one. Celegorm seeks to redeem the attrocities committed by him and his brothers, by committing even worse attrocities. As I have stated before noone views themselves as evil, they always find some way to justify their actions no matter how hideous. The view inside Celegorms head shows this perfectly, as well as the fact that the closer they come to the prize the more it slips from their grasp.

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