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The Burden of Sons  by Linaewen 5 Review(s)
TariReviewed Chapter: 1 on 6/27/2011
This should be called A Tribute To The Fellowship, for indeed that is what it is. They were all brave in their own ways and brougt abut the peace Middle-earth long desired.

Well done!

LarnerReviewed Chapter: 1 on 6/19/2011
I've had this on my desktop to read for days, and I'm glad I have. Excellent writing and excellent premise. Yes, I can so see Legolas thinking this, coming to these conclusions.

eilujReviewed Chapter: 1 on 6/2/2011
This quotation popped up on the main page, and I thought of your story:

But there was in Thranduil's heart a still deeper shadow. He had seen the horror of Mordor and could not forget it. If ever he looked south its memory dimmed the light of the Sun, and though he knew that it was now broken and deserted and under the vigilance of the Kings of Men, fear spoke in his heart that it was not conquered for ever: it would arise again.

Appendix B, Unfinished Tales

EllynnReviewed Chapter: 1 on 5/31/2011
Wonderful story, Lin. I like how you portray Legolas and his thoughts.

Laikwal‚ssÍReviewed Chapter: 1 on 5/31/2011
awesome, lovely, simply perfect. How can someone better express the love for a father? Legolas oath made me swallow. What a believable reason to destroy the ring. To free his father and bring peace to his heart. Simply perfect. Thank you so much for this story. Lai

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