Reviews for Otornassë Avanwa

BY : pippychick

  • From hauntedpoem on February 05, 2017

    wonderful story! just to let you know... I am still trying to reacquaint myself with this site!


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  • From ANON - BronxWench on January 27, 2017

    Argh... my first attempt at this review was eaten...

    I was rather surprised Caranthir had not suspected the truth of the rumors about his brothers. But if he doubted, the matching rings--there's that thing about subtlety--as well as Cekegorm's reaction would be enough to give it away. And how Curufin enjoyed being the cause of the fisticuffs between Celegorm and Caranthir! Well, until he decided he was not being paid proper attention, that is.

    Curufin is a greedy elf, to want it all, and on his terms. Celegorm is happy enough to indulge him, though, and Caranthir has apparently tossed in the towel, leaving his brothers to the Valar to deal with. 

    But such an ominous ending! It made me shiver a bit, it did!

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  • From ANON - BronxWench on January 27, 2017

    How did I miss this chapter?

    In any event, Chapter 4 is ominous and full of foreboding. Such vows Curufin and Celegorm make, oaths which hint at events to come in future Ages. And of course, matching rings aren't subtle at all, especially given how little effort he made to adorn the ring for Limeithel.

    They do grow bolder as well, and take greater risks in finding time with each other. None will speak out, it seems, but such hubris almost demands response.

    And now to the next chapter, which is lovely because I don't have to wait! :)

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  • From ANON - Anon on December 05, 2016

    It's interesting. I do think Curufin is perhaps more invested in making this work between him and Celegorm, although Celegorm seems eager to have his bother as his lover. I do think it's Celegorm's wildness, his preference for the company of Huan and the wild things he hunts. And while he may see the logical path faster than Curufin, Curufin has the coldness to make it work.

    I dread what the poor elleths will face, as Curufin looks for a wife...


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  • From ANON - Anon on November 22, 2016

    I both love and want to growl at these lovely Noldor brothers. They are supremely arrogant, and yet they are also bewitching and fierce. You will laugh at me for growling when they purred over Glorfindel, though. He is not at all suitable for their games, I think.

    It really should not have surprised them how they were both thinking of the other in a more intimate way. Given the way they both felt about the Sindar, it feels inevitable they would turn to each other, but I did love the way Celegorm turned the tables on Curufin. One must be careful when hunting a hunter...

    Marvelous! :D

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  • From ANON - Anon on November 09, 2016

    Oh, my stars, you've done it again, and pulled me in to a sweet bit of darkness. This is exactly the sort of tale you weave so well, and I'm already caught up by the brothers Fëanorion.

    This line: "They did not play, but fought with each other as only brothers can, hurting each other, each giving as good as they got..." I am absolutely in awe! Superb imagery, right there, and I know it will only get better.

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