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Then slowly he began to sing: Through Rohan over fen and field where the long
grass grows The West Wind comes walking, and about the walls it goes. 'What
news from the West, O wandering wind, do you bring to me tonight? Have you ...
Then Legolas sang: From the mouths of the Sea the South Wind flies, from the
sandhills and the stones; The wailing of the gulls it bears, and at the gate it
moans. 'What news from the South, O sighing wind, do you bring to me at eve?
He was warm, but the wind in his face was keen and refreshing. He was with
Gandalf. The horror of the stone and of the hideous shadow over the moon was
fading, things left behind in the mists of the mountains or in a passing dream.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - WolfORourc - www.librarything.com
My absolute favorite story, but as an adult I have a hard time with the heavy use of passive voice and the simple verbs. Granted, Tolkien wrote the book for children, but I can only give 4 stars for the language and the slow passages. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - williemeikle - www.librarything.com
This book changed my life. Before it I was a spotty 14 year old hooked on my science studies. Then I read LOTR, and, at the same time, discovered women existed and.....but thats enough of that. You ... Read full review
The Departure of Boromir
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