2 Works in OEAM Big Bang
6 Apr 2014
Maglor has seen the rise and fall of civilisations since the way to Valinor was lost. Like many other elves he chose to stay in Middle-earth, living a carefree life and loving Erestor until the fateful day that Port Royale fell into the sea. Now all that Maglor has are his memories. Or does he? Could Erestor still be alive?
As Maglor desperately tries to hold onto the memory of the one who loved him, and solve the mystery of his death over 300 years ago, he has events in his own life to consider. As an archeologist, he has access to artefacts uncovered from a new site just off the Cornish Coast. One of them is too important to let anyone have, so why does he allow his scheming boss to steal it? Will he ever get his professional reputation back? Plus, his cat is acting oddly - could it be possessed?
At the centre of it all, is a ghost that appears in mirrors. It winks at the cat, terrifies the reformed Sauron, and exacts a supreme revenge on behalf of the one he loves. As all the elves come together and meet at Land's End what will happen next? Will prophecy be fulfilled? And what of the ones they leave behind?
Sauron faces Manwë after his defeat in the Ring War. Manwë is of the opinion that Sauron could have led a different life if Melkor had not led him astray. He sends Sauron to be reborn in England, to all intents and purposes as a human. He has also removed his memory of who he used to be.
Sauron’s life is beset by early tragedy, but he also finds love and takes the opportunity to be who he wants to be. Nothing lasts forever; Manwë has a job for Sauron, one which literally could tip the balance of good and evil, thus affecting the final outcome of the approaching Dagor Dagorath. It will also mean the end of the world as Sauron knows it.
Will Sauron be able to fulfil Manwë’s command? On which side will Sauron fight in the final battle? More importantly, will Sauron be reunited with his dead human lover, and who is he really? Read and you will find out!