The Children of Hurin errr... wtf? Now, I can't say I don't like this story. In fact, I really like this particular story; just have a look at my user name. But it would a re-retelling of this famous story. After all, The Silmarilion covers 34 pages on the story (of Turin Turambar) and Unfinished tales (Narn i Hin Hurin. trl; The Story of Hurins Children) does more then 125 and is the biggest section in that book. Can a book about a story we've all been reading for some ages now be that great? I mean, it's going to be about thrice as thick as the UT version. Does that mean we'll get allll the stories and side-lines and possible endings and plottwists Tolkien ever wrote? Would that make an improvement on the UT? Will the book be another Tolkien Scolar edition? Or - will it make for a book-long epic tale, just as the Hobbit and LotR are? I would say; opinionise!