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Seven Stones and Seven Stars and One White Tree  by shirebound 35 Review(s)
PSWReviewed Chapter: 3 on 12/3/2015
This was a very cool story -- I loved the different POVs. Thanks for writing!

Author Reply: Thank you. These POVs were quite a challenge!

ArielReviewed Chapter: 3 on 3/16/2009
Oh, Shirebound! That's beautiful! I really think this is one of your best! I am re-reading some of my favorites and, of course, your Avalanche is one of them, and it is a delight to see how much your writing style has improved over the years. You are perfecting a skill you already had in great measure - much to my, and I am sure all your readers' delight!

Author Reply: Thank you so much, and I'm just thrilled to hear from you. I'm delighted that you can see progress in my writing over the years. What a lovely compliment.

This little series was such a departure for me, and I'm very glad you enjoyed it.

LarnerReviewed Chapter: 3 on 7/23/2008
Hope for Hope, planted by Hope in hope's promise!

Oh, yes!

Author Reply: I like how you say that. These three vignettes were such a joy to write.

LarnerReviewed Chapter: 2 on 7/23/2008
Oh, the joy of the elanor plants as Aragorn and Frodo share their beauty and promise! I love this!

Author Reply: I'm so glad! :)

LarnerReviewed Chapter: 1 on 7/23/2008
Ah--so the Fellowship brings hope to the abandoned stones of a kingdom gone to ruin, that they might one day again find use and the company of beings who will appreciate them. Wonderful, Shirebound.

Author Reply: Thank you so much. It's such a fascinating challenge to bring a voice to the voiceless.

Gentle HobbitReviewed Chapter: 3 on 4/26/2008
Oohh, I do like these very much! I feel the differences of each one, their land, their history, what they see, what is important to them. You don't burden your vignettes with detail, but you say just enough that I want to wander among the trees and perhaps understand a little bit more of their world. Thank you for this silvan trilogy.

Author Reply: what is important to them

I like how you say that; that's exactly the distinction I was trying to make. Thank you for reading! :)

AntaneReviewed Chapter: 3 on 3/29/2008
An interesting series...

Namarie, God bless, Antane :)

Author Reply: Thank you, Antane. It was interesting to write.

mistry89Reviewed Chapter: 3 on 3/29/2008
Thank you - These are wonderful, all different (and unusual) povs, and yet all singing the changes. Eerie thought, that such a long view can be grasped.
Thank you!

Author Reply: Thank *you*! I'm very glad you enjoyed reading these as much as I enjoyed the challenge of finding these 'voices'. :)

Linda HoylandReviewed Chapter: 3 on 3/28/2008
These were just lovely and very unusual.

Author Reply: Thank you, Linda. These *were* very unusual for me to write! The ideas just seemed to want to be written.

HalrohirReviewed Chapter: 3 on 3/27/2008
And I am not dissapointed! Another tale from the voiceless, and it is no less than the others.

Thank you so very much, for telling me the stories of plant and stone!

HALROHIR

Author Reply: Thank you for your lovely comments. I truly enjoyed bringing the 'voices' of these beings to life.

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