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|From Wilderness to Cities White by Larner||4 Review(s)|
|Bitsay||Reviewed Chapter: 36 on 10/2/2015|
|How wonderful that your Faramir is in keeping with book canon, and not PJ's portrayal. I understand the movie required some changes to the plot etc, but I think they short changed Faramir in the movie. Book Faramir is divine!|
Author Reply: After all, Faramir is the one character everyone loves, whether as their own favorite character or as their second, perhaps third choice. I so agree with you! Faramir is indeed divine!
|Antane||Reviewed Chapter: 36 on 9/24/2013|
|This is a great story and a worthy gift to Linda and to Faramir and all of us. Love the man! Sorry it took so long to get here and enjoy it! :|
Namarie, God bless, Antane :)
Author Reply: And I'm so very glad that you do like it, Antane. Not many more worthy individuals from Gondor than Faramir, after all!
|UTfrog||Reviewed Chapter: 36 on 9/17/2013|
|This fits wonderfully with your other stories. It also covers a rarely seen time period. I have always wondered what timetable was followed on the (book) coronation day. Aragorn and Faramir must have been exhausted with Sam and Frodo far worse. Thank you. |
Author Reply: I suspect they all found themselves feeling a bit overwhelmed that day. And I also strongly suspect that Frodo and Sam needed to ride up through the city so soon after their recovery. And I love dovetailing my stories into one another, as you know! Thanks so!
|shirebound||Reviewed Chapter: 36 on 9/17/2013|
|What a beautifully-written conversation; it's like something missing from the Professor's tale, now restored.|
Author Reply: Oh, but I am so honored! Thank you--what a compliment!