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|From Wilderness to Cities White by Larner||5 Review(s)|
|Lindelea||Reviewed Chapter: 51 on 3/24/2015|
|Lovely. Sounds very true to Halbarad's character, in the brief introduction JRRT gave us to him. *sniff*|
Author Reply: I do hope that he died knowing that his sacrifice would not be for nothing. Thanks so much!
|Linda Hoyland||Reviewed Chapter: 51 on 11/26/2014|
|This was both sad and beautiful. I'm glad Halbarad died happy.He was a great man.|
Author Reply: I wish the Master had given us even more of this wonderful character as well, and I am certain he felt fulfilled in the end. Thank you so!
|iboneki||Reviewed Chapter: 51 on 11/19/2014|
|Oh, my tears! Halbarad always leaves me feeling so bittersweet. Lovely drabble.|
Author Reply: I think he strikes many of us that way. Thanks!
|UTfrog||Reviewed Chapter: 51 on 11/19/2014|
|Great Halbarad story. Thanks. |
Author Reply: A most special Man, Halbarad of the Dunedain. Thank you so!
|Antane||Reviewed Chapter: 51 on 11/19/2014|
|A painful but a happy death, blessed in its own way. I hope it ended this way, with the joyful knowledge the king would return.|
Namarie, God bless, Antane :)
Author Reply: As Halbarad was also descended from Earendil and Elros, I suspect he, too, had the grace to go willingly when his time came, with joy rather than fear. And it has appeared that he had foreknowledge that once he passed through the Paths of the Dead he would soon die. He had to want for that death to mean something, I believe.