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|Murder Most Foul by Larner||3 Review(s)|
|Szepilona10||Reviewed Chapter: 25 on 9/11/2011|
|Well that was a good chapter! It's so good to finally see them free! I wonder what will happen to them now?|
Author Reply: Oh, yes, finally free! And you shall have your questions answered!
|Angwen||Reviewed Chapter: 25 on 9/11/2011|
|I just can't help myself... fiction is so much better than reality. These guys get Aragorn on their team. The real guys got... Henry Rollins? Ah well. ^_^|
(Just picking on Henry, but don't tell him, he might holler at me... seriously - love the guy! And not a perfect anaolgy, I know, but the mental image of 'Aragorn VS Henry' is awesome!)
Author Reply: The real guys got Henry Rollins, Eddie Vedder, Natalie Maines of the Dixie Chicks, Johnny Depp, Larry King, John Mark Byers, Peter Jackson and Fran Walsh (and Damien and Lorri, I understand, will be flying to New Zealand in a month or two as Peter and Fran's guests and may even find themselves in bit parts in The Hobbit if PJ stays true to form!), yours truly, and countless others, great and small, who have been working for years to see them freed.
But I would certainly love finding Aragorn, Faramir, Prince Imrahil, and various of their relatives and supporters working to see my name cleared in such a case! Certainly would be much quicker, I think, in Middle Earth than it's proved here in the good ol' US of A! Yes, fiction worked much faster and more cleanly than reality this time. Thanks so, Angwen!
|Teresa||Reviewed Chapter: 25 on 9/11/2011|
|I'm so glad that true justice prevailed in the end! Aragorn is the Man! I loved seeing how he dealt with Fendril, Elenmir and their cohorts! I wonder if that couple from Destrier will buy a clue or keep running their mouths? After all, the story of how the King banished them from the Citadel is going to make the rounds! Serves them right! I'm not suprised that Frodo would stand witness for the children; he and Aragorn would both want the innocent victims to be remembered. I liked how Danarion saw that glow around Aragorn and Frodo, and how he and his friends were facinated by seeing Gimli and the others. I hope that they get to see more of them! Sigh.....I know Ruvemir won't meet Aragorn and the others for several years but I kept feeling as if he was there in spirit for some reason! Actually, he's in Castamir right now, isn't he? Or are the plans for the work there still in the very early stages? Ah well.....as always your story has been enjoyable and has fed my love of Middle Earth once more! Many thanks! :) |
Author Reply: Yes, true justice prevailed for all of those brought before Aragorn that day. I can't be certain what happened with the couple from Destrier--the real-life NONs were insisting right up to the last moment that the prosecutors would once again convince Jessie to give yet another false confession, while some are still insisting that things went far differently from what the physical evidence and real witnesses and photographs made indicate, and so on. Some people will so bind themselves to questionable conclusions that they will keep insisting to the death that black is really white and that even the prosecution's own witnesses were wrong when they admitted not all was precisely the way the police and prosecutors presented the case! I suspect those two would still be muttering about interference from backwards notherners for years!
To actually see Hobbits, Dwarves, and Elves, and to learn that the "father tree" is a recognized representative of still another race must have heartened the three youths a good deal--no, not all wonder has been stripped from the world; and these are now able to learn more. And I do suspect that Danarion and perhaps Carenthor as well would recognize there is something particularly special about the King and his small friend the Ringbearer. Yes, I suspect that Ruvemir is either on his father's farm or actually in Castamir at the time--there's a good chance he might yet meet Danarion, you'll find in the epilogue chapter.
One more chapter, then the Author's Notes and Postscript to post. Thanks so for following along!