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More Things in Heaven and Earth  by Branwyn 41 Review(s)
LevadeReviewed Chapter: 7 on 8/19/2019
Wow, I love this story! Boromir returned, brothers sharing a dream, hounds recoiling (they remind me of the red and white hounds of the Wild Hunt in Welsh legends), elves sensing an otherworldly presence... What isn't to love? I'm just truly surprised at the lack of reviews, but then again, people read but don't review much anymore.

This is my kind of story. Not only the unique idea of Boromir returning, not as a ghost, but truly as a solid person, and the brothers being able to reunite. For a time, probably, but still. Who did not want Boromir to return and give Faramir a huge hug and tell him, "Well done!". I'm just sad Denethor never had that chance, but hopefully he found his peace in Namo's care.

I hope you continute this. I know it's draining when so few readers feed the writer, but the tale is captivating and I can't wait to see what is going on in Minas Tirith where the valiant dead return!

Author Reply: Thank you so much for reviewing!

For the past few months, I've been cleaning up the grammar in some of my older writing (pruning unnecessary adverbs, that sort of thing), but I do mean to return to this tale and finish it.

Sadly, fan culture seems to have moved away from interaction between writers and readers. I do get more reviews here than at Archive of Our Own or FF.net, even though there are more readers on those sites.

Thanks again!


curiouswombatReviewed Chapter: 7 on 5/5/2019
How good to see that this story is continuing - thank you so much!

And how fascinating the update is - I do hope the muse behaves and you can write more of it.

Author Reply: Thanks for the kind review!

Raksha The DemonReviewed Chapter: 7 on 4/20/2019
Did my other review not go through? Anyway, wonderful to see that you're alive and (hopefully) well and still writing terrific chapters. Please continue to update this fascinating story!

Author Reply: Hi Raksha!
Still alive and kicking. I'd like to get back into writing. Fingers crossed. Hope all is well with you and the doggos. Thanks for the review!

FlorrieReviewed Chapter: 6 on 5/23/2014
Incredible story! I wish you'd add more too it. :)

Linda HoylandReviewed Chapter: 6 on 1/12/2012
I'm enjoying this story very much from it's "Hamlet" like beginnings to poor Faramir's shock and amazement. Trust Boromir to be a far from typical ghost. I had to laugh at fetching a healer for a ghost. You have me worried about the white Tree.

LarnerReviewed Chapter: 6 on 1/12/2012
It's time for them to investigate the cistern chamber, I'd deem.

LarnerReviewed Chapter: 5 on 1/12/2012
An all too accurate comment on his cousin is that last thought of Eldahil's! Poor Faramir. And Hirluin WOULD return betimes!

LarnerReviewed Chapter: 4 on 1/12/2012
An awful job for Eldahil. And I agree with Boromir--he's here for a reason, and not likely to be forced to flee by mere sunrise.

FiondilReviewed Chapter: 6 on 1/9/2012
"Every Elf in my household sensed the presence of one who is not of this world."

And what better proof does Faramir need than this? *grin* I do hope he listens to Arwen. She knows of what she speaks.

Looking forward to reading more, Branwyn, but I hope it's sooner rather than later becsuse the suspense is killing me. *LOL!*

Author Reply: Thanks for the kind review. This story isn't getting much response so I'm not sure how soon I will update it. I'm sort of fed by reviews, lol. (But I appreciate yours, so thanks.)

Agape4GondorReviewed Chapter: 6 on 1/8/2012
*shivers*

Another haunting (pun intended) chapter. I didn't get a notification. I'm glad another's story brought me here.

Poor Faramie AND poor Boromir. I was cold just watching him. Boromir is showing great restraint. I think if he stood before anyone else, he would be ranring and raving. This shows his great love and respect for his brother. Well written.

I was never so glad to see Arwen. This burden placed upon Faramur was beyond endurance. That he cobtrolled himself so well in the face of horroe and joy,,,

Pray continue, Lady Branwyn. A masteeful tale.



Author Reply: I think Boromir has more self-discipline than people give him credit for. In the book, he often disagrees with the decisions taken by the Fellowship, but he usually makes his rather snarky objection and leaves it at that. And not only does he love and respect Faramir, but he knows that he is already seen as suspect and wouldn't improve his situation by acting like a maniac. *grin*
Thanks so much for the lovely review!

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