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|Imrahil's Daughters by Lialathuveril||100 Review(s)|
|Tari||Reviewed Chapter: 15 on 5/24/2016|
|What a wonderful story. I definitely have to read more of your tails.|
|Tari||Reviewed Chapter: 10 on 5/12/2016|
|The bit with the snake was quite interesting. (I hate them.) I am curious about something. Why do people refer to reptiles and foul as animals when they are not?|
Author Reply: Hi Tari,
I don't mind snakes myself actually (in our local zoo you're allowed to handle corn snakes and they're really quite interesting).
I don't quite understand your question though. Reptiles are animals, aren't they? Or did I misunderstand you?
|Tari||Reviewed Chapter: 4 on 5/4/2016|
|I have been captivated by this story from the first chapter and can hardy wait for lunch so I can continue to read.|
Author Reply: Hi Tari
I hope you enjoyed your lunch and the rest of the story!
Thanks for reviewing
|obsidianj||Reviewed Chapter: 15 on 1/20/2013|
|What a lovely ending. Eomer with twin daughters. That calls for at least another son as back-up heir *g*. The scene with Eomer waiting with his son was so sweet. I loved it. |
Good luck with your original story.
Author Reply: Hello obsidianj,
I'm sure Lothiriel will manage to talk Eomer into trying for that back-up heir ;-D
And thanks for the good wishes!
|walker-skye||Reviewed Chapter: 15 on 1/15/2013|
|I'm kinda sad to see the end of this, its become one of my favorites, one I'll come back to again. Thank you for a delightful tale, of two strong, complex characters, very believeable, and likeable! I look forward to more tales from the "Beehive of Rohan"!|
Author Reply: Hello walker-skye,
I always think it's a really nice compliment when a story is worth re-reading, thank you! And lol about the 'Beehive of Rohan'.
|Larner||Reviewed Chapter: 15 on 1/14/2013|
|Indeed well named. And they're planning to blame it on her potent mead, are they? Heh! Now I'll have to open my bottle in the fridge and have a few ounces in honor of Eomer's daughters! At least there really are two this time! Heh!|
A delightful tale, and good luck with the original story!
Author Reply: Hello Larner,
I hope you enjoyed your mead. Perhaps one day I'll write a sequel about how much trouble real twins can cause (as I'm sure they will).
Thank you for your good wishes and until next time!
|Agape4Gondor||Reviewed Chapter: 15 on 1/14/2013|
|Excellent! I am content. I was a wee bit afraid you were going to follow Tolkien's lead and do away with the delightful Gliwen.|
Bless you for a great time of reading.
Author Reply: Hello Agape,
don't worry, I'm actually quite soft-hearted and I don't hurt my characters beyond the odd snakebite, near-drowning and orc attack ;-)
|obsidianj||Reviewed Chapter: 14 on 1/13/2013|
|A lovely chapter. I loved the way Eomer handles his people and is handled by them. The easy love and respect between them. And that scene with the horses was just gorgeous. How they showed up out of the mist and the understanding they have. Just great.|
Author Reply: Thanks! Tolkien described the Rohirrim's horses as mostly grey and I have this picture of them blending in with the mists. I'm pleased to hear you liked the scene!
|Linda Hoyland||Reviewed Chapter: 14 on 1/11/2013|
|I just loved the part about the horses. An auspicious omen that they take to Lothiriel .What a lovely bride gift from Eomer!|
Author Reply: Hello Linda,
it's a good start for her after all the earlier trouble, isn't it?
Have a nice Sunday!
|picara||Reviewed Chapter: 14 on 1/9/2013|
|I am a bad reviewer. I have read most, if not all, of your Lothloriel stories, and I love them. But this particular chapter inspired me to finally review. I loved the scene with the horses. They were such strong characters in such a short space. From the ones that were the lords and ladies to even the little colts peeking out to look at the people. That was such a well done scene. I loved it!|
Author Reply: Hello picara,
thanks for reviewing, it's always nice to hear from a new reader. And I'm pleased to hear you enjoyed my stories! Though I'm not much of a rider myself, I love horses and always thought the Mearas must be very special indeed. This seemed like the perfect opportunity to have a scene with them in one of my stories.