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|Pale-Faced Tark by Canafinwe||8 Review(s)|
|Rowanfair||Reviewed Chapter: 2 on 2/18/2017|
|I agree this story needed a closure (and I am looking forward to more about Thorongils whereabouts after having left Gondor behind...)|
Great idea to decide for THAT price! I´ve never been aware of the full history of this particular item! One can truly imagine the torture in having to part with a piece invaluable like that.
Thanks for coming back to the old man in reminding us that there will remain hope to find pure integrity and a kind heart even among enemies, always. I also appreciate, you allow Thorongil to reflect on his own part in a gruel history between two very different people.There is always two sides to a medal...
And, NO - I am NOT going to lament this time, about what you put your main character through ;-)))... getting used to it finally... :-)
Just hope for more (well - challenges, not necessarily suffering) ...
|Rowanfair||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 2/18/2017|
|I really enjoyed the way you shaped this chapter from a totally different point of view - an old man reflecting on the gruel habits of his own people. No wonder you managed a reward!|
Beside - I like this different setting, giving some insight to the world beyond Anduin ( Tolkien never discovered that in detail).
|Linda Hoyland||Reviewed Chapter: 2 on 1/3/2014|
|This moving and powerful story has haunted me since I first read it.|
|GoldenRemembrance||Reviewed Chapter: 2 on 12/24/2013|
|How interesting! I would love to know more about how Aragorn stops going south and ends up heading north again. At this rate he will simply end up circumnavigating middle earth!|
Author Reply: Thank you! Yes, he eventually accomplished what he sought out to do and turned north again. Maybe I'll write that one someday; it's an intriguing idea.
|UTfrog||Reviewed Chapter: 2 on 12/23/2013|
|I nearly missed this completion. I am so glad I saw it. The original story was excellent, but the additional chapter raises it to outstanding. It really teaches why Aragorn wanted to make a lasting peace after the war. Thank you. |
Author Reply: Thank you so much! I've always found it very telling that he sued for peace with Harad, but not with Rhun. I'm delighted you liked this piece.
|GoldenRemembrance||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 12/20/2013|
|Lovely as always! I look forward to any more chapters to come!|
P.S. I don't know what it takes to post a chapter, so I won't beg for more by tomorrow, but I do look forward to more as soon as possible! :)
Author Reply: Thank you so much! I'll post the second part stat. Cheers!
|Larner||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 12/20/2013|
|We know that the one he has helped is the one who led those who slew the old man's sons; but there is hope here of a kind the old basket weaver barely remembers. A worthy thing the old man has done, and he shall know a reward he perhaps may never appreciate in this life....|
Author Reply: Yes; and it is those unknown rewards that are often the greatest. Thank you as always for sharing your insight!
|UTfrog||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 12/19/2013|
|Is this a rewrite of am earlier story. It seems familiar. As noted before you are very good with vivid imagery whether Arsgorn is hot or cold. Thank you. |
Author Reply: I wrote it for Teitho years ago, but only just now got around to posting it here. I'm very pleased to know the imagery comes across well. Thank you so much!