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Fate and the High King's Falcon  by Baylor 16 Review(s)
Celeste Lucretia BlackReviewed Chapter: 8 on 5/20/2021
I don't know... Is everything alright now?

Celeste Lucretia BlackReviewed Chapter: 26 on 5/13/2021
Aww! Hug time!

Celeste Lucretia BlackReviewed Chapter: 23 on 5/13/2021
Merry is a lot like me. I'm always telling my sister to behave herself and not to wrinkle her clothes. But does she listen?

Celeste Lucretia BlackReviewed Chapter: 17 on 5/13/2021
Now I wonder what those names were 😂

Celeste Lucretia BlackReviewed Chapter: 16 on 5/13/2021
Poor Gimli 😂

Oh, I love I Always Know You

Celeste Lucretia BlackReviewed Chapter: 14 on 5/13/2021
Gimli and Merry... Two of the most deserving characters in the Fellowship yet receive so less credit

Celeste Lucretia BlackReviewed Chapter: 12 on 5/13/2021
"A Pippin" 😂

Celeste Lucretia BlackReviewed Chapter: 5 on 5/13/2021
My poor hobbits

EärossëReviewed Chapter: 16 on 5/18/2009
"Legolas, I do believe you're finally learning how the world works," Pippin said with a touch of pride.

That is most defanitly true.
This is great!

insigniaReviewed Chapter: 28 on 5/29/2004
Hi Baylor

I have just read through your story and wanted to let you know that I enjoyed it very much. I don't know how many others have read your story but I think that when a story is as well-written as yours that it deserves feedback and so here is mine.

I liked the way in which you described the relationships between the members of the Fellowship, although I did think that the Merry/Pippin scenes on occasion tended towards being a bit overly protective; but that is just a point of view, and my own. I liked your view of Gimli, too, but I thought that Legolas came across as a bit, um, soft?/malleable? - unlike the son of a ruling monarch ...

I liked the descriptions of the medical conditions and how they were treated and the treatments seemed quite sensible to me - if somewhat painful. They were certainly realistic and somewhat gruesome, but strangely, not off-putting! So thank you also to Marigold.

I would have liked a bit more external interfacing, with non-hobbits/other Fellowship members and the Gondorian cast, were that possible. Was it a deliberate decision not to take the story back to Minas Tirith?

I look forward to your further writing.

Best wishes and thank you


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