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The Road to Edoras  by Dreamflower 529 Review(s)
cgrEAFpUTUQNIMqyAReviewed Chapter: 29 on 7/15/2012
Hi, I was wondering if this book (Nex) was sutiable for a 12 year old girl? (My daughter) I have every intention of reading a copy myself and therefore finding out for myself if it's sutiable, but I'm still deep in another book. I've not found any kind of rating for any of your books, apologies if I've just not looked hard enough!Cheers.Tony

vsGuprFMibReviewed Chapter: 16 on 7/14/2012
Hi Grant,It's up to you whether you want to post all the cthapers. It may be best to only post the chapter you intend to read and give a quick recap of the events leading up to this chapter. That way folks won't be confused. If you simply want to e-mail the chapter to everyone and not leave it on the web, then copy and paste it into Mail Subscribers on the Dashboard. A copy will go out to everyone, but it won't save to the website. Cheers,Laurel

nancylea57Reviewed Chapter: 23 on 5/22/2010
you know i love your stories.

that said each time i read this i wonder bout the fifth paragrap in this chapter. rolly and denny are teaching the beginners not are the beginners; are have i confused myself? anyway back to my re-enjoyment of your tale.

Author Reply: You are absolutely right! It is supposed say "Jolly and Mosco". Do you know after all of this time, you are the ONLY person who ever spotted that?

*gives you an award for being a sharp-eyed reader*

*scurries off to fix it*

MÓdhaerReviewed Chapter: Author's Notes on 9/2/2009
It's official. I like this story WAY too much. I don't remember my dream last night, but I know Cado was in it.

~MÓdhaer

(PS) I only just started having LOTR dreams.

Author Reply: I am so glad that you enjoyed the story! And dreaming about LOTR is a great thing to do-- I can't think of a better thing to dream of!

MÓdhaerReviewed Chapter: 41 on 9/1/2009
ď…othain, I should like to speak with you privily.Ē
My spelling error alert is going off.
I didn't notice it the first time, but I see it now. Please correct when you have the time.

~MÓdhaer

Author Reply: Spelling error? I'm afraid I don't know what you mean...I don't see any misspelled words in that particular sentence.

Unless maybe you meant "privily"? That's an archaic term for "privately".

Adv. 1. privily - confidentially or in secret; "told her friend privily that she was planning to be married"
archaicism, archaism - the use of an archaic expression
http://www.thefreedictionary.com/privily

Anyway, I am glad you are enjoying the story.

MÓdhaerReviewed Chapter: 30 on 9/1/2009
I just found more proof that Clovis and Dago are idiots!
They very clearly have the word 'traitor' tattooed on the back of both hands. Even if they did escape and find a needle artist, said needle artist would see the tattoo. Perhaps the needle artist might realize that the word 'traitor' is there for a reason. I'm surprised none of your characters realized that.

~MÓdhaer

Author Reply: They are idiots, really. I expect Dago figured he could either find a dishonest needle artist or an illiterate one, but really, he doesn't think ahead very well. Remember how he got caught in the first place, trying to pass himself off as Sam's father? And then answering to his own name the first time he heard it?

Of course, I'm sure Legolas knew what would happen, but he thought it better to allow them the illusion of escape, in order to teach them just how impossible it really was.

MÓdhaerReviewed Chapter: 28 on 8/30/2009
For the first time Derehild spoke up, ďSurely not one of the holbytlan?Ē she asked.
I'm pretty sure you said Derehild does not speak Westron.
Sorry if I'm getting nitpicky.

Author Reply: You are keeping me nimble! I had to think a moment to remember my characters! Actually, Derehild speaks Westron, though heavily accented, while the mother Bertrade was the one who could not speak Westron.

I don't mind nitpicky-- it shows you are engaged with the story!

MÓdhaerReviewed Chapter: 55 on 8/20/2009
I've decided to give this story a critical review. You know, like a critic.

Your characters were well developed and believable. Your storyline was easy to follow and well constructed. The interaction between characters was wonderful. Please post the sequel as soon as possible.

Your faithful reader,
MÓdhaer

Author Reply: I'm very glad that you have enjoyed the story! And I like getting critical reveiws.

As to the sequels (yes, *two* sequesl!) I am working on both of them, but they are not nearly ready to post yet. Please be assured that as soon as they are, I will begin to post "In the Court of the High King" and "Cado's Year".

Paladin1420Reviewed Chapter: Author's Notes on 7/16/2009
Like Freddy, I want to know what wonders await them in Minas Tirith. I have enjoyed this story very much and look forward to whatever comes next.

Thanks

Author Reply: I'm so glad you enjoyed the story. I have already been working on the sequels, but it will be a while before they are ready to post.

Thank you so much for letting me know how you liked the story!

GamgeeFestReviewed Chapter: 55 on 7/13/2009
I'm glad Legolas had a sense of humor about the prank. And who knows? By the time they reach Ithilien he might have grown used to the scent of pipeweed! LOL! Enjoyed Gimli's teasing of him and all the farewells. I was sorry that Cado didn't get to see his father one last time though.

And now - trilogy! :D

Author Reply: Well, the Elf is old enough to appreciate the artistry of a good joke! Though I do doubt he will ever like the smell of pipe-weed! Gimli just had to tease him, so that their farewell would not get too sentimental!

Poor Cado.

Have more work to do before any of that is ready for posting! But fear not it will come!

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