You don't have to put Earth is a different world, Soulwriter, Tolkien said it was this one, 6-9,000 years ago, so it is just a different time. I like the fact that you have bothered with a prologue, you've begun with canon characters and not - er popular ones, shall we say; you have been descriptive and taken your time with these less than glowing beings, which is great. I will always think that is Sauron wanted an ultimate weapon [ in the form of a person ] he would try and enslave an Elf warrior, torturing them as Morgoth did before the First Age, trying to corrupt and enslave them [ although he did not have the power Morgoth did ] or Aragorn himself. I really do not think, given how women were portrayed in Tolkien's universe, that it would be a female. Galadriel was the most powerful female of the Age, and her powers were defensive and protective, not aggressive. However, I am sure you know this and I will be interested to see how this develops. Take care. Happy writing! Oh, p.s. You have set this as a Round Robin, did you mean to have other people contribute, as you seemed to state that you had the story pretty much mapped out on your own.
Author's Response: Thanks for your ideas and review, I really do appreciate it! In the story the human will actually be transported from Earth (Middle Earth in the future) to the past in Middle Earth. It will be Sauron's mistake thinking that Earth is an entirely different world. The next few chapters will reveal all that stuff in detail. Thanks again! =]