To ch. 11: The story of Erestor and Glorfindel truly shows both their faults. Although I take it that if Erestor had really tried back in Gondolin to win Glorfindel, he could have achieved this? Will Erestor find a love again? Tinara
Author's Response: Ah, that is an interesting question. The bitterness of Erestor really pu a lot of people off, I think. Back in Gondolin, Erestor desired Glorfindel and got him. But he never won the warrior's heart. There is a reason I have not yet revealed, but because of this I do not think Glorfindel would ever have truly loved Erestor. Thus the bitterness is not without cause. I do want to try and help Erestor begin healing, for many have sympathised with his plight, me included. Thank you so much for another review! Now I am really going to go finish that chapter!
I had only now time to catch up with the story. When you first described Galdor and his decision to become Legolas guardian I was very suspicious of his intentions. But I came to appreciate him more with the unfolding tale. I like your detailed descriptions of Legolas belief and all the customs. Keep up the good work!
Author's Response: Thank you somuch Tinara for giving me another review! I think Galdor will be a good Guardian for Legolas, too. I am working on another chapter, it is just fighting me a little bit. thanks again! cheers, fred
I really like this story! The culture-clash situations are just to funny (at times) or angering me so that I wish I could shake some sense in Erestor and Co! Please continue!
Author's Response: oh thanks so much tinara! you are my very first review over here and i am so glad you like the story. hold on to your hat, erestor gets much worse before he gets better. i promise to continue, having just overcome a 'what is the point' crisis, thanks to some friends' kindness. cheers, fremmet