Hi Karlmir. This was a really interesting look at Tom's life. I really liked the details about Elessar's standing army and about the forest craft, as well as the reference to the waning of the Elve's power. I found it sad and touching.
Author's Response: Most of my stories take place in the Fourth Age and deal in some way with the changing political and social climate in Middle Earth as I imagine it. I'm glad you enjoyed the story. Thanks for reviewing.
2009 MEFA Third Place Winner in the Adventure Category.
Brandon wakes up in the middle of a forest in another world. Is it a dream? Or is he stuck in an unfamiliar place where his life might no longer matter? Please read and review!
Hi. After months of pestering from my sister (Narya), I've finally decided to start reviewing on this site and I followed her recomendation to your story, and all I can say so far is well done. This is a great piece of work. Nice to see us guys getting in on the action and falling into Middle Earth for a change!!!
I'll keep reading.
Author's Response: Thank you so much! I'm glad you like the story, and I hope you continue to read it! Thanks for reviewing!
Wow. Powerful stuff.
This is a really excellent story, I'm loving it. Apologies for sounding like that irritating McDonalds ad :p
Author's Response: Thank you for the review. As I said before, I am really glad that you like the story. I hope I'll continue to meet your expectations as the tale goes on.
And now I'm up to date :-)
This is really good - I especially liked the way you dealt with Gandalf's death. The scene in the Halls of Mandos was also very chilling.
I'm glad you're sticking mainly to book-based events - I don't have a major problem with movie-verse, but certain scenes get overdone in a big way.
Will there be more soon? Or are you waiting for my lazy sister to finish checking through the latest installment? :p
Thank you again for the glowing review! I really like the books a lot better than the movie because you can do more with book-verse. I agree with what you say about movie-verse scenes; trying to re-capture cinema moments through writing is very difficult. If not done the right way, the end product is much too dramatic.
More is on the way, I'm cultivating ideas for the Two Towers part of Brandon's involvement in Middle Earth which is distracting me from his time in Lothlorien. Other plot bunnies are getting in the way as well. :-D No, all edits are up-to-date. Your sister is a very diligent beta!
I will probably have another chapter up by Saturday, and possibly another on Sunday or Monday. Thanks for the review!
Oh blimey...even though you've told me where you're going with this I still enjoy it. Wulf and Bee are cute together - reminds me of someone, somehow :p
Good last line.
Author's Response: Cheers! Glad you like it, thanks for reading :-) ps - what happened to my phone call!?
Oh, the tension...
Miss you, sis x
Author's Response: Oh, hey there stranger, who are you again? :p not seen you on here in a while. Procrastination, much? x
Good times, dude.
I still maintain that our Quest was all you're idea.
Author's Response: Yeah? You're the oldest - it's your fault, all your fault! Joke ;-) I miss you!
OK seriously I was eating my lunch when I read that part with the rabbit!
You have a sick mind.
Good story but very sad...actually all you're stories are sad...I'm getting worried about you... :p nah, honestly, well done, it's awesome.
Author's Response: Thank you! And there had to be sadness/angst/something...there's no story without conflict! Apologies if you lost your lunch. x