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Tell This Mortal  by Chathol-linn 4 Review(s)
LinsulReviewed Chapter: 2 on 8/15/2004
Wonderful descriptives, I am really enjoying this!! I could all most see Gimli!!

Author Reply: Thanks, Linsul. Gimli's delightful, irascible character will never grow old in the minds of Tolkien fans. Regards - Chathol-linn

daw the minstrelReviewed Chapter: 2 on 6/13/2004
I've just been writing about Dwarves and was amused by your citing the "old stories" that dwarves grew fat with age because I'd just been reading about Bombur. I was struck by how soon Men forget other races and they disappear.

Author Reply: It scares me to death how quickly Men forget other races. If Gimli and his folk can vanish, so can Elves. And that breaks my heart. Send me an e-mail on your dwarf writings - I'd enjoy reading them. Regards - Chathol-linn

NilmandraReviewed Chapter: 2 on 6/13/2004
Wonderful description of old Gimli. I can't wait to your description of Legolas next to him. To imagine all of the mortals we loved during the war of the Ring old and gray, or dead, and still the elf lives in timeless beauty.

I already like Aerlinn. I like the tales and the lies, and I like that she remembers the old tales.

Author Reply: Hello, Nilmandra, and thank you! I agree - it breaks my heart to think of our friends leaving us and yet Gimli must have been around 262 years old when Aragorn died. Regards - Chathol-linn

Jay of LasgalenReviewed Chapter: 2 on 6/13/2004
Intriguing. I'm enjoying this story very much, and think you've done a great job with Aerlinn. I look forward to more - and equally prompt updates!


Author Reply: It's great to hear from you, Jay, and very heartening that you like Aerlinn. Her story, especially as it impacts Legolas, has been on my mind for a while. Regards - Chathol-linn

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