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|Ten Thousand Years Will Not Suffice by Agape4Gondor||2 Review(s)|
|Larner||Reviewed Chapter: 55 on 7/19/2010|
|Apparently my muse agrees with yours, for in my-verse Hurin also shared the dream, knowing it even before Faramir did for the first time, but not sharing it until he heard that Faramir had had it, too.|
|Sarasrati||Reviewed Chapter: 55 on 12/1/2008|
|As always, wonderful updates and well worth the wait! Denethor's vision of Boromir on the Anduin is a very good touch. I can see the seeds of his final madness beginning in a way much more convincing than anything else I have read; it is not simply that his son is dead, but that he may have brought it about in trying to save him. It gives me chills. |
I absolutely love the banter between Boromir and Faramir in their little copse, too. "I would laugh as I saw you lost in Rohan..." Priceless.
Author Reply: Their really had to be an extraordinary reason first, for Denethor to send his son, and second, to send his Captain-General. And alone??? I still can't figure that one out - so I thought the stealth reason might work.
As for the banter, I do so love writing the brothers Mir - wish there could have been happier times!
Bless you for your loyalty and your reviews!