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Agape's Attempts  by Agape4Gondor 296 Review(s)
Grey WondererReviewed Chapter: 56 on 10/7/2015
A very fitting goodbye between brothers. A friend pointed this one out to me and it made me recall your lovely fictions. I just wanted to let you know that I enjoyed reading this one. I hope you are well.

LinaewenReviewed Chapter: 76 on 6/16/2013
This is sad and beautiful. Boromir was responsible for so much and so many for so long, I'm glad he finally found peace and the ability to let go.

Author Reply: If you and the Man from Gondor have taught me anything, it's to let go. Bless you!

LinaewenReviewed Chapter: 77 on 6/16/2013
You should see the grin on my face!! What a sweet little birthday present you've penned for me! I hope Boromir's Linaewen will return soon to take away his melancholy! :-)

Author Reply: *does happy dance*

I'm so glad you liked it. I knew I had to do something. Bless you for your friendship and support over these many, many years. Now - hint hint - to get back to the Mumak. Did you happen to notice where 'she' is from? ROTFL

FiondilReviewed Chapter: 77 on 6/16/2013
A beautiful moment between the brothers, Agape. Alas for what never happened! Poor Boromir.

Author Reply: I can always hope that there was a moment of joy. Thanks for your review. You know it is most appreciated.

LarnerReviewed Chapter: 77 on 6/16/2013
I hope that the lady would have been worthy of his love. Excellent!

Author Reply: With a name like Lineawen, how could she not be. Bless you for the stellar response. *blushes*

LindeleaReviewed Chapter: 77 on 6/16/2013
Alas, poor Boromir!

I particularly like this piece of description. It brings the scene to life, as if I'm right there. Nice job fitting a whole lot of meaning into just a few words.

Faramir shifted on the hard stone ledge overlooking the Pelennor. The sky, crystal blue as hed ever seen it, caused him to shade his eyes. Anduin cut through the farmlands below like a great blue-grey ribbon.

Author Reply: Lindelea! You made my day. I've been working on a fantasy, hoping to get it published, and I wasn't happy with it. I realize now, after your comment about the description, that that is what is lacking. Just one or two sentences added to a scene to 'bring it to life.'


LarnerReviewed Chapter: 76 on 4/13/2013
Oh, but I love Boromir's more clear-headed evaluation of his relationship with his brother. At least he knows that Faramir will be safe in Aragorn's care, and he accepts Aragorn as the King Returned. And the Voice of the Ring is stilled in his heart now that Frodo has chosen his own road. At least he knows that blessing.

Author Reply: Peace. He really deserved some. He goes to the afterlife in peace. I like what Tolkien said about Boromir's face when Faramir sees him in the boat. Peace filled.

Bless you for your comments.

LindeleaReviewed Chapter: 76 on 4/12/2013
Alas, poor Boromir. I'm glad he found peace at the last.

Author Reply: Me, too! Our Man of Gondor had suffered enough. Even if he did scare the bejeebies out of Frodo. :-)

Thanks for reading.

LindeleaReviewed Chapter: 25 on 4/12/2013
Vivid imagery! You imagine Boromir's thoughts very well; I love the memory of Faramir's rebuke, and how true it rang in the present circumstance.

Author Reply: Bless you. I love the vivid imagery line.

LindeleaReviewed Chapter: 16 on 4/12/2013
Ah, Sam. If anyone could do it, he could! (And lovely, and so like him, that the prize money would not be for himself, but for flowers for his mum.)

Author Reply: I just love a good pumpkin patch. I'm not so sure if Sam's Gaffer would enjoy the amount of space these lovely globes take up, but I'm sure his mum would love them. Thanks for commenting!

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