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Rhyselle's Library  by Rhyselle 4 Review(s)
Agape4GondorReviewed Chapter: 12 on 3/3/2009
This is lovely. I seem to have misssed a bunch...

I love the 'new' perspective on that time. It seemed to incredible that Elwe had abandoned his people - what were they to think? What was his brother to think? Only death - it would seem - could keep him from his people... but no..........

LarnerReviewed Chapter: 12 on 2/4/2009
Such reassurance and comfort! Lovely.

Beruthiels CatReviewed Chapter: 12 on 10/30/2008
I was wondering where you were going when you said you'd been inspired regarding a conundrum! Those Valar say the darndest things, don't they? Love Olw's POV here, and the long range implications regarding trust and understanding when things go so terribly wrong later on. Excellently told!

Author Reply: Well, actually, that was for another bit of the overall "Great Journey" saga that this is a tiny snippet of, but when I got that bit sorted out, this one fell into my mind. :)

Thanks for reviewing!

KayleeReviewed Chapter: 12 on 10/30/2008
*snuggles* Aww, poor Olwe! I'm glad that the Valar, particularly Ulmo, are there to help! Thank you for letting me read this through before, it's as lovely as it was then! ^_^

But sad, too. :( Alas for Olwe, that he has to move on without his brothers. But he'll do well as lord and king of the Teleri. *smiles*

~Kaylee!

Author Reply: Thanks, Kaylee! :) Yes, it is sad, but while it's an ending for him, it is also a beginning. And, after all, he does eventually learn that one day he will be reunited with Elwe, when he is Reborn after healing from his death in Doriath. And that will be as happy a day as this one is bittersweet.


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