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Houseless  by PSW 24 Review(s)
LarnerReviewed Chapter: 3 on 12/7/2015
Ah, to hear that battle of clear song and grieving, vengeful spirit would have been quite the experience indeed. Well done!

Author Reply: Not something that (hopefully) they will see again ... Thank you! And thanks for reading! :-)

shireboundReviewed Chapter: 3 on 12/6/2015
Before he could loose himself, however, before Beregond’s first lunge slowed and before the spirit within Legolas could respond, Arwen Undómiel lifted her voice in song.

Such beauty and power Faramir had never heard. It was as a tangible thing

What a wonderful description.

Goodness, Faramir must be exhausted. What an experience for all of them!

Author Reply: I know, right? What a long few days! But thankfully his persistence paid off ... Thanks for reading! :-)

MarianelReviewed Chapter: 2 on 12/5/2015
Arrh such an evil cliffhanger ! But I guess a chapter needs to end somewhere!
I admire your Faramirs stubborness,strong will and deep care of Legolas.May it be enough sweet Elbereth as the characters would say.😄
I can picture their flight before me, so wellwritten and mystic.

Author Reply: Thank you so much! I'm happy you're enjoying it, and thanks too for your comments! :-)

elizaReviewed Chapter: 2 on 11/30/2015
Excellent, excellent chapter PSW

Faramir clapped the Elf briefly on the shoulder before moving to turn away. “Let us not beg trouble before it forces itself upon us.” Legolas scowled at the contact, but Faramir shook his head. “Legolas. I do not fear you.”

The blond brows drew together. This time it was Legolas who gripped his arm, the slender fingers digging into skin and muscle. “Faramir. You should.”

LOL I don't know whether to cheer for Faramir or cry for Legolas!!

so many emotions shining through, fear, hope, despair the two characters.

Can't wait for next chapter mellon-nin

Author Reply: Thank you! I'm so glad you're enjoying it, and I very much appreciate your comments... :-)

LarnerReviewed Chapter: 2 on 11/30/2015
I agree that there would indeed be some physical manifestations of this struggle for mastery of the body, and I certainly hope Aragorn's power of healing will perhaps help both Legolas and the houseless spirit to each find its own proper way. At least Faramir is not allowing Legolas to merely give in to the invader, which is a good thing, I'd think.

Author Reply: Thanks for reading and commenting!

shireboundReviewed Chapter: 2 on 11/29/2015
he believed in his King as he did in no other—and it seemed that Legolas felt the same.

And so do we! Whew, they're balancing on a razor's edge, and no one there to greet them will know it. What a suspenseful story.

Author Reply: Thanks for reading, and for your comments! :-)

someoneReviewed Chapter: 1 on 11/26/2015
At first, this story started as adventures usually do, but it quickly changed into something I've never seen before.

It is an interesting idea that Faramir virtually invited the elves to Ithilien. I've wondered how the elves and Gondorians were able to divide Ithilien, and this is a possible solution. It is also interesting to see a story with Faramir and Legolas as main characters, it's not something that you see often.

A houseless elf/other creature inside Legolas? I really didn't see that coming! How are they going to get rid of it?

Author Reply: I'm so glad you're enjoying it! :-) Thanks so much for reading and your comments!

Raksha The DemonReviewed Chapter: 1 on 11/23/2015
Though I'm not convinced that Faramir in ROTK was as intimidated by the task of restoring the fertility of Ithilien as you have implied here, I am definitely intrigued by the story. Good tales of Legolas and Faramir, who must have had at the very least a friendly acquaintance, are hard to find. Post again soon, please.

Author Reply: Hello!

I had to go read the beginning of this chapter again after looking at your review. My intention actually wasn't to indicate intimidation (I really have always felt like Faramir would be someone who *wouldn't* be easily intimidated), but that he was just a bit overwhelmed by the scope and all the ideas flying around in his head -- too much at once, given that he doesn't have a lot of background in this type of thing. But, I can see where it could definitely be read the way you say ... Thanks so much for your comments! I may have to try to fiddle w that para a little ... :-)

I'm glad you're enjoying, thanks for reading!

BMReviewed Chapter: 1 on 11/22/2015
well you can't just leave it there! My morbid curiosity is piqued, especially as I'm trying to figure out how you plan to get this thing out of Legolas while leaving him intact! (unless you intend this to be tragedy as well as horror...)


I understand completely, though, your confusion on how this story came to you. I'm not a horror fan by any stretch, and yet several years ago, I found myself plotting out a horror story for the Magnificent 7 fandom. My roommate begged me to finish it, but that particular muse left me as quickly as it came--that, and I couldn't figure out how to kill the monster I had created (*grins*)

Author Reply: Ha! Not being able to get rid of it *does* create a problem, right? :-P

No, never fear. :-) This is not a tragedy (I'm even less likely to write that than horror), and there is a plan for getting rid of it.

Thanks for your comments!

MarianelReviewed Chapter: 1 on 11/22/2015
this was exiting and terrifying!And its so good to see stories where Faramir appears. Hes one of my favouritecharacters😊A different twist with a wraith moving into Legolas. Yet he seems to be able to keep reasonably sane. You described so well the surroundings and the two men that I can see it all before my eyes. I actually thought of your story when I was out on one of my usual very long walks in a nearby forest. Indeed some places along that path is somewhat intimidating with old gnarled trees, old logs, some swamps and denseness.Its easy to spooke yourself there😂Luckily my hubby wa with me hahaha!I look forward to more!

Author Reply: Thanks for your comments! Yes, I like Faramir too, I think he's one of the most honorable characters in the story -- which of course it what Tolkien intended. I'm glad you like my descriptions -- and hopefully Legolas will be able to *stay* sane until they get this figured out ... :-P

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