I did enjoy this very much-I like what you've done with Peloren and his off-stage family, who seem to be much more nurturing than poor Elethil's. And the fight scenes in this were absolutely lovely. One of my greatest pleasures has been seeing the very realistic, two steps forward, one step back progression of Andrahar's and Peloren's relationship. You've done a marvelous job of filling in the huge blank of how they got from Kin-strife to their easy camaraderie of Noble Jewel.
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 Reviewer:Anne Date:July 27, 2010 8:30 PM
This is again a wonderful story just like its predecessor.The problems of racism and homosexuality from a middle earth (middle age -like) perspective are very intriguing and you tackle them in a realistic way.
Indeed I am very impressed by all the stories within this world of Tolkien interpretation. I have been hooked on the Best Loved Sons arc for a couple of weeks now and I think that the charactarizations (especially Peloren, Andrahar, Imrahil and Boromir) and the storylines are most magnificantly crafted. So I would like to thank you (and of course Altariel, Isabeau and Soledad) for creating these stories!
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