i wonder how often i have missed reading this, and apoligize thet the review comes so late. you (and Isabeau) touch on a very difficult subject and handle it with such care and compassion thet it makes it easier to live with the idea that sometimes assisted death is not the worse thing. the worse thing is life after assisting, now there's a time in life that has no map and is saddly lacking in roadsigns. you let us see his horrible guilt and then use aragorn to shed some light on the compasionate side of the act. not heavy handed oh you did the best that you could but true,i don't know if i could have doneit compassion.
now to go see if you have more on this site. good luck and thank you.
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