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The Prisoner of Dol Guldur
by:Soledad
 [11] Reviewer:Dķs Date:February 24, 2006 6:55 PM
I think it is great to see Enadar getting better, I can imagine that the people of the Greenwood will be astonished to see him again. After all, they thought he fell in battle all those years ago. But he will need more time to heal, not to mention Bregalad“s draughts. I look forward to the next chapter.

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 [12] Reviewer:Bettina Date:April 21, 2006 6:08 AM
I found your story today and want to let you know how much i loved it. I hope Thranduil will be able to help his son. Update soon.

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 [13] Reviewer:Mirasaui Date:July 6, 2006 8:58 PM
I forgot you had posted the epilogue some time before and I read it then. It was just as emotional the second reading as the first. I followed your link but read the whole story again from beginning to end.

As always, your stories amaze. Do not ever rue your tendency toward detail for it is that which sets them above others. I don't know why I hold off reading them for so long, for when I do, I become enmeshed.

How clever to bring the Ent to help heal Enadar and how fitting his love for Arwen. I am glad you gave her comfort in her passing. A wonderfully written story, Soledad. I enjoyed it immensely.

Mira

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 [14] Reviewer:Larner Date:August 11, 2008 5:59 AM
Ah, have been reading this for the MEFAs, of course, and must tell you how much I love it. I find I empathise deeply with Enadar and his confusion a good deal, particularly as I now work with one who has Alzheimer's and see how the mind struggles to remain coherent.

And I'm glad he was there to give Arwen company when her time came. My Frodo was more than a little in love with her, too, although I suspect that that is somewhat supported by canon. I suspect, actually, that there were many who were enchanted with her, as were Frodo and Eomer.

A wonderful story, and all too likely.

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 [15] Reviewer:vectis Date:August 13, 2008 3:57 PM
Thank you for sending me the link to read the concluding chapters of this story which were not posted at FanFiction. Not being very computer adept I had trouble with the link, but discovered 'Dol Guldur' on this site. This was a truly wonderful tale and the further chapters certainly made a heart-warming and uplifting story. I loved your use of the Ents - they are seldom used to any effect by most fan-fiction writers, but you managed to give them great feeling and characterization. I much prefer your ending for Arwen too - Tolkien did seem to disregard her somewhat and she suffered such a sad fate. Look forward to reading more of your writing. Regards Vectis

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 [16] Reviewer:Linda H Date:October 28, 2008 9:52 AM
I found your account of Arwen's death very moving and am glad she was not alone

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 [17] Reviewer:Midhaer Date:October 29, 2009 1:44 AM
This is a great story, but be careful, Ammė is the Quenya form of Mommy. It could get comfusing

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