|Reviews for Passing Grace|
| J 2/11/11 . chapter 1
I loved it. It was very sweet.
| Star Tae 11/7/10 . chapter 1
Simple and sweet. Written much like a song with Galadriel's entrance as its refrain. Thank you.
| Grummel 6/6/10 . chapter 1
You don't have to know your other Edoras stories, but it surely helps to know especially Brecc and Fryn.
The way Galadrial's impression awed most people so much, that only the "trained" observer Grimstan discriminated the rest of the elves at all seems well in line with the original. Her poor husband of course once again remained one of the many more...
| Hamfast Gamgee 6/1/10 . chapter 1
I like this tale, it is well-written. I always appreicate more Tolkien tales that are good. I liked the by-play between the family at the reception. Only thing is though, it does seem a bit of a wasted effort on the part of Galadriel seen as see was going to disappear to Valinor in a few years, though one supposes that the other Eldar of the Golden wood were still about. Keep it up, though would like to read more.
| Shipwright's Trick 5/25/10 . chapter 1
Very pretty. I loved how you connected all of the stories with the paragraph about Galadriel (besides the fact that they were all characters from TBT's universe!)
I also liked that Grimstan used horses for the basis of his reasoning. So Rohirric, I nearly burst with satisfaction. : )
It was also interesting that one story ended in a bit of a detrimental ending, the one with Fana's little sister, what's her name, Ardith. Even elves aren't always good.
All in all, another great story. Thanks! : )
| Aislynn Crowdaughter 5/25/10 . chapter 1
Interesting repeat of the paragraph about Galadriel, which works well to make the different reactions to her apparition stand out all the more. The part when she faced the people and spoke though made me wonder if she really *spoke*, or spoke in the people's minds, as Galadriel in the movie did? In any case, a very interesting piece. Well done!
| lindahoyland 5/25/10 . chapter 1
I loved this look at the coming of the Elves to Edoras. We are told a lot about the Rohirrim fearing them , but only Eomer's reaction to Galadriel.
You made me feel as if I were in the crowd.
| Ellynn 5/25/10 . chapter 1
I like how you describe Rohirrim's expectations: there is wisdom in some of them, and superstition in others. Very plausible and well done. I also like how you repeat the paragraph about her, and the way you do it gives a little bit of magic to her (at least it seems so to me). And the end is really nice and encouraging.
P.s. When we talked about this story and you first sent it to me, you said something like "I put some characters from TBT in it and I resisted not to put Deoric inside". But, if I try to remember timeline of Measure and TBT, wasn't Deoric still in the Houses of Healing at this time? *unsure*
| Thranduil Oropherion Redux 5/25/10 . chapter 1
I enjoyed this story, especially the ambiguity of the final section. The repetition of the paragraph that describes Galadriel was very effective. And thank you, thank you, for putting tack on the palfrey. The idea of the lady Galadriel riding bareback is just too ludicrous!
| Olorime 5/25/10 . chapter 1
A very sweet story. I enjoyed reading about Galadriel's generosity to a poor orphan girl.
Well done :)
| Lady Demiya 5/24/10 . chapter 1
This is cute. You did well with how the children spoke.
I can see the Rohirrim being a little afraid of Galadriel. I have a feeling the Rohirrim don't know very much about Elves.