|Reviews for Adamant|
| Glory Bee 12/24/11 . chapter 2
I encourage you to keep writing :)
| Adonnen Estenniel 12/16/11 . chapter 4
How nice to read about familial interactions. I like how you're winding the threads all together just in time to see them come completely unraveled in the coming storm.
| Duilin 12/16/11 . chapter 4
And Maitimo only caught a flower? I deem that hilarious.
| Duilin 12/4/11 . chapter 3
"Ah, Artanis, I love you."
My favorite line. I only wish Maglor could get a mention - my heart would be complete. :)
| Duilin 12/4/11 . chapter 2
Hmm... Meeting Miriel? I wish I could do that.
But I like how Galadriel is just so innocent in this chapter. Far cry from the Lady of the Golden Wood.
| Duilin 12/4/11 . chapter 1
Sorry I didn't sign in to review, but I thought the first part of this chapter was so beautiful.
I killed her a long time ago. Or did she kill me?"
I can just hear the regret in Galadriel's voice...
| HaMalka HaLevana 12/4/11 . chapter 3
Hehe, I love how you write her as a little girl. It's adorable. :D
| Adonnen Estenniel 12/3/11 . chapter 3
It seems that Nerwen is in for a broken heart, before things are over. Alas!
I really like the way you incorporate political and family dynamics into this. The way it goes right over the children's heads? Perfect!
| Upson 12/1/11 . chapter 2
Oh, interesting! I really like your style, and there are absolutely too few good Galadriel stories here. Looking forward to all the bits with her and Celeborn, they have always been my fav couple in LotR :)
| TheManWhore 11/29/11 . chapter 2
I think this is a fantastic story, and I personally like the idea behind it very much - Galadriel has always been one of my favorites, and hearing her story told in such a creative way is very entertaining :)
Can't wait for more! .
| Adonnen Estenniel 11/28/11 . chapter 2
How interesting that Artanis would come across the ghost of her grandfather's wife! Doubtless it would have been a difficult shadow to live under.
| Adonnen Estenniel 11/28/11 . chapter 1
What an excellent start! I really liked the way you meshed the past and present into one scene, and so lyrically, too!