|Reviews for Leaves of Glass|
| forTheLoveOfHades chapter 19 . 1/19/2013
| Freddie23 chapter 19 . 5/10/2009
ok, i liked this fic in the beginning, the hands stuck to a tree with an arrow, the captivity, the torture (my favourite chapter!) and the strange tutor/student relationship between aragorn and that old man.
but i absolutely loved the 'legolas forced to kill thranduil' plot. the way you portrayed legolas' internal struggle with the powers controlling him was excellent and aragorn having to kill legolas to save them all - ingenious.
and in the end they're all friends again.
excellent, excellent fic.
| asdfjkl chapter 19 . 2/8/2009
story was almost perfect, only i don't understand how the elves took back the palace. that was confusing.
| HopelessRomantic750 chapter 19 . 4/25/2006
What if I said you were exremely wierd? Who in the name of Iluvatar likes flames? Oh well, good story. Judging from experience I say all writers are at least a little crazy.(or a lot) :)
| HopelessRomantic750 chapter 4 . 4/24/2006
I don't know. Why do we?
| NightEclipse chapter 1 . 10/8/2005
Good story I look forward to more.
| sielge chapter 19 . 11/9/2004
This was a good story to read! that you for this beautiful one!
| ClaMiAl chapter 19 . 9/15/2004
Wooha! This story is *great*! And the one before, too. For some reason I first read this one and the the one which should come first, but I did not have anytroubles understanding what it was about. However, when I started reading the other story, there were some things I already knew, like what this draumatic thing was that has happened to Legolas, or at least parts of it. But it still was a great story.
There were only very few mistakes, but sometimes there was a sentence a bit confusing cause you used 'him' or 'he' od something like that for two different guys, and it was not quite clear which 'him' you meant then. But that was not that big a problem.
So, I already look forward to when you come back and finish the other story. I'll wait till then to start to read it.
| Acacia Jules chapter 12 . 9/7/2004
Aragorn's father was NEVER the king of Gondor. Nor were any of the other Ancestors of Isildor. Chieftens of the Dunadane, who lived in the NORTH (not the South, where GONDOR is), yes, but NEVER were they Kings. To be a king, the person has to have a corination. It's a legal (and spiritual) requirement. Even if the person is a Prince, who's father (who was the King) just died. The Prince is not King until having his Corination.
That is why Boromir could have contested Aragorn's right to the thrown, because Aragorn wasn't techincally the King. While he had decended from the last King of Gondor, no one had been corinated as such in hundreds of years.
Also, it's VERY doubtful that Arathorn ever even stepped FOOT inside Gondor. The Rangers' tended to avoid it.
| NinielB chapter 19 . 4/5/2004
ohh... what a wonderfull end. I am so peacefull in mind right now, so very relaxed. You rock my world!
| NinielB chapter 18 . 4/5/2004
oh no... I'm so glad there is only one chapter left... wonderfull chapter...
| NinielB chapter 17 . 4/5/2004
poor Estel. He blames himself for everything. How comes it that legolas did not pass out like the king. Is he free now...
Of to next chapter...
| NinielB chapter 16 . 4/5/2004
Oh... he lives. But how evil of you to make the elves slaves like this, and to still be able to control their mind but not their body. so much emotional pain...
| NinielB chapter 15 . 4/4/2004
still love you. but only becaurse I have the oportunity to read the next chapter now. see this is why I always wait untill a story is finished becaurse I KNOW something like this might turn up...
*goes of to read the next chapter*
| NinielB chapter 14 . 4/4/2004
please don't make him do it. It would kill his heart. Please don't make him kill his father...!