|Reviews for Grief and Memory|
| Rian Steelsheen chapter 6 . 4/14/2010
Good story )
You did a good job showing the relationship between the characters: Fara/Wyn, Wyn/Arwen, and Fara/Aragorn
I particulary loved your Eowyn, don't know why. But i'm sad we didn't had a chance to see little Elboron, i love reading of Fara and Eowyn with their children, as parents, and Eowyn's description made me smile: "It is so fine and golden he looks bald." lol
I smiled at Boromir's deformation of Sam's song, the unfinished fountains, and i liked the Boromir's statue thing, the soldiers saluting their former captain, and Faramir's remembrances.
I think what i prefer is how you managed to mix humor with sadness, and do it well. That is truly a good thing, you're talented. The descriptions are also very good, not boring but giving us a good idea of the place.
I think those may be my favorite sentences:
- Eowyn handed him the brush. "Your turn." He smiled.
- "I don't know why we could not have just stayed home and met them in Osgiliath. Why do we have to be a part of this exhibition?" The pleasant but blank smile he had worn since leaving the city never left his face as he spoke
- "I thought today would be difficult enough to manage with just one baby."
- "We paid a lot of money for those masons to finish in time…"
- "Isn't it beautiful?"
"Imagine how nice it would be with water actually coming out of the fountainhead."
The only thing i didn't liked in this is that i had to picture filmamir, and Daisy Wenham isn't handsome enough, and bookamir is so much better...
lol i think i will survive however
again i'm sorry if i made mistakes...
| spiritstallion chapter 6 . 1/28/2009
This is a beautful story thank you for sharing it
| spiritstallion chapter 5 . 1/28/2009
:D Loved how Aragorn and Faramir are friends here
| spiritstallion chapter 4 . 1/28/2009
I love Aragorn's humor
| spiritstallion chapter 3 . 1/28/2009
That was a very nice thing of them to do
| spiritstallion chapter 2 . 1/28/2009
| spiritstallion chapter 1 . 1/28/2009
I love this so far Poor guy!
| affinityreign chapter 4 . 1/7/2007
I'm in freaken tears... I'm not usually one to get emotional at much, but that ... that was just amazing. So well written and so heart-wrentching. God. -sobbs- i'm freaken leaking all over my keyboard. You did such a great job in the memory of Boromir. Qouting what he said made it prefect. -huggs- Thank you!
| Guest chapter 6 . 12/2/2004
The joy of finding an author I really really want to read is great. This, too, is fantastic. You have given me a really happy couple of days. Please write more about this delightful Eowyn/Faramir, Arwen/Aragorn extended family. More Eomer/Lothiriel perhaps?
| lindahoyland chapter 6 . 6/21/2004
A very touching story.I enjoyed it.I've added you to my alerts list.
| Shortnshort chapter 6 . 6/2/2004
| Coolio02 chapter 6 . 4/28/2004
I'm so glad Faramir will be able to have a memory when it comes to that day. *applauds* Very, very, very good job! I loved this story! _
| Mad Wolf chapter 6 . 4/13/2004
Yay! Faramir is better and I am glad. I would be crushed if he were still depressed. I felt so sad for him in the beginning that I cried! But now, I smile for him. Please keep writin'!
| Gypsie Rose chapter 6 . 3/25/2004
Finally, finally, a chance to read and review. What an enjoyable piece of fluff! And I mean that in a good way-no deep torment, just a beautiful day laced with memories. I also appreciate the fact that you made me believe Aragorn and Arwen would hang around with Faramir and Eowyn socially; I confess I've always had trouble imagining Aragorn seeing Faramir as anything but "staff." I loved the bit about the songs. Very sweet ending too. Well done!
| Natters chapter 6 . 3/21/2004