|Reviews for Burden of Guilt|
| Mikkalea Luna chapter 62 . 2/27/2011
I loved it!
There were times when I wanted to get some sense into Faramir, because of his low self-esteem!
| Desertfyre chapter 62 . 3/10/2010
Aw...I'm sad now...I wish I could unread this story...so I can read it again for the first time of course! lol (did you expect anything less?)
I adored this story! I think that it was percived guilt for both Aragorn and Faramir. They both care so much they they make themselves guilty. Mahrod and Agond (the drunk I mean) are the ones that was truely guilty and Mahrod more than the drunk was the true villian of the story.
I'm really glad that Aragorn and Faramir's friendship surived and is stronger...as well as Eomer's friendship with both as well. I really enjoyed this story! I loved all the angst. Faramir angst is the best.
A heafy round of applaudse, you deserve. *claps*
PS. I do believe this is the longest review I've given so far.
| Desertfyre chapter 61 . 3/10/2010
I'm a little tired of these Lords still nitpicking at what happened. I wanted to hit Aragorn over the head the chapter before when he apoloyize again to Faramir knowing that Faramir had already forgiven him.
| Desertfyre chapter 60 . 3/10/2010
*does a happy dance*
There's nothing to say *continue happy dance*
| Desertfyre chapter 58 . 3/10/2010
Who-ho! Though I understand completely where Aragorn is coming from, he'd rather not send Mahrod to death like that...I'm happy he is gone!
I figured Aragorn would be as merciful as possible, but still, party time...Mahrod is dead! *does a small dance*
And yeah, he is obviously a psycopath. -_-' And poor Alis, hearing her story makes me dislike Mahrod even more.
| Desertfyre chapter 55 . 3/10/2010
It's great to see the gang together enjoying each other's company like they should!
| Desertfyre chapter 52 . 3/8/2010
I'm so happy that Eomer got his senses knocked back into him...quite litterally it seems. rofl. Though I wonder if he knew what he was doing and was powerless to stop it since he wasn't in his right mind and since he came back to his right mind he was able to put aside his rage.
The whole mud fight was hilarious though the cirumstances was grim. lol I loved this chapter.
| Desertfyre chapter 45 . 3/3/2010
It's always funny how Aragorn being King effects people. It love that he is King but doesn't flaunt his power. I mean, he doesn't even get the reactions that he gets when he is announced a the King. The last line was hilarious!
Great chapter! I'm glad that Aragorn saved the child!
| Desertfyre chapter 42 . 3/3/2010
I'm so happy things are starting to look brighter. I love the angst, but gotta start towards a happy path.
I loved the Thoughtbonding! A great show of friendship! Loved this chapter!
| Desertfyre chapter 37 . 3/3/2010
Wa, poor Faramir...
I love the angsty chapter here! It was awesome!
| Desertfyre chapter 26 . 2/28/2010
I feel so bad for everyone. It's suppose to be a perfect and happy day...and it's just the opposite, and only worse.
A complete and utter nightmare.
At Eowyn knows what is happening now. Looking forward to see how this is resolved.
Still enjoying and adoring this story to pieces!
| Desertfyre chapter 25 . 2/28/2010
Who, Eowyn slapped Aragorn...
Can't say I don't blame her, or rather can't say I didnt' expect something like this, since she has lost her wits after seeing Faramir.
It's gonna take a lot of explaining to do on Aragorn's part to calm the fire that is Eowyn.
| Desertfyre chapter 24 . 2/28/2010
Wa! Happy Day...or rather moment. I love that Aragorn doesn't act like the typical King and observe every rule to a T.
It's still "funny" that Arwen and Eowyn or oblivious to the events that have taken place.
| Desertfyre chapter 23 . 2/28/2010
Even though the Rohirric men are fierce as lions and tigers, they aren't cruel. I gotta respect that fact they are fierce (sometimes too fierce) but still maintain their honor. D
And yay, Eomer lives!
| Desertfyre chapter 22 . 2/28/2010
It's amazing how Arwen and Ewoyn are oblivious to what is really going on...at present moment anyway.
And the Rohirric men are like dogs with a bone...they just don't let up.