|Reviews for The Long Road Home|
| Crystal Snowflakes chapter 22 . 1/15
This was a wonderful piece and I thank you for having written it.
I could imagine the anguish Boromir experienced and I really enjoyed reading this (all in one night!). Thanks again.
| Pilgrim Grey chapter 1 . 10/7/2013
A very nice story... love it!
| Feafea chapter 22 . 7/18/2013
Can't believe I have only just found this fic! It's definitely going onto my favourites! :)
| Miss Mercury101 chapter 22 . 2/20/2013
Fantastic story. You write really well, and I'm glad that Boromir is finally home with his family.
| Khelc-sul Renai chapter 22 . 9/22/2012
Beautiful story. You've created some great original characters. I'd really love to see Nineth's reaction was to finding out that Erandir was Boromir, of all people... Ah, well, I'll just have to be disappointed in that aspect. I'm glad you showed us that she is doing very well for herself! (Actually, the entire day when he gets back would be fun to see...)
You made me cry when Hiril died. Loved that dog...
I can so easily see and understand Boromir's feelings and fears during the reunion. I loved seeing them all get together again! I had to laugh about the idea of them all meeting up fighting Uruk-hai-great idea-and then, of course, you had to make me panic by making this so similar to the scene where he fell in the first place!
Well written. Great read.
| helenamarkos chapter 13 . 8/5/2012
Ah...I knew it would be a depressing end for them :(
| euromellows chapter 22 . 10/4/2011
I have just read your remarkable story for the last week. I thoroughly enjoyed it. I thought you wrote brilliantly and I immensely enjoyed following boromir's travels. I hope you have kept writing since this fic as I think you're very good. Thank you for such an enjoyable read and I am pleased it all seemed to end well for everyone. Except poor Hiril of course.
| anne chapter 22 . 12/21/2009
I truly loved this story, it portrays Boromir and the other characters fittingly with all their good sides and their flaws. More importantly though, it gives some insight of Gondor outside the walls of Minas and does not ignore the politics which would ensure were Boromir to be alive. thank you for the story
| Estel chapter 22 . 8/16/2009
WOW! What a great story! Have you ever thought of writing a sequel?
Would love to know how Boromir fares as the Lord of Dunland.
Ah, well, thank you for this story. It was truly awesome.
| asdfjkl chapter 22 . 4/9/2009
LOVED IT! your characters were beautifully done and very realistic, the plot was brilliant, and best of all, the story was well written xD
| Celebwen Telcontar chapter 22 . 10/31/2008
Beautiful story; I loved it very much! Wonderful! Very well writen and Boromir was highly in-character!
I'm definentaly adding this story to my favourites!
| Celebwen Telcontar chapter 14 . 10/31/2008
Wulfwine? That means Wolf-Friend!
Did you know that?
I would love to see the entire lyrics! The song sounds amazingly wonderful!
| Celebwen Telcontar chapter 13 . 10/31/2008
They also could have gone and raised the three orclings, but... since yrch abhor men as they do, it was probably for the best.
| MonicaOP chapter 22 . 4/11/2008
I really love this story of yours :D, this is the 3rd or 4rt time I have read it and everytime I do it gets better.
Not only you gave Boromir a life but created a reason for him to live :D, thank you!
I wish you could do something more for this story, a sequel or epilogue 'cause it will be great to see the aftermath of their arrival. But no matter this story is great, thanks again! Hugs, be well and take care, Monica
| Izzychase chapter 22 . 2/2/2008
What an amazing story- you wrote Boromir with such accuracy and such familiarity. This is truly the Boromir that we know, the Boromir that we sympathize and hold dear in our hearts, and the Boromir we know and love. Thank you for that wonderful story. Boromir was always one of my favorite characters in the LotR movie and he lives on in this wonderful tale of yours.