|Reviews for The Most Noble Order of the Table|
| cheetahlee chapter 5 . 9/21
Well done! The action of the battle was believable, and easy to follow, the growing affection between the brothers worthy of Narnia.
| Guest chapter 5 . 6/15/2018
I like it very mucho, although I think breaking the Witch’s wand would be the deed that made Ed a knight. But then his Knight name would be too long, I guess... anyway, great story and great storytelling!
| aihoshiduo chapter 5 . 5/21/2018
I know you wrote this forever ago, but I've been on a Narnia binge lately and this is the first story I've felt is deserving of a review. Your understanding of Edmund and Peter is fabulous. And your battle scenes are wonderful! Very exciting to read and easy to understand. Thank you for writing this!
| The1hobbit chapter 2 . 6/7/2015
I realized I'm a horrible friend who never reviewed this story. I love you and hate you in equal parts, as I tell you almost daily. So, I'm really bit sure what else I could say except, I think this story gave me my first girl crush on you before I was I brave enough to talk to you. A decision, while I might bemoan to you about, I've never regretted. At least I think it was this story? The time seems right- I don't know. Just keep doing what you do and keep me in suspense! I would threaten to withhold coffee to get you to write more- but seeing as how you arise at ungodly hours, it becomes a tacitful disadvantage to me, because then I would have to get up at stupid o'clock in the morning.
So in short- I love you, and hate you. Goodnight!
P.S. Guess who was too lazy to log her ass in to leave this? Give you one guess!
| Book girl fan chapter 5 . 3/13/2014
Now I can't wait for the next person to be knighted, and Peter having to kiss them. He did make it a tradition, after all!
| TeamJacob1998 chapter 5 . 1/2/2014
I really loved this
| Voronwen chapter 3 . 4/13/2013
I has been 6 years since I first read this story, and it still has the same power as it did the first time I found it. The battle itself was, and still is, so vivid that I had to shake myself when it was done, drawing breath as if I'd been the one fighting. I still love how the tradition of giving a new knight two kisses atop the head got started-all because Edmund's hair was marginally cleaner than his face! :-)
And now I want to go re-read your other stories of the other knightings: Heydensrun and White Armor Ball... so I think I will. :-)
I do hope that you will be blessed with a returned and cooperative muse so you can continue your unfinished stories, but I do understand what it is like to be bereft of words when they just will not come. It has been literally years since I have had words for my unfinished Lord of the Rings stories-with no muse in sight. I wonder if mine and yours are living it up on a secret beach somewhere? *grin*
As always, Well Done!
| Miss mia chapter 5 . 1/3/2013
Your battle scenes are so well written that I find myself rushing through them, caught up in the excitement, and have to re-read them to see what I've missed! Excellent work here- the brothers' love, pride and worry for each other rings so true. Wish I had a brother to share that with!
| Astra Leo chapter 1 . 1/2/2013
Not trying to nit-pick but it's Sir Peter Fenris-Bane (pg. 129 - The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe)
| Athena Silverwolf chapter 5 . 11/27/2012
I love! I love! I love! I'm trying to read all your stories in order, and I'm absolutly loving them. I'm currently writing my own story about our dear High King, though mine features a character of my own, and I apologize profoundly if you read it and find anything remotely like one of your ideas in it. I am greatly influenced by others' writing, and these have lots of good ideas in them. :)
| Allie Danger chapter 5 . 10/20/2012
I JUST LOVED IT!
YOU MADE ME CRY! (AGAIN)
| Shadowcatisajerk chapter 5 . 4/14/2012
Nice story, great action, loved the brother's interaction. I liked that some of the trees were bad guys, that was totally unexpected. It did pose a question, though, just how does one punish an errant tree? Thank you.
| Xaipre chapter 5 . 7/3/2011
I love boys. I love them a lot. I love it the most when boys are loving, loyal, and affectionate in a way which is more beautiful because it is nonsexual. Which is why I really can't read any Harry/Ron or Frodo/Sam or Carlisle/Edward slash. Once the relationship is cast in sexual terms it becomes...cheaper. On a Twilight forum we once had a whole discussion how, in previous centuries, males (even all the straight ones) were much more physically affectionate with each other. But geez, I once had Carlisle hug Edward and kiss him on the forehead in one of my stories, and a reader left a review that it totally weirded her out. Since you write brothers, and in another fandom, you seem to be able to get away with a lot more, and I am LOVING it. Really, the way you write the characters of Peter and Edmund and their relationship is something I truly treasure.
Right now I really don't care that Lewis had another story for Edmund's knighting (I really don't remember it anyways, but it has been a while), it seems completely fitting for Edmund to be knighted by Peter.
I see that you write a lot in First POV, which is fine, when it comes to writing fanfiction I think it is best to just tell the story in whatever way the author finds easiest, and leave the advanced mechanics of Best Form to the trained professionals. But I must say, you use First to best extent possible, using it delve into the character's narrative completely. I'm thinking mostly of Edmund's section in Ch 4 starting with "Oh, Peter, how did you know?" "I", "you", "them," and every other pronoun is well used, and the use of present and past tense in the mix is spot on, making it even more resonant. Beautiful and well done.
Thank you for writing, and thank you for sharing it with me.
| Desertfyre chapter 5 . 1/8/2011
Wonderful story! I loved it! Yay for Edmund being knighted!
| Blonde Pickle Mule chapter 5 . 12/20/2010
This was absolutely brilliant and I loved it to peices. You show the love Edmund and Peter have for each other perfectly, as well as keeping everyone in character effortlessly.
You describe battles remarkably well, and I can't wait to go and read some more of the things you've written.