|Reviews for It Rained That Day|
| mathgash chapter 30 . 9/4/2013
Hey ! Sorry for my English, I'm french... I am a huge fan of Aragorn and your story is awesome ! Aragorn's and Legolas's reactions are very similaire to what I had imagine.
I would like to write the translation in French but I can't send you a message so I hope you will answer to this review et that you will allow me to do the translation.
Anyway, Bravo ! :D This story is great ! ;-)
| Hallolo chapter 30 . 8/31/2010
I love this story, especially the Aragorn/Elladan/Elrohir/Legolas interaction. I love the title, too
Thanks for writing!
| sarah chapter 10 . 1/19/2010
well screw you if you don't like slash. Nobody wanted to hear your stupid opinion
| Ocne chapter 14 . 11/10/2009
Oh, that was one sad parting. Very well written.
| Ocne chapter 13 . 11/10/2009
«Rivendell was the only place he could call home and much of what was familiar called to him while he was in the wilds all alone.»
I like that phrase! I like your Arwen, in this chapter. And your writing is getting better and better.
| Ocne chapter 12 . 11/10/2009
«However, if he is not the one…if he is not the Heir that overcomes all else, he would leave you bitter, alone, and worst of all mortal.»
Aragorn was the one, and yet he left her bitter, alone and mortal all the same. It's Arwen's end that touches me the most in the book.
Nice banter at the end of the chapter.
| Ocne chapter 9 . 11/8/2009
«Once Elladan and Elrohir had been assured that their brother would live, they bid him farewell and left to finish their hunting trip.»
Um. Why not stay a little longer?
«Something strange has kept me here, a feeling that you and I are to…adventure together.»
I like your choice of words.
| Ocne chapter 8 . 11/8/2009
Interesting dreams Aragorn has there.
«if Elrond could have seen him the way Aragorn perceived himself in his mind, he would have been reminded of Elendil and Isildur and the way all the Kings of Gondor looked.»
Loved that line.
| Ocne chapter 7 . 11/8/2009
«Legolas wished to learn from Aragorn.»
That was unexpected, but welcome.
«as a boy, Estel was eager to know everything there was to know about the world. I think it was then that I realized how great a Ranger he might make.»
| Ocne chapter 6 . 11/8/2009
The way Aragorn tried to deliver the message despite the pain was very well written.
«I have done all I can for you now Estel. Do not die.»
Lol. Elrond, you don't have to be that blunt.
| Ocne chapter 5 . 11/8/2009
«Lord Elrond appeared immediately, a tall, dark haired elf of an age no one dared speak»
«Things were clearer now as to Strider’s true identity, but now Legolas was left to ponder why this man would take from the elves what was one of their most treasured possessions.»
Oh, interesting. Now I wonder if you will make Legolas question Aragorn about that.
| Ocne chapter 4 . 11/8/2009
«Instead he would watch, not only for intruders, but the sky and the moon, the trees and the leaves, and he would also watch for the slight fall and rise of the Ranger's chest.»
And so Aragorn ended up helping Legolas anyway. Now, if only they could reach Rivendell in time.
| Ocne chapter 3 . 11/8/2009
«You may call me Strider, and I am at your service, or I would be if I could stand.»
But, at the end of the chapter, Aragorn did not call Elrond father. At least, I didn't see it.
| Ocne chapter 2 . 11/8/2009
Aragorn is awake - good! And feeling well enough to startle Legolas. Or maybe not so well, after all.
| Ocne chapter 1 . 11/8/2009
I know I reviewed when I had finished reading this story, a couple of years ago. But I'm reading it anew. And I loved this first chapter.