|Reviews for A Matter Of Honor|
| Hawaiichick chapter 13 . 9/17/2017
What a beautiful and inspiring last scene in the garden. I love that special connection wood elves have with nature, especially with trees. Another great story!
| Ne'ith5 chapter 13 . 3/15/2017
Well done I really enjoyed your story especially the last chapter.
| Effie17 chapter 12 . 12/2/2016
This is a good chapter. I'm really glad the king found out about what happened
| Guest chapter 13 . 10/19/2015
| Guest chapter 4 . 10/19/2015
Hmpf. Legolas could have beat them. You should have said he had a wound from the battle which greatly hindered his fighting capabilities...but good nevertheless XXXD
| Guest chapter 2 . 10/19/2015
*gets pitchforks and torches ready to kill whoever dared harm Legolas*
| Ellethiriel chapter 13 . 5/7/2015
I realize you may never read this review, but I just wanted to say that I really enjoyed this story. Your portrayal of the characters was awesome.
Hope you come back someday! :)
| Namei chapter 13 . 4/27/2014
That had to be the most morally satisfying story I have read
| Freddie23 chapter 13 . 3/4/2014
A cracking story. Really enjoyed it from start to finish.
| EpikalStorms chapter 13 . 4/26/2013
XD Man, I loved this story!
| dianaprincess chapter 13 . 4/3/2013
This was so good! I loved it.
| Wood Elf luver chapter 8 . 1/21/2013
Legolas looks from you to me, you to me, you to me, and finally, he just leans up against a tree. "I'm so...confused." Then, he jumps up and points a finger at me. "Ha! YOU always said that i was stupid when it comes to battle. This proves you wrong." I shrug. "This wasn't a battle. This was retribution. There's a difference, ya know." He crosses his arms. "Well, I still won." I laugh. "You may have won, but that doesn't change the fact that you got yourself injured...again!...in the process. Now THAT'S stupidity. I still think you should wear a helmet." He walks off, saying, "Whatevs. I'll prove you wrong some day." I groan and yell back. "Can you at least try to do it in the next century, then? Because if not, I won't live to see it!" Then I whisper to you, "Not that I wish to, anyway. Well, I love this story so far. Only on chappie 8, ya, but I love the plot a lot. Lol, I'm Dr. Suess! I also enjoy how you included the twins and their snide comments. I just love it when they talk about stuff that's serious yet they manage to somehow make a joke out of it. It's awesome. Lol, keep up the good work, and I'll read later. I have to go out for some odd reason, and my mom keeps nagging me to clean my room, and go get ready, and nag nag nag. She could be Wanda off of the Fairly Oddparents without trying. TTYL! :)
| mwc288 chapter 8 . 10/1/2012
oh, i love that last little bit between aragorn and elladan about gimli! made me laugh!
| Angelfabeth chapter 13 . 6/24/2012
| Above Water chapter 13 . 6/3/2011
Fantastic story. I must say that in all of my wanderings through this fandom, I've never come across anything quite like it. Your writing was wonderful, and hardly diminished by the occasional typo, but I must say that the most glowing element of this piece was the characterization. Less accomplished writers often fall into the trap of rendering rather non-distinct personas when dealing with a large cast of characters. You completely avoided this, and rendered all with marked distinction. I particularly appreciated Aragorn's struggle between behaving as a king should, and behaving as a friend should. This was contrasted rather perfectly by the humorous irreverence of his much older foster brothers. This was also one of the best renderings of Legolas that I've seen in this fandom. Although his gentle, and playful sides were showcased in the actual novels, I have no doubt of his pride, and need to defend himself if his honor were trampled on in such a painful, and humiliating fashion. I also loved your Arwen. She was nearly invisible in the books, but I love that you wrote her as every bit Aragorn's match. The only slight aspect I took issue with was the way you seemed to write the four hobbits as one conglomerate unit. In the end, I could certainly see Pippin, and Merry, and possibly Sam, prattling away. But I most certainly could not imagine Frodo (especially after his traumatizing journey) as one to "chatter." But that is an extremely minute criticism. This is an excellent piece, and although I'm reviewing nearly ten years after it was written, I just figured that compliments were definitely in order for such a compelling author.
Very well done! ;)