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MEFA Reviews for Wednesday, September 17, 2008 (Part Two)

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    Title: Deliverance · Author: Imhiriel · Races: Men: Gondor Drabbles · ID: 285 Reviewer: Nancy Brooke · 2008-09-15 16:17:24 Spoilers! This was very
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 17, 2008
      Title: Deliverance · Author: Imhiriel · Races: Men: Gondor Drabbles ·
      ID: 285
      Reviewer: Nancy Brooke · 2008-09-15 16:17:24
      Spoilers!
      This was very evocative and gracefully told. It fit nicely within the
      drabble's limits, reading neither too short nor too long.

      Title: Call of the Wild · Author: annmarwalk · Genres: Romance:
      Drabbles · ID: 94
      Reviewer: Nancy Brooke · 2008-09-15 16:28:10
      Spoilers!
      This is an interesting double portrait, and I liked how you referenced
      Eowyn here (and Faramir) giving the shieldmaiden an ancestor and an
      antecedant.

      Title: Tying Notes · Author: Imhiriel · Times: Late Third Age: Gondor
      Drabbles · ID: 378
      Reviewer: Nancy Brooke · 2008-09-15 16:37:37
      Spoilers!
      This is what's fun about a drabble or any story, really - this isn't
      so much about what happened to Faramir visiting the Haradric
      ambassador, so much as creating a portrait of a man and a culture that
      prize art above sensuality. Nicely done.

      Title: Steward's Trumpets · Author: Branwyn (Lady Branwyn) · Times:
      Late Third Age: Gondor Drabbles · ID: 400
      Reviewer: Nancy Brooke · 2008-09-15 16:46:42
      Spoilers!
      What is a weed, but a plant whose virtue has been forgotten? How nice,
      and appropriate, that Faramir might find solace in the natural world's
      endurance, and clever writing to take something ordinary in our world,
      and translate it into something special in Tolkien's.

      Title: Men of the Twilight · Author: Elena Tiriel · Genres: Romance:
      Drabbles · ID: 209
      Reviewer: Nancy Brooke · 2008-09-15 16:49:04
      It's always nice to see a character change perspective as Faramir does
      here, and his quiet revelation and resolve are woven with perfect
      pacing into the drabble so that nothing feels rushed or given short
      shrift.

      Title: Sunset Gates · Author: Ignoble Bard · Races: Dwarves: Drabbles
      · ID: 342
      Reviewer: Nancy Brooke · 2008-09-15 16:51:49
      Clever and amusing!

      Title: Before You Go · Author: Nancy Brooke · Races: Men: Minas Tirith
      · ID: 506
      Reviewer: nancylea · 2008-09-15 21:07:09
      so, not what i expected and so much the sweeter for it. thank you.

      Title: Generations · Author: Bodkin · Genres: Drama: Featuring Aragorn
      · ID: 508
      Reviewer: nancylea · 2008-09-15 21:16:10
      so glad you found this delightfulf wise soul to help ground aragorn.
      he needed that. lovely plot.

      Title: Eldarion · Author: Sivan Shemesh · Genres: Humor: Gondor · ID: 510
      Reviewer: nancylea · 2008-09-15 21:20:40
      goes to the old saying that would give the plot away. great execution:
      wonderful story telling and fun to be had by all eventually.

      Title: One Summer Day · Author: annmarwalk · Genres: Humor: Gondor ·
      ID: 535
      Reviewer: nancylea · 2008-09-15 21:36:41
      maybe boromir would have married if he came back? just think how much
      more appreciative he would have been about these comforts offered so
      lovingly.

      Title: When the King Came Back · Author: Cathleen · Times: Fourth Age
      and Beyond · ID: 514
      Reviewer: nancylea · 2008-09-15 22:32:42
      so perfect...again.
      thank you for sharing these gems.

      Title: Diamonds For Forever I, II & III · Author: Elen Kortirion ·
      Genres: Romance: Other Fixed-Length Ficlets · ID: 515
      Reviewer: nancylea · 2008-09-15 22:37:20
      and i always thoght once they were cut diamonds couldn't grow.
      surprise and wonderment all over the place, thanks your work is
      fan-tastic.

      Title: Collecting Hearts I, II, III & VI · Author: Elen Kortirion ·
      Times: Multi-Age: Fixed-Length Ficlets · ID: 516
      Reviewer: nancylea · 2008-09-15 22:39:08
      the circles of life well presented.

      Title: The Turning Wheel · Author: Elen Kortirion · Genres: Romance:
      Other Fixed-Length Ficlets · ID: 517
      Reviewer: nancylea · 2008-09-15 22:44:21
      comfort, a favored theme to many.

      Title: Frodo's Crosswise Verse · Author: Elanor Gardner · Genres:
      Drama: Featuring Frodo or Sam · ID: 520
      Reviewer: nancylea · 2008-09-15 22:50:00
      a little too dark maybe but soul searching tends to that. thought
      provoking and rewarding. thank you.

      Title: The Five Rules of Cooking · Author: GamgeeFest · Races:
      Hobbits: Childhood · ID: 523
      Reviewer: nancylea · 2008-09-15 22:53:41
      i want to be there. they are having too much fun.

      Title: Regarding Ents · Author: PipMer · Races: Hobbits: Post-Ring War
      · ID: 525
      Reviewer: nancylea · 2008-09-15 22:57:52
      how do you explain the un-explainable? in your case, very well.

      Title: Birthday Double Drabble · Author: PipMer · Times: Multi-Age:
      Fixed-Length Ficlets · ID: 526
      Reviewer: nancylea · 2008-09-15 23:01:06
      OHHHH! out of tissues. must leave.

      Title: Aulë the Smith · Author: Oshun · Genres: Non-Fiction: Character
      Studies · ID: 530
      Reviewer: nancylea · 2008-09-15 23:07:59
      couldn't we just cut it to: aule's the way to challenge authority,
      melkor is the way to out of this world banishment?

      Title: The Myth of the One Ring's Power · Author: Dreamflower ·
      Genres: Non-Fiction · ID: 532
      Reviewer: nancylea · 2008-09-15 23:17:48
      but, dreamflower, the biggest part of the threat was that as evil and
      mean as he had proved himself to be when he says the ring makes him
      even MORE we have terrifing images to magnify our fears. the threat of
      soviet dominance couldn't have held water if our leaders had pointed
      out everytime they talked about it that there was no way for them to
      survive either; no our leaders had us practice air raids and bomb
      scares.only sauron knew the rings potential and he wasn;t into sharing
      things was he? it seems basic character makes or breaks a carrier.

      Title: Home · Author: Aranel Took · Races: Dwarves: Drabbles · ID: 533
      Reviewer: nancylea · 2008-09-15 23:19:25
      challenge well met. congrads.

      Title: Bitter Sweet · Author: annmarwalk · Genres: Alternate Universe:
      Steward's Family · ID: 536
      Reviewer: nancylea · 2008-09-15 23:28:23
      this makes me warm and fuzzy and i hope to find a universe of this one
      day.

      Title: Took Broth · Author: Pearl Took · Genres: Humor: Shire · ID: 543
      Reviewer: nancylea · 2008-09-15 23:33:54
      a camp memory brought to world significance. wonderful.

      Title: At the Last Minute · Author: rhyselle · Races: Cross-Cultural:
      Elves and Men · ID: 544
      Reviewer: nancylea · 2008-09-15 23:36:21
      this is a loving family in the extreme. choosen by a young man and
      grown to perfections. thank you,much.

      Title: FAULT: The Doctor Is In · Author: Fiondil · Genres: Humor:
      Valar & Maiar · ID: 545
      Reviewer: nancylea · 2008-09-15 23:54:44
      the danger of chit-chat with a shrink. and i went back and corrected
      the fruedian typo.
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