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Horatio's Philosophy

Glîrnardir - 17 Sep 12 - 1:33 PM

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Yay! The return of my favourite gapfiller-writer! Just yesterday I was thinking to you and to your sadly probable retirement from the world of Fanfiction. Welcome back, you're a fundemental piece, here!

By the way ;) great story! As I really like dwarf characters, I couldn't dislike it. I've always thought the rider from Mordor to be the Mouth of Sauron, but Khamul would indeed be more likely, since he used to work in the Mirkwood-Erebor-Dale area.

"Then find twelve dwarves to carry him down the hall!" Hahahaha! Delightful, truly delightful...

Keep writing! I love to translate your works. Your writing is very challenging!

Riccardo (from Italy)

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Horatio's Philosophy

Aiwendiel - 18 Sep 12 - 11:14 AM

Ch. 1: Horatio's Philosophy

Dear TT, welcome back! First, a beautiful story, rich,nuanced, chilling, dark andhopeful all at once. Marvelous connection to Hamlet and Horatio. Terrific details, so few write of a single Dwarf woman, and yours is entirely believable and admirable, and of course she's a skilled iron smith. love the appearance of the princes of Mirkwood and their reaction to the Rider, and especially enjoyed the Dwarves loyalty to their old friend, the Burglar. Wonderful work!

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