HASA Stories

Comments for: Judgement and Healing

Talk to Larner

If you are a HASA member, you must login to submit a comment.

We're sorry. Only HASA members may post comments. If you would like to speak with the author, please use the "Email Author" button in the Reader Toolbox. If you would like to join HASA, click here. Membership is free.



Judgement and Healing

Siiw - 02 Mar 08 - 6:59 AM

General Comment

This story feels, in a way, like it is a chapter in a longer story. It leaves me wanting to read more, both about his life with Bilbo before this, and about the future whan Sam will join him. It gave me some very vivid images, and I like how you describe characters who don't have a clear, physical appearance in the books.

Go to Judgement and Healing

Judgement and Healing

Larner - 02 Mar 08 - 11:29 PM

General Comment

Am glad this left you wanting to read more.  This was written to fit into a gap of my other stories; the visit to the Fanes was mentioned in "Filled with Light as with Water," "The Choice of Healing," and "Reunion."  The first is the brief description of Frodo to Sam of how he came to be as he'd be when Sam arrived; the second looks at the time between the Return and the death of Frodo and Sam on Tol Eressea and covers the events leading up to the visit to the Fanes; and the third is the story of Rosie's death, Sam's decision to sail, and his stay on the island, ending with his and Frodo's deaths, with a brief discussion of the wound on Frodo's neck.

This particular story was directly inspired by Fiondil's "Elf Interrupted: Glorfindel Redux," which is posted on Stories of Arda.  He and I see things slightly differently, although we do overlap in many ways.

I've always loved the relationship between Bilbo and Frodo.

Go to Judgement and Healing

In Stories

Finding Story Comments

Only chapters with comments appear in the drop down list. "General Comments" are free floating and don't belong to a particular chapter.

To leave a comment for a chapter that doesn't appear in the drop-down list, go to that chapter and use the form on the page.

Donation Options

Keyword Search

Search story summaries and titles

Don't use commas. Separate words with spaces.