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1. Sodden Leaves This is a HASA reviewed story.
Author: Janette Le Fay
Last Updated: 04/27/03  Original Post: 04/12/03
Status: Reviewed  Rating: General  Chapters: 1  Word Count: 1,769
Era: 3rd Age - Ring War   Genre: General  Completion: Complete
Pre-Quest story; an episode in the everyday life of Frodo Baggins and his young gardener Sam, wherein Sam discovers that he rather likes the rain and Frodo indulges this fancy. General; Sam is very young in this story.
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2. Perhaps This is a HASA reviewed story.
Author: Janette Le Fay
Last Updated: 04/26/03  Original Post: 04/12/03
Status: Reviewed  Rating: General  Chapters: 1  Word Count: 562
Era: 3rd Age - Ring War   Genre: General  Completion: Complete
Wherein Merry ponders the nature of love. Vignette with vaguely slashy undertones, set pre-quest in the Shire.
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3. Only Darkness This is a HASA reviewed story.
Author: Janette Le Fay
Last Updated: 04/24/03  Original Post: 04/12/03
Status: Reviewed  Rating: General  Chapters: 1  Word Count: 912
Era: 3rd Age - Ring War   Genre: Other  Completion: Complete
Grima Wormtongue has been watching the Lady Eowyn for a long time, and he suspects that she is not quite what she seems. Angst-ridden vignette set in Edoras.
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Lion And The Swan, The

Chathol-linn - 21 Jan 15 - 11:07 AM

Ch. 1: The Lion and The Swan

I've read and commented on this lyrical love song many times.  The poem is not about seduction and yet its rhythm is as irresistible as first love and lots more more gentle.  As Lothiriel journeys away from girlhood, feel her breathless apprehension, awe, and regret; then her closure and acceptance of womanhood with her chosen companion, the golden king Eomer.  This poem has inspired me often. I love it and quote it. Thanks, ErinRua.

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A Bit of Rope

TariElfLady - 24 Dec 14 - 4:28 PM

Ch. 65: Reunion

This was a wild ride with so many of my favorite characters being killed, but it was well worth the reading.  Frodo's letters were beautiful and very touching.  Kudos to you.  I'm glad I was able to finish before this site goes down.  Hopefully I'll find you on another site.

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A Bit of Rope

TariElfLady - 17 Dec 14 - 10:42 AM

Ch. 62: A Question of Friendship

I feel so bad for Iaurel.  He needs to let go of all the pain.  In the end I do hope Frodo decides to be his friend.

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Unto the ending of the world

Nath - 10 Nov 14 - 8:18 PM

Ch. 41: News

Hi Helga,

Glad you liked the chapter Smile

Definitely not a good day for Eowyn, though...

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Unto the ending of the world

helga - 03 Nov 14 - 3:03 PM

Ch. 41: News

Yikes!  Very well writtn, with a lot of excitement and emotion packed into a concise chapter.  And I just knew it!  Not a good day for Eowyn.  

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