I must say that I have enjoyed these last two chapters very much. ;D
I really like the coven of secret Nazgul worshipers and the concept of choosing a patron wraith. That morganine sounds like quite a potent brew. I wonder what the men of the family would think if they ever found out that worshippers of the Dark were in their very households?
I like the half-wraiths. In my own stories, the children of the Nazgul are just like regular humans, but I also like the concept of them being more ethereal beings.
I hope you post another chapter soon!
Author's Response: Hello, Elfhild! Thanx for another kind review! Well, (un)fortunately one of the men will find out and you can only imagine what that means. I imagined the half-wraiths as being more wraith-like for the simple reason that the Nazgul had them after their "transformation" and not when they were still mortals; so I guessed their children would have been...different than other Men. As for a new chapter post, it will take some time (4-5 days) - I'm dealing with a lot of exams...
Is the Nazgul cult exclusively female? That opens the way for many possibilities!
Author's Response: Most of the followers are females, but not all. You'll encounter several male sorcerers working for the Wraiths in my story. Thanx for the review, by the way!
Variscodel, thanks for answering my Nazgul Challenge. :)
You have written an interesting beginning, and I hope you write more soon. I always imagined the Nazgul as having cults of devoted followers who worshipped the Wraith of their choosing. These devotees would worship their Nazgul, making oblations and sacrifices, observing arcane rituals, and calling upon that Wraith's dark powers to bless them and aid in spells. I see you have a similar idea - the women in the family are working for Nazgul Adunaphel and Akhorahil.
I wish you best of luck on your story.
Author's Response: Thank you for the review, Elfhild. I'm glad you liked the story and I promise to update as often as possible!