Wonderful story !!! Very realistic and beautifully written!!
I really hope thereīs gonna be a second chapter!!!
Canīt wait to read it! XO
Author's Response: I'm glad you liked it. Being realistic and writing well are very important to me, so I'm happy you thought this story succeeded with both of those. Sorry, no sequel is planned. Thanks for reading.
sad, beautiful and incredible... Awk, the corner of my eye is slightly damp... I am absolutly stunned at this story, you obviously had to spend a long time thinking about the storyline! I loved it... Loved it, loved it, loved it!
Author's Response: What lovely compliments. Thank you. I like to evoke strong emotions, so a damp eye is perfect. :o) Actually the storyline wasn't hard. It was the execution that proved a bit tricky. Some parts of it flowed easily and some took a bit of work to make it sound believable. I'm very pleased that you loved it so much. Thanks again.
Great story, and a well-earned win on Teitho. I really like how you made Legolas vulnerable and believable, but not sappy, and show his understanding of the wolf as a wild animal.
Author's Response: Thanks you. I always try hard to make my characterizations as believable as I can in whatever situations I place them in. Glad you like my Legolas here. Being a wood-elf, I think he has a very clear understanding of Nature and all its wildlife.
A very emotional piece! Very tense in places, and the end was quite calm...Very nice!
Author's Response: You picked up on the emotion and intensity, ending calmly, as you point out. That was exactly what I intended. I'm glad you liked it.
A fic with a wolf - something like this automatically scores with ten points in my book! I liked the idea of their little "community", of two beings (who have nothing in common, who normally would be enemies) coming together to die. And thankfully you ended with a cliffie, a very evil one might I add, so I hope this isn't a story including character death. I'm keeping my fingers crossed for those two!
Author's Response: You must be a wolf lover, too! :o) I'm glad you liked how I connected elf and wolf. Death is a powerful thing to share, and I wanted them to be a comfort to each other. Since I wrote this for Teitho, I didn't go into a longer story, but I've had several requests to continue it, so I just might do that. Do keep your fingers crossed. :o)