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Maybe it's just me because sometimes I have a sick and twisted sense of humor, but the first part of this chapter reminded me of Monty Python humor. And I mean this in a high form of a comment. Still reading and enjoying.
Author's Response: Excellent! It is truly the highest form of compliment to have one's work be reminiscent of Monty Python.
Ok, well I havn't read much of this, But i really enjoyed the interaction with Glorfindel. combines modern literary dialogue of grilling the captive/enemy for information with the awesome history of Middle Earth. Great Job! I hope to read more.
Author's Response: Thanks!
First of all, I must apologize for not reviewing this in so long. It's my own fault that I've let your story get away from me. I have just now caught up and I am thoroughly enjoying this. It is like a Middle Earth history lesson along the way. As I said before, I am not up on my first age history so I greatly appreciate your chapter end notes. I think this is the first story I've read that featured the dark characters. As evil as they all are, I'm enjoying their interaction with each other. Khamul is wonderfully malicious and my favorite. Love her 'don't give a crap' attitude. You have managed to show us a side of the story that not many have touched on and I love to see how it all unravels. Great work and I'm looking forward to more, especially now that I'm caught up.
Author's Response: Thank you very much! I'm so glad you're enjoying it!
wow very exciting and well written cannot wait to read more. nice to meet you!
This is an interesting story. I'm surprised to see you have not been reviewed yet. I will admit, I'm not too up on my First Age Middle Earth history so some of the places are a little confusing, but that's just me. I am anxious to see where this story goes. Am I right to assume that the Nazgul characters are all women? If so, that's a new twist. Good writing and I look forward to following along.
Author's Response: Thanks! Seven of the Nazgul are women in this. I decided to make the Witch-King male because that adds some tension with Khamul, who thinks she should be chief, and is also very annoyed that Sauron put a man in charge. The ninth Nazgul's also a man...I'm not sure why. Maybe it was for contrast between the Witch-King - who's fairly strong-willed - and the ninth Nazgul, who's weak and not all that smart. Thanks again for the review! I hope you enjoy the rest of the story!