"Sauron, you look like orc-shit."
I *love* that expression!
quote ".. the curtains that ran around the stone walls to the rumpled white sheets on the sun-drenched bed." This is a powerful phrase. It creates intimacy with the character, before he has been seen.
Love it! and Mary Sue was the perfect ending!
Author's Response: Thanks! I hope you keep on reading! You'll find that the whole story is entertaining. Thing is, I'm just about to finish it up. Which is sad and exciting. Thanks for the review! <3Love and peanutbutter, Melda
No, he doesn't figure out who Faramir is, or recognize him seven years later in The Bridge. He doesn't even notice that he and Faramir look alike. Manservants are invisible, and no one notices them.
Sauron considered himself merciful because he beat Khamul instead of demoting him. However, he never offered Khamul a choice, he just assumed Khamul would make the same choice he himself made.
Author's Response: I'm glad you like it! Thanks for reading/reviewing!
Khamûl, the second Nazgûl. I see him as eager to please, and blaming himself for things that aren't under his control.
Author's Response: Ah, I see. I can see myself there too.
I've always loved hobbits. This really captures the Shire!
Author's Response: Thank you so much. :) There'll be another chapter up soon!
Thanks! This has been in my head forever, but today was the right day to post it.
"Crapping fanfiction. A crazed fan high on sugar who happens to have a very large crush on a particular fictional character creating a romantic story about said character falling in love with them."
This one line is worth the price of admission. Me, I'm in love with Sauron.
Beautiful lyrical language! Aching sadness.