2011 Award Category: Post-Ring War and Beyond: Gondor
Story Type: Story ✧ Length: Short Story
Rating: General ✧ Reason for Rating: N/A
Summary: The Fourth Age is made for peace. Aragorn, Arwen and Faramir enjoy the end of a lazy day in Ithilien.
Reviewed by: obsidianj ✧ Score: 3
This little story warms the heart. Faramir and Arwen have become good friends. I like the reminiscence of both and that even good memories can be a burden. It is a great idea that Faramir could live through part of the quest through letters Boromir wrote.
Reviewed by: Antane ✧ Score: 3
I like the idea of those ashes finding their way home. That was the best part, hard as it was for Aragorn to do, but a loving act amidst the pain. I also liked Aragorn's reasoning in the first part about bringing bread along. I also liked the thought that Faramir knew much of his brother's travels through the journal Boromir kept. That would be a treasure to have.
Reviewed by: Rivergift ✧ Score: 2
A gentle, sweet tale that seems to exemplify the peace so hard-won in this Fourth Age. I loved the Arwen-Faramir interactions. A great read at the end of the day!
Reviewed by: Darkover ✧ Score: 1
A nice story, full of imagery, memories, and friendship. An enjoyable read.