Reviews For Green Fletchings
Name: Chiara Cadrich (Signed) · Date: February 17, 2016 19:24 · For: Green Fletchings
Excellent! A very realistic slice of ranger's life.
Author's Response: It was realistic in more ways than one. This was adapted from one of my own Vietnam experiences. Thanks again for your continuing interest and support.
Name: silverwhitemoon (Signed) · Date: June 16, 2014 3:04 · For: Green Fletchings
I liked it as well. It shows Poke's growth and the message that war is hell. I'd like to read more.
Author's Response: Thank you for your review and support, Silverwhitemoon. Please read the prequel to this story, "The Lucky Arrow."
Name: Tinara (Signed) · Date: March 06, 2012 19:17 · For: Green Fletchings
Your story really seems like RL-experience, I think it's well balanced in the viewpoints of the various characters. In Pocosin's forced growth through his unfortunate shot reality of what he's doing besides simply firing arrows that hit "something" forces itself into his conciousness.
I've noticed that you have quite some stories at LotRfanfiction. Will you upload these here as well?
Author's Response: Hi, Tinara. Thanks for your additional comments on the story. I will eventually be uploading my other stories here. In the process, I hope to eliminate any typos and also make small changes and improvements.
Name: Tinara (Signed) · Date: March 01, 2012 16:17 · For: Green Fletchings
I finally found some time to read this story - and I must say I'm very impressed. The words "I liked it" don't seem the right ones for this story, but as I'm very creative with words they'll have to suffice.
It's a grim and tragic incident Pocosin encounters and by which he's forced to realize what else besides scouting and companionship and adventure and orc-slaying his job as a soldier really entails. I think you develop the setting quite naturally and the point that such things happen as well as that there's a price to pay for everyone going into war comes across very strongly, at least for me.
Author's Response: Thanks for your review, Tinara. This story was based on a Vietnam experience and isn't completely fictional. Pocosin and his uncle Goleck appear in some of my other stories as well.
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