|Reviews for Maeryn of Gleannmara|
| Aisteru of the Grey Havens chapter 9 . 3/7/2005
Your story so far is very well written. Its very fast paced and full of action which helps to keep the reader on the edge of their seat. Keep up your writing and you could be a bestselling author someday. :)
| metropolis noir chapter 9 . 2/18/2005
I like it, it's as violent and yet so realistic as I wish my own story was.
| Adored Princess chapter 9 . 2/18/2005
AHH! it's so very well written! I loviee! Can't wait to read more! This is awesomeness!...wait that isn't a word...er...that isn't either...umm...shoot that's not...gr...tha- okay I'm done with imaginary words...wait then why do we have imaginary numbers?
Oh no I am confuzeling myself!
| metropolis noir chapter 4 . 2/18/2005
This is really good. I must admit that I would have liked a bit more backstory about teh war between Gleannmarra and Cairthan. I thought it neat that the two were able to unite against a common foe but the next day back against each other.
| metropolis noir chapter 1 . 2/18/2005
I like this introduction. The depiction of her fight with the last Norse attacker is really good.
| Leona chapter 9 . 2/17/2005
Great story but there was a few things that bothered me. Druids didn't Druidic path is not one of animal sacrifice and inless you count killing plants nothing was ever harmed. Potions don't last long(maybe a week)so it's highly unlikely that a Druid would have a potion you have ay questions about Driuds feel free to e-mail me.
| Kayla Hayes chapter 9 . 2/16/2005
O! More battle scenes! I love how you do them. I, on the other hand, totally suck at stuff like this. I tried my hand once or twice and failed miserably. Please update soon!
| Lady Saleci Loramma chapter 9 . 2/16/2005
How sweet. Your writing is really improving, its much easier to follow, especially this chapter even though it was a battle. I can't wait to see what happens, Rowan will save her of course, but will happen after that. I wonder...well keep on this writing roll. -Sal
| Kayla Hayes chapter 8 . 2/15/2005
Great Chapter. I liked how you described the horses. You definately have an idea of what a horse looks like and how it moves.
Anyway... Update soon!
| virgo-valentina chapter 8 . 2/14/2005
I wonder what is going to happen next?
| MissyMay chapter 8 . 2/14/2005
:o the site's been slow for me for the last couple of days, but at last an update of my fav! yay, i'm really liking the set up for the next chap. i can't wait to read another of your battle scenes, update soon!
| virgo-valentina chapter 7 . 2/14/2005
this story rocks! when r u going to add!
| Kayla Hayes chapter 7 . 1/30/2005
Great chapter. I have a feeling he is falling for her...
By the way, I like the little thing you mentioned about the druid. I though that funny.
| Caoimhe Dubh chapter 2 . 1/29/2005
Me again. Sorry.
you mention how Rowan has a Roman sword. slight issues with that, since the Romans, first, never conquered Ireland (the most they did was set up an outpost there), and second, pulled out of Britain in the 5th century AD, about four hundred years before the Viking invasions. the sword would probably not be usable at that point if it'd been passed down to Rowan. if it was, it'd have been repaired and remade enough times that it wouldn't be Roman anymore.
sorry, I'm a nerd. I'll try to stop bugging you about all of this.
| Caoimhe Dubh chapter 1 . 1/29/2005
This is a really good story, but I'm just going to point out a few historical points:1) Vikings/norsemen didn't paint their faces. in europe, that was more or less strictly a Celtic thing, and this is, I'm pretty sure, set a few hundred years AFTER the face-painting went out of style.2) in the early 700s, St. Adamnan had passed the Law of the Innocents, which basically worked to keep women, children, and priests (and monks and so on - the clergy in general) out of war - to protect them and to prevent women from fighting in battles. it'd probably have taken a few years for everyone to have found out about it and started following it, but probably no more than ten.
Again, this is a really awesome story - the descriptions are wonderful, and the action is also really well thumbs up!