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Comments on 'The Lichenwold Crossing (Part 4 of 8)'

Please note: These comments are the personal opinons of members, and do not represent any sort of official judgement, even if they are made by people in club management.  Everyone deserves respect for their creativity; but if you find a critical comment on one of your works, please don't take it personally.  On the other hand, personal attacks are not tolerated and any comment containing them will be deleted as soon as we discover it!

Holly H.Oh boy! Part of me appreciates Anler’s inner struggle. Once you get an idea in your head, it’s hard to get it out, and on a long boring journey when so much time is spent in the saddle with nothing to do but think, it makes sense that he’s dwelling on this question. At the same time, I sympathize with Birka’s feeling that she didn’t think she HAD to knot her necklace. No matter all of the pros and cons of that relationship, *this journey* isn’t the time to broach it. It just seems like it wouldn’t be good either way -- whether Birka said no, or even if she said yes. It would add too many possible complications. I kind of hope Anler realizes this before he makes things awkward! (I did like getting Birka’s thoughts about him and his emotional history, though. That certainly added an interesting dimension to things, even if it makes me feel uncertain about predicting what he’ll do.)
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