Lord of the Rings – Part 2

Time for part two of my favourite Lord of the Rings fan fiction stories, and I’m not just posting this because I haven’t read anything this week (or maybe it’s a little that!). There are only 9 stories here, from 2017-2018. I’m surprised I haven’t read any Lord of the Rings story since 2018, but I guess my priorities have changed slightly.

Anyway, onward!

Bargaining and Gambling with Death by MuseatMidnight

This story has 34 chapters and a word count of 199,585.

After an unfortunate event Teru finds she has been saved by some meddlesome gods who decide to throw her into Middle Earth. Falling quite literally into the middle of the council she has to join the Fellowship. To add to all this, she isn’t exactly human any more… 

The Accidental Arrival of Lauren Harris by Mandagal12

This story has 44 chapters and a word count of 311,839.

While standing watch at a classified science facility, Lauren Harris is victim to an experiment gone wrong. Transported to a realm of magic and great evil, she must choose to adapt or perish. Not a tenth walker. (OC, pre to post movies.)

Guardian of the Dunedain by Twitch88

This story has 49 chapters and a word count of 224,706.

Authiel Dúnadan, Ranger of the North. She made a vow to the Chieftain of the Dúnedain. To protect and guide all those that followed in his bloodline, the line of Isildur, until a King returned to Gondor. Now Aragorn is the last in the line of Kings and it’s the final hour. Will they succeed or will the Dúnedain fall into darkness? 10th Walker Eventual Aragorn/OC Slow Burn.

The Beautifully Dark Sister by Literary Melody

This story has 87 chapters and a word count of 429,059.

When hope seems like a myth and darkness is your only friend, living merely is a way to pass the time. A Tenth Walker story with a history that is begging to be heard, and a future that is desperate to live.

To Live Again by Wunderkind4006 (this can also be found on wattpad)

This story has 89 chapters and a word count of 607,746.

Is it possible to die and come back to another world? For Clara Riley it just might be! A daydreamer and lover of all things fantastical Clara gets the shock of her life when she wakes up in Greenwood when she should be dead! A little AU story I wrote on a whim because I wanted to try writing something new, a possible future ThranduilXOC romance and lots of fun like that.

Stars of Varda by airwren

This story has 30 chapters and a word count of 84,707.

She’s been Thranduil’s close friend for a long time. But when a shocking rumor about his past comes to light, it shakes her entire world. How well does she really know him? With the threat of war and an uncertain future for the Woodland Realm, her life is changing forever, and so are her feelings for her friend. A story about second chances with eventual romance.

The Road Goes On by Kali.Incarnate

This story has 24 chapters and a word count of 53,738.

The Fellowship of the Rings featuring children from the families of Erebor. Dwarves, and Elves, and Hobbits oh my! Flori, Kori, and Kali join in on the quest to bring the ring to Mordor much to their parents grievances. May the mayhem ensue with danger a plenty. A continued tale from Chosen by the Valar and Beyond the Carven Stone.

Silence by LibbyWrites

This story has 52 chapters and a word count of 130,178.

Amy lived in silence. Being profoundly deaf, this was easy to do and she liked it that way. She certainly had no intentions of getting mixed up in an adventure to save Middle Earth. So what should she do when she finds all her choices in the hands of characters from a book? Classic 10th walker and LegolasxOC but hopefully a little unpredictable.

The Shadow Hunter by fishellya

This story has 45 chapters and a word count of 201,575.

Varilerin is an exile, forcing herself to the dangerous world of Middle Earth to seek redemption as Daefaroth; the Shadow hunter. As she dealt the guilt that had always loomed over her, she must face the threat Sauron posed for her people, discover the truth about her heritage, and fight for the freedom of Middle Earth. Later Pairing, rated T for violence and angst.

Let me know if you’ve read any of these or if you would read any of these!

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