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Dreamflower's Dribs and Drabs  by Dreamflower 4 Review(s)
LarnerReviewed Chapter: 38 on 4/9/2011
It is a sight to stir the heart even of the most land-bound of Hobbits. But at least he knows that Frodo now travels towards that hope!

Lovely, Dreamflower!

Author Reply: Thank you dear! I can't believe I only just found this review!

harrowcatReviewed Chapter: 38 on 3/15/2011
Even in this time of grief Pippin would be the one to make the most of the experience. Lovely description.

Author Reply: I agree. The thing is, while he's going to be every bit as grieving as the other two, I see him as not knocked quite as flat by it. To my mind, I believe that he believes Frodo will heal and find new adventure where he's going. The Tookishness in them both, I guess, while for Sam and Merry, they hope he will heal, but they think more of what Frodo is losing and leaving behind.

But he's still going to miss Frodo forever...

VirtuellaReviewed Chapter: 38 on 3/5/2011
I am a connoisseur of seaside descriptions and this is a fine one. :)

Author Reply: Why thank you! I think Pippin might believe this was his only chance to see the sea, and that in spite of his sorrow, he would make the most of it.

AntaneReviewed Chapter: 38 on 3/4/2011
Oh, I loved that they saw Gil-Estel! What a neat touch! And I like Pippin's wondering how long the journey would take.

Namarie, God bless, Antane :)

Author Reply: I thought that the mention of Earendil would convey Pippin's own innate hopefulness, even in this time of grieving.

And naturally, he'd wonder how long it would take for Frodo to arrive!

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