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Heirs of Gondor  by Aelaer 31 Review(s)
LarnerReviewed Chapter: 5 on 8/15/2010
An excellent series as we see the two of them questioning, and in the end coming to trust one another.

Rob MillerReviewed Chapter: 1 on 8/7/2010
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EstelcontarReviewed Chapter: 5 on 7/14/2008
Lšire, as I told you when I first read this story, I found it a most perceptive and poignant one. I think you've hit on the nail how Aragorn and Boromir must have felt about each other, and you did manage to convey it to us most movingly. Congratulations.

Agape4GondorReviewed Chapter: 5 on 7/1/2008
Oh my! What a heavily ladened chapter....

Needless to say - my heart dropped when I read of Boromir's 'bright destination' - though I must keep telling myself, that, for a warrior, dying saving others is a 'bright destination.' :-(

As for Aragorn - I love his thoughts... and the nod between the two men. Can't wait to see what further you do.

shireboundReviewed Chapter: 5 on 7/1/2008
A very perceptive and thoughtful story, Suvi. :)

harrowcatReviewed Chapter: 5 on 7/1/2008
Thanks for all of the great chapters. They are all read and devoured lovingly.


LarnerReviewed Chapter: 5 on 7/1/2008
At least enmity doesn't lie between them, and they can know the hope of companionship and even friendship; and they will most times seek to cooperate with one another.

A lovely series this has been; I've enjoyed it thoroughly.

meckinockReviewed Chapter: 4 on 6/29/2008
Well, this is the best resolution we could hope for, given Boromir being who he is, and coming to what he's coming to. A telling insight into the thoughts that must have been going through his head. Decisions this soldier never imagined having to consider.

Author Reply: Your own thoughts on the subject are always appreciated. I do sometimes feel sorry for Boromir, having to give up the rule of a country he loves to a nearly complete stranger. I imagine that, even if he did accept it, he spent much more time thinking about it than I portray. Thanks for the review.

meckinockReviewed Chapter: 3 on 6/29/2008
I like the vulnerability Aragorn reveals here - there's the tantalizing glimpse of the confidence, and indeed the comfort he enjoys in his role as Chieftain of the Dunedain, and in the same moment he displays ambivalence to Boromir's comparison of him with Elendil. He's off-balance in this new relationship, doesn't quite know what to make of Boromir's overture. The last line is wonderfully frank, and defines the process that they're both entering into, I think.

RadbooksReviewed Chapter: 4 on 6/29/2008
I'm really enjoying this story. Aragorn and Boromir both seem very true to the characters we see in the books. Thanks for sharing!

Author Reply: Thank you for reading, Radbooks :)

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