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|Old Strider by Linda Hoyland||4 Review(s)|
|Avon||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 5/13/2016|
|I like that. I think you've caught very well one of the puzzles of Aragorn. I don't think he can just abandon who he ahs been for so many years even though he will become more Elvish with the coronation and his marriage.|
Author Reply: Thank you. I'm pleased you enjoyed this story.Aragorn fascinates me so much as he is so many things, Ranger, healer, King, soldier and more.I don't think he loses any of the parts he has gained.
|shirebound||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 5/2/2016|
|How Aragorn must treasure these lighthearted conversations with the hobbits, knowing that they love him for himself, and not for any title. :)|
Author Reply: Thank you. I'm pleased you enjoyed this story.I'm sure Aragorn treasures every moment with his Hobbit friends.
|Larner||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 5/1/2016|
|That manifestation of his ancestry must have surprised and awed many. Delightful interlude with Hobbits!|
Author Reply: Thank you. I'm pleased you enjoyed this story.I think the Hobbits were surprised who their friend really was.
|quodamat||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 5/1/2016|
|This is very sweet and charming! I love the hobbits' reactions to Aragorn, especially "Mister Strider,um your kingliness, I mean..." As someone who is very easily flustered, I have a lot of empathy for poor Sam!|
Author Reply: Thank you. I'm pleased you enjoyed this story.I feel for poor Sam too.