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The Michel Delving Mathom House  by Periantari 38 Review(s)
AntaneReviewed Chapter: 15 on 1/31/2009
I wonder if he remembers his uncle's words about conquering monsters and not letting fear defeat him. He must for he is doing it... What an inspiration he is.

Namarie, God bless, Antane :)

Author Reply: Something must have guided Frodo at these dark hours and i'm sure that his cousins, Sam and memories of Bilbo and his parents even must've pulled him through. Thanks for forging the connection between the swimming lessons and trying to defeat the Morgul blade's poison! =)
Thanks for reading/reviewing!

AntaneReviewed Chapter: 14 on 1/31/2009
"Donít let a fear for something prevent you from being great.Ē

Words to live by! And words that Frodo and just about everyone else proved during the War of the Ring. I wonder if Bilbo knows how much he shaped the son of his heart. And how much he could shape me too.

Namarie, God bless, Antane :)

Author Reply: Bilbo's line is an inspiration to us all. ;)
I'm sure Bilbo's love for Frodo is what nurtured Frodo's spirit all those years. In addition to his cousins and Sam and Freddy...Frodo did have love after losing his parents early.
Thanks for reading, dear! =)

AntaneReviewed Chapter: 13 on 1/31/2009
A loving tribute to his brothers - all three of them. How wonderful.

Namarie, God bless, Antane :)

Author Reply: Thank you so much! Thanks for liking. :)

LarnerReviewed Chapter: 17 on 1/31/2009
Oh, very movie-verse! And a good look at Merry's thoughts here.

Author Reply: Thanks so much! That is one of my favorite movie scenes from the first movie. :)

LarnerReviewed Chapter: 16 on 1/31/2009
Absence in this case did nothing to damage the ties already developed. Theirs was a blessed love shared.

Author Reply: I agree as well-- Rosie/Sam is my favorite pairing in LotR. :) As they say, "absence makes the heart grow fonder".

LarnerReviewed Chapter: 15 on 1/31/2009
And make it he did, bless him the more for it!

Author Reply: I have the most respect for Frodo at this time in the book. I mean Mordor was hard but this was the first obstacle he had and he passed it with flying colors-- to endure pain for that long! awww Frodo! We loves you! :)

LarnerReviewed Chapter: 14 on 1/31/2009
It would be such a good skill, and for just this reason, for Frodo to develop. Good for him!

Author Reply: I always see Frodo as being courageous and Bilbo to ready him with all the confidence and skills he needs to succeed. :) Thanks for reading and reviewing!

LarnerReviewed Chapter: 13 on 3/27/2007
A special thanksgiving offered, and again the scene from the movie recalled, overlying the book story.

They are not as they were; yet are even more themselves in the end.

Author Reply: I love that scene in the Green Dragon movie-verse and always think that Frodo did have a lot to be thankful for amidst all that he has lost. All the hobbits grew at the end and i just find that so profound...just kind of reflects Tolkien's perception of what war and battles do to young soldiers...

LarnerReviewed Chapter: 12 on 3/27/2007
Bless them, Frodo and the rest for seeking to give Sam his birthday anyway.

Author Reply: I always thought that they needed to celebrate Sam's birthday when he woke. :) No one should've forgot. =) And thank you for all your reviews and thoughts for all of my updated stuff, dear! I will go and reply to all of them now. :)

LilyReviewed Chapter: 4 on 11/30/2006
This was very cute! Poor Pippin. He didn't have a chance against Merry. Thanks for writing!

Author Reply: Thanks so much for reading and liking this, Lily~ glad that i could offer something fro wee!hobbits (though written a year ago) ;).

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