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At Hope's Edge  by Cairistiona 13 Review(s)
Ainu LaireReviewed Chapter: 20 on 4/6/2009
Aragorn is an idiot, that's what he is :P Good thing he is surrounded by people just as stubborn as he is and will wiggle it out of him soon.

And, if not, Halbarad will be sure to tell Elrond or Gandalf anyways :P

Author Reply: LOL... yes, I think his days of hiding how bad a state he's in are numbered, probably to less than one now. Thanks for the review!

FantasiaReviewed Chapter: 20 on 4/6/2009
I just want to slap Aragorn...again. I know, he is under the Black Breath, but he needs HELP!!! Where is Elrond? I know that Gandalf will help too.

Just a funny thought that I have, when Aragorn was in his room looking his bed, I was thinking, no way I will let him to sleep in that bed without taking a bath first, it is just that I was finishing my family laundry and was folding the clothes, so I wasn’t feeling that bad for him sleeping on the floor, sorry, not very sympathetic with poor melancholic this time...waiting for more

Thanks, Fantasia

Author Reply: LOL! Fantasia, your reviews always leave me smiling and this is no exception. No sympathy for dear Aragorn flinging himself to the floor in a fit of self-loathing angst, eh? LOL I'm spending the day at laundry myself so I can understand where you're coming from, most definitely.

And yes, it's a bit of irony that here Aragorn finally gets to Rivendell... and Elrond is too busy with Halbarad to help him... and Halbarad was the one that wanted to get Aragorn to Rivendell to start with... ack! The irony circles 'round and 'round.

Thanks as always for reading and for reviewing. :)

CalenlassReviewed Chapter: 20 on 4/6/2009
"No, not defeat," he whispered.

This is very "Aragorn." :)

Poor man...coping with trauma and nightmares. Never a good combination.

I needed this chapter today to counteract the icky weather. Hope you can find time to breathe and relax!


Author Reply: Thank you, Cal! Glad to have assisted with the icky weather. :)

That line does sort of say "Aragorn", doesn't it? I see him as someone who would be hard pressed to ever admit full defeat... and even in the midst of this struggle, he's beaten down but not really defeated, even if he's starting to worry that perhaps this time he is. Complex man, our Ranger.

Thanks for the review!

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