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The Honorary Hobbit  by lovethosehobbits 89 Review(s)
AndreaReviewed Chapter: 23 on 4/23/2014
It's the same situation all over again, only with swapped roles.
But this time Gandalf is there to prevent Aragorn from doing something stupid ;-)

I am not so sure, though, if Aragorn could have mustered the strength to reach Frodo's bedside on his own. But he would have tried nevertheless!

“Of course, Aragorn, but Merry and Pippin have also volunteered to help in your physical therapy,” the wizard said with a chuckle.

That should be indeed interesting!

Author Reply: I know I'M looking forward to it!

LarnerReviewed Chapter: 23 on 4/23/2014
Well, Aragorn at least is recovering at last! The infection is clearing up, and he's able at last to take an interest in what's going on around him. And he's as guilty as Frodo of putting others' needs before his own, I suspect.

Author Reply: MEN! or I suppose it should be MALES! Unbelievably stubborn. If they'd only realize that if they took care of themselves then they could take care of others. sigh

AndreaReviewed Chapter: 22 on 2/16/2014
Oh my! I agree with the others: Hearon will NEVER forget to wash his hands again!

And I hope Pippin will be in time to clean the seats...

Reviewed Chapter: 22 on 2/15/2014
Really enjoyed this hope there will be more

DreamflowerReviewed Chapter: 22 on 1/27/2014
Uh-oh. Pippin!

I love Elrond going into "herald mode". And I cringed when Hearon said "at least it wasn't an important step"!


LarnerReviewed Chapter: 22 on 1/27/2014
They now know WHY he was made Gil-galad's herald, don't they? Heh!

And they have managed to avert an even worse infection. As for the apprentice--he will NEVER forget to wash his hands again, I suspect!

(And I do hope that those privies are clean when Elves come to use them!)

DreamflowerReviewed Chapter: 21 on 10/3/2013
Oh dear! Poor Frodo! Poor Aragorn!

That's one determined Baggins!

Author Reply: Hard headed and stubborn isn't he.

LarnerReviewed Chapter: 21 on 10/1/2013
At least they can now drain it, now that the infection is obviously draining. Bless Frodo for wishing to help his beloved friend as he could.

Author Reply: He probably inadvertently saved his life by the whole mess.

AndreaReviewed Chapter: 21 on 9/29/2013
That proves that the transitions between stubbornness and foolishness are smooth!

Now Frodo has to wait yet again for his long-desired bath.
But who knows how long it would have taken Elrond to find the cause of Aragorn's lasting fever otherwise?

Author Reply: Exactly...divine intervention or hobbit-intervention, I would say.

obsidianjReviewed Chapter: 20 on 7/13/2013
Oh, to be in the care of hobbits when you are sick. Although, I could do without the pain...

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