|Reviews for Renewal in Rivendell|
| Elenna123 chapter 32 . 6/7/2011
I want Merry's gift...
| Emily chapter 32 . 2/17/2010
Fantastic gifts. Fantastic ending. Fantastic story. Thanks. : )
(I wish I could have seen a flabbergasted Elrond! I wonder if we could get Hugo Weaving to do something for us?) : )
| Emily chapter 31 . 2/17/2010
That stone is so cool! SO COOL! : )
And what a nice surprise. So glad to hear Pippin got his sight back, even though I knew he would.
“Can’t you get him to talk?” asked Pippin. “Ask Gimli to give you more of that brown stuff from his flask. Cousin Bilbo was quite the chatterbox after a few shots of THAT, as I recall.”
One more chapter!
| Emily chapter 30 . 2/17/2010
“Or,” the Elf-lord continued in resignation, as more people crowded behind his children, “we can just announce a party and hope he will eventually wear himself out.”
Yes, that's probably the best choice of action, seeing as we are talking about a tweenage hobbit here. : )
| Emily chapter 27 . 2/17/2010
Angst indeed. You have delivered on your promise. I'm kinda sad about it, even though I know everyone's going to be fine. : /
The watched pot boiled quickly. Love the humor, slight though it is! : )
| Emily chapter 23 . 2/17/2010
Ooh. Cool. Stone. Fireworks. Ooh.
You have rendered me (nearly) speechless. Sweet chapter.
Pippin-angst, here I come! : )
| Emily chapter 22 . 2/17/2010
Aha! I knew from almost the very beginning that it had something to do with sunrise or sunset, but Aragorn roaring into Frodo's face confused me greatly, and gave me a fit of giggles that I still have not recovered from. Very cool. : )
| Emily chapter 19 . 2/17/2010
THE REVENGE OF FRODO! (Insert dramatic music here.)
“Nice crispy bacon,” moaned Merry, next to him. “Pork cracklings. Pork with chestnut stuffing…”
...and tomatoes and sausage, too, I expect! It had to be Merry who brought up nice crispy bacon. : )
Pippin is growing up well, isn't he? Still, I bet the fireworks come into play later on. Watch out for the pig!
| Emily chapter 18 . 2/17/2010
One attacker got away. THAT doesn't bode well...
| Emily chapter 17 . 2/17/2010
Drat. Not only is Aragorn injured (again!), but now Elrond will have his mischief or whatever disturbed.
The only good news is now we'll probably have Frodo taking all of those nasty tonics. My, how you love torture and injury and whatnot! : )
| Emily chapter 14 . 2/17/2010
Hurrah for makeshift duels! My sisters and I tend to get engaged in these; my favorite weapon is our largest frying pan ala Sam. My sisters, though, prefer my mother's wooden backscratcher and my father's black umbrella. I tend to have to play the role of Boromir. : )
“That,” replied Aragorn with irritating smugness “is for me to know and you to find out.”
Sneaky Aragorn. : )
| Emily chapter 13 . 2/17/2010
Lovely poetry, Budgielover. : )
Somehow I think Elrond knew exactly what Aragorn and Arwen were up to. How funny. And Boromir's plight was hilarious as well. : )
| Emily chapter 7 . 2/17/2010
I bet while the time the feast was over, Frodo wished he had been sat next to Merry and Pippin at the most dignified table, if only so he could elbow his cousins in the ribs. : )
The excerpt from canoeing skills class was most hilarious. I feel sorry for Gimli; why didn't Aragorn make Gandalf join the queue? : )
| Emily chapter 3 . 2/16/2010
After all the doom and gloom and near misses of this chapter, it ended in a perfectly light-hearted manner. Thank you. : )
"Merry consoled the tweenager gently then as soon as his back was turned, stomped it deep into the sand."
Me too, Merry, me too. : )
| Robin Gurl chapter 32 . 6/10/2009
I can't believe I hadn't reviewed this earlier...well finished it earlier is the better response. :D So beautiful, I loved it. Definitely had my eyes stuck on this story with the Pippin!hurt and Merry!comfort. xD As always, great story!