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A Case of Mistaken Identity  by Conquistadora 2 Review(s)
mystarlightReviewed Chapter: 4 on 11/1/2019
Tolkien uses 'if' as I remember correctly and this word is really important.

Author Reply: Very true. ;)

fan81981Reviewed Chapter: 4 on 2/14/2004
This is the second time I am reading this and was going to review at the end but I just wanted to pick up on something.

"As financially possessive as he is rumored to be, Thranduil is NOT the greedy grasping miser some portray. "

Now I don't remember the Hobbit TOO well, but I thought Thranduil was "fond" of jewels? When has that become finaccially possesive? I like jewellery, a lot - but I will bop someone on the head if they call me stingy/miserly.

I think Thranduil would too. :)

Author Reply:
I'm sure he has a soft spot for gems and things, but he is no stranger to charity. And I would not blame him for being something of a tightwad, but that certainly doesn't make him a Scrooge, as some seem to conclude.

I agree; being fond of jewels doesn't make one a dog-in-the-manger. :)

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