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5/6/2021 c1 92KathyG
Hey, one of these days, you should write a Sherlock/Hobbit crossover! One in which Sherlock and John find themselves in Middle-earth and end up going on the quest to the Lonely Mountain with Bilbo, Gandalf, and the dwarves. I would so love to see Sherlock deducing Smaug! :)
5/26/2018 c1 Silvanesti
Oh this was amusing, and written before the films came, right?
11/26/2017 c1 4gaarasgirl389
Why do I get the feeling that you wrote this story just to use that quote? XD Brilliant! Well done!
12/13/2015 c1 10WalkingInTalaria
I laughed so many times while reading this, and even now I'm staring at my screen grinning like a drunk Took. As a dedicated Lord of the Rings fan who also knows a bit about the book version of Sherlock Holmes (though sadly I have yet to see the show) this was hilarious. Watson and Sherlock are, now that I think about it, almost exactly like Bilbo and Smaug (although with the slight difference that Smaug would be more than happy to devour Bilbo in a flash of fire and snapping teeth, while Sherlock does not usually indulge in cannibalism) and your writing really brought this out in a lot of clever ways.

This is probably a lot to ask, but would you ever consider writing some sort of follow-up to this with Sherlock's reaction to the new books Watson has given him? I realize that this might mess with the feel of the story, and that some things are in their best form when they're unwritten but hinted at, but the raging Silmarillion fan inside me is irrationally desperate for more. Regardless of whether you write more or not, I really liked this. Anyway, sorry for the really long rant-review! Thanks for letting this out into the world.
11/2/2014 c1 Saskatcheran
Oh, my favorite series. I actually quite enjoyed The Silmarillion, even though it definitely was a mouthful and the language was so formal and it made me keep reading the same sentence over and over without realizing it because it was so confusing and there were too many names to keep up with and most of the characters had multiple names...
4/8/2014 c1 thomaseliot
Charming. And totally believable. :)
3/6/2014 c1 3d1x1lady
Such a happy story! Love it.
2/21/2014 c1 8Violet Verner
That was so cute! I will never stop liking Smauglock and Biljohn jokes. Good job.
1/1/2014 c1 61AnotherBook
This is epic! I can absolutely see Sherlock becoming obsessed with the Lord of the Rings.
Excellent work!
1/1/2014 c1 ErinKenobi2893
This is HYSTERICAL. And sweet. And cute. Well done!
I wonder what Sherlock will think of Frodo... hopefully better than he would if he watched the movies. ;-P And the Silmarillion! ;-D One of my favorites. :-D
6/28/2013 c1 14nimagine
*whimpers with delight* I love it. LOVE IT. LOOOOOVE IT! Great job! Your characterization was BRILLIANT and it was just too cute! And I love The Hobbit and LOTR and Silmarillion so much that Sherlock's eagerness for it makes me want to cry with joy... LOVE! Favorite Sherlock/Hobbit crossover!
2/6/2013 c1 135Phosphorescent
Ah, this is delightful. Now you have to write a sequel or two, of course. ;-)
1/6/2013 c1 2paisley15
Oh, this is awesome! Great job!
10/9/2012 c1 12Sherley Holmes
This is absolutely fantastic :D Sherlock really would love The Hobbit (who doesn't, honestly?)
2/6/2012 c1 41Heidinanookie
Haha, fantastic! Apart from this being another of your brilliant pieces of writing, I love the concept. In fact, I started to write something similar for "House" once (which, incidentally, is based on Sherlock Holmes) where Wilson gets enthralled with The Hobbit and LotR and House, after initial disdain, turns into even more of a fan than Wilson.

I can't wait to see/hear Martin and Ben in the movie.

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