April 18, 2942 (S.R. 1342) 1. The Master of Lake-town falls to dragon-sickness. (determined from text) ... "The old Master had come to a bad end. Bard had given him much gold for the help of the Lake-people, but being of the kind that easily catches such disease he fell under the dragon-sickness, and took most of the gold and fled with it, and died of starvation in the Waste, deserted by his companions...."
Could there ever have been a book in the works of either Tolkien on the life of Aragorn? And what was it like for him to live through each of those lives under different identities with the secret of his heritage buried in him. Just to know his actual timeline would be nice ;)
That's a lovely thought, but I don't think either J.R.R. Tolkien or his son Christopher ever began such a book. We do get a rough outline of Aragorn's life from both Appendix A and Appendix B of The Lord of the Rings, but "The Tale of Aragorn and Arwen" (Appendix A) is light on specific dates and years. #FidelityToTolkien