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    (My epic love song to Bones! A kickass character in his own right, and not to be shoved aside to be used for comic relief.)

    Summary in simple words: Section 31 wants Leonard. Leonard wants Jim. And Jim, well, Jim wants people to stop taking what’s his.

    Not so simple words: Leonard knows the serum he used to save Jim from death has the potential for Universal Armageddon, and he's not the only one. Starfleet Intelligence wants the formula, but Leonard's a stubborn man. He's not about to hand that power over to anyone, not even if he's being ordered to. Lost from the Enterprise and everyone he cares about, it's up to Leonard to stop the rogue agency known as Section 31 from destroying thousands of lives, and changing the galaxy forever.

    Takes place between Jim's resurrection and the beginning of the 5 year mission at the end of STID. (COMPLETE!)




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    15 May 2017

  3. Public Bookmark 52

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    30 Apr 2017

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    Joanna McCoy is, to Jim, a bit like a wormhole.

    He understands she exists. He knows it is possible to visit her (Bones does, whenever he can). He can, if pressed, give a fairly accurate description of the physics of her being. But, for the very life of him, he just cannot picture actually experiencing her in person.

    Then one day she comes to visit.

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    18 Apr 2017

  5. Public Bookmark 74

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    Variations on a theme

    Or, seven times Jim and Bones were soulmates, and two times they weren't but didn't care.

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    18 Apr 2017

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