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  1. Public Bookmark 35

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    At the end of a long day, Finch's voice telling John there's a prepared meal and how long to put it in the microwave means John is that much less likely to find himself a liquid dinner or go to sleep without.

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    15 Aug 2017

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    Ronon's friendship with Chuck, the head Gate Tech of the Atlantis mission, leads him to discover the strange and alien ways of Canadians and helps him lay his past to rest.

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    13 Aug 2017

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    Reese is an incubus that Finch summons by mistake.

    The wizard isn’t at all what John expected. He’s slight, with a beakish nose, pale eyes behind thick-rimmed glasses, and receding hair that stands up straight like it’s surprised. In his brown three-piece suit, he looks like a teacher at an old-fashioned boys’ school. But it isn’t his nebbishy appearance that throws John—it’s his expression. Most summoners greet him with a leer or a blush; this man looks, well, baffled.

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    13 Aug 2017

  4. Public Bookmark 11

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    John Reese was desperate enough for a job, that he took the Night Guard position at the National History Museum. His first night, made his wildest missions in the CIA, look like child's play.

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    11 Aug 2017

  5. Public Bookmark 35

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    John gets dumped on a Mexican landfill. Because who would want an operative with a conscience, or a shape-shifter who can't just obey?

    shape–shifter (noun, \ˈshāp-ˌshif-tər\)

    While a shapeshifter is considerably stronger, faster and possesses sharper senses than a comparable human, a shifter is also prone of succumbing to the animal's instincts. An anchor (always human, never another shifter) will be able to keep these instincts lashed by providing stability and order. Commonly these humans are referred to as 'masters' or 'owners' (the later is discouraged since a shifter is, at principle, still a sentient human being and falls under the Genevan Convention, thus can’t be owned). On rare occurrences, individuals have reported the empathic bond to be mutual. Though the shifter is not able to force his will on the human, the human is, in situations of great distress, able to pick up empathic feedback from his or her thrall.

    I'm still looking for a beta-reader to clean up my mistakes. If anybody would take it upon him- or herself, I would be really grateful.

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    9 Aug 2017