mrkinch

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  1. Rec 36

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    Because he didn't dare leave Varvara Sidorovna unsupervised, she had to be towed around behind him like an unwanted younger sister.

    Varvara's perspective on the finale of Broken Homes.

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    18 Jun 2017

    Bookmarker's Notes

    I head-canon this so hard

  2. Rec 7

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    An epilogue of sorts for Foxglove Summer.
    Beverley Brook gets an unexpected visitor.

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    8 Mar 2017

    Bookmarker's Notes

    Perfect missing scene

  3. Rec 17

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    It would have been enough.

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    5 Mar 2017

    Bookmarker's Notes

    to read again in a month or so

  4. Rec 9

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    Peter's second Christmas gift for Nightingale.

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    21 Jan 2017

    Bookmarker's Notes

    Perfect, and now headcanon.

  5. Rec *

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    Fifteen years after a headless body was discovered in Covent Garden, Thomas Nightingale is still the last wizard in Britain, and Peter Grant, newly appointed Commander for Community Engagement in the Metropolitan Police Service, has just learned the truth about the existence of the Folly.

    He has one or two questions.

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    25 Sep 2016

    Bookmarker's Notes

    Just astonishingly good. I will want to read this again.