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    Sebastian Moran is a rebel without a cause (literally - pro patria mori is a pile of shite). Jim Moriarty is an evil genius in need of a right hand (not literally - he’s already got one of those in the freezer). It's a relationship meant to be.

    AKA The Life And Times of Sebastian Moran, Bastard Extraordinaire. Spanning seven years and three continents, containing 496 uses of the word "fuck", multiple murders, several criminal acts, a couple of explosions, a large amount of violence and sex (often combined), an utter disregard of rules and morals, and somewhere in the middle of this something that almost looks like a happy and loving relationship.

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    02 Dec 2015

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    Gateway to hell, if we're being honest.

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    Everything London Can Do To You by Postcardmystery

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    02 Dec 2015

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    London is just a city, another city that he could own or burn, or neither, because London is only the centre of the world because it thinks it is, only bankers and politicians and poets think that London is built on anything other than clay and blood and all the things it will never be, and he’d decided on burn, because history is meaningless and the people in it, too, and his finger had been poised to light the match, (make the phone call), but then there’d been a man, but, wait, that’s not true, there’d been three men, and him, who were really two, who were really one, an endless reflection, refraction, the glass broken and glittering, dark hair and dirty blond, guns and minds, and, well, more than a little mad, and he’d flipped that coin, chosen own, bought Seb a new rifle, dug his claws in, settled down.

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    02 Dec 2015

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    When Personality Is Scar Tissue by Postcardmystery

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    02 Dec 2015

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    [Sequel to Everything London Can Do To You]
    He killed a tiger, once, not with his rifle, the way everyone assumes, but with a long, broad, knife, sweat pooling in the dips of his collarbone, crouched in endless green, waiting, and its hot blood covered him from top to toe, sticky, when he plunged the knife up, the carotid slit and it was a goner, and it was only its paw he took, (well, and perhaps a few teeth), the head too heavy, even reeking in the stench of his victory, his clothes stiff with gore, so he dragged it back to the village, raised it high, cheered, guttural; so, yes, he knows the poem well, tyger, tyger, and he hunted tigers, once, but those fires aren’t forgotten, because he looks in Jim’s eyes, knows a predator when he sees one, and now he dreams of tigers, hunts a city, is the knife.

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    02 Dec 2015

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    There was definitely something wrong with her. Normal people didn't have semi-regular sex with known criminals. And even the kind of people who did have said semi-regular sex didn't alternate it with evenings curled up on the sofa watching Downton Abbey.

    A story of ethics, societal expectations, self-determination and moral relativism. Oh, and kinky threeway sex.

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    “Why do we do it, hm?” he asked, consonants slurring.

    “Do what?” Molly asked, staring at the reflections in her glass. She couldn’t remember the last time she’d been drunk like this.

    “Put up with him. Jim. I mean, apart from the sex.”

    “The sex’s a pretty good reason, though,” Molly said before she could censor herself. But Sebastian only laughed.

    “Yeah, alright, but it’s got it disav- dista- bad points as well.”

    She nodded, seriously, and then she sat up and grabbed a notebook and a pen. She drew a shaky line down the middle. Sebastian leaned over and looked over her shoulder with interest.

    PROS OF HAVING SEX WITH JIM, she wrote above one column, and CONS OF HAVING SEX WITH JIM above the other.