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THERE'S A BIRD ON MY HEAD.



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  1. Rec 32

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    Gods trapped and chained as half-mad wardogs. Gods that turn the tides of entire wars when they take the field -- closely guarded and hard to restrain, harder still to pull back. Release them, and the world's a different place than it could have been.

    But the gods have been fading and dying off because there's no worship left, not really. It's a shame; Tony's been interested in them, got that from Howard, but he's never going to meet one himself.

     

    He didn't think to look for one in the family basement.

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    15 Apr 2014

  2. Rec 89

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    The man in the booth before Darcy stares down at his pancakes with suspicion.

    A few days after Bucky discovers his true identity, Darcy encounters him in a diner 50 miles outside of D.C. having apparently transformed from a handsome long-dead war hero into a creepy, scruffy, pancake-hating serial killer. So of course she tries to help him.

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    14 Apr 2014

  3. Rec 18

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    The flightpath of Sam Wilson from Afghanistan to DC.

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    12 Apr 2014

  4. Public Bookmark 16

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    A glass cage and a rising temperature does not a happy Jotun make.

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    6 Apr 2014

  5. Rec 1

    N/A by mykingdomforapen (Lady Charity)

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    5 Apr 2014

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    Stop bollocking around, brother.

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    5 Apr 2014

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    It takes a little while to understand what you're reading – then the piece becomes very eerie, and poignant.

    A very, very original piece.

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