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    In which Molly Hooper gets a job, gets a degree, breaks a heart, has her heart broken, falls in love, keeps a secret, saves a life, runs a morgue, falls apart, pulls it together, and finds exactly what she didn't know she was looking for--not necessarily in that order.

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    Also an all time fave.

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    Отличный character study про Молли с любовью к персонажу, хорошим обоснуем, вниманием к деталям и ростом героини над собой, показанным мягко, не в лоб. Пейринг приятно отличается на фоне стандартных драмы-ангста: во-первых, большую часть фика это бротп, во-вторых, когда персонажи поняли, что намечается пейринг, они сели и поговорили как взрослые люди, без всякого британского юста, мол, сейчас не время, и проч. Одно из самых удачных в фике - взаимодействие Молли с Майкрофтом после Рейхенбаха:
    “Yes, god save us all from amateur details,” Molly says, and does roll her eyes this time. Mycroft looks genuinely unsettled, and she laughs, can’t help herself. “God, you’re really not used to this, are you? Go on, tell me, when’s the last time you were teased? Properly teased, I mean, not that fake sort that’s just high-class sucking up.”
    “Hmm,” Mycroft says. “Discounting communication from both John Watson and psychopathic megalomaniacs--which I always do, as a rule--I believe...yes, July, 1987. The evening ended rather badly for him, I’m afraid.”
    “You know, I think I might actually like you better than your brother,” Molly says.
    “You would not be the first. By quite a large margin, in fact.”

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