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For You the War Is Over by maybe77
Fandom: Inception (2010)
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06 Apr 2016
Historical AU. Eames is an RAF pilot shot down in German-occupied France during World War II; Arthur is the French resistance fighter who finds him. There is a happy ending.
Bookmarked by Peramia
06 Apr 2016
Wow but this is amazing. Eames is an RAF pilot in WWII who is shot down on a bombing run/reconnaissance in Nazi occupied France and is found by Arthur, who is a French Resistance member. Much of the story is about Eames' recovery from the injures he got in the plane crash. Arthur's story of how he, an American, ended up part of the French resistance is heartbreaking, as is what happens later during a mission.
The emotions in this story are so well done. The author paints a very realistic portrait of two gay lovers in occupied France during the forties. There is a scene in here, without giving too many details, in which both Arthur and Eames are desperate to reassure themselves that the other is there and alive, but can't because they are surrounded by people and in the 1940s being gay was a jailable offense. These two go through so much. I'm so glad the author promised a happy ending up front or I might have passed on this little gem. Considering the setting this could have destroyed my heart. The promise that everything would work out was especially a balm during a certain part of the story where I was biting my nails and sniffling back tears. Totally recommend this one.