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A lighthouse, a storm, a telephone, an empty island. And a fantastic tale from a mysterious stranger to tie all of it together. What better way to spend your last moments of existence?
Stay away from the white flowers, Dutch had been very insistent about that. He'd told Rook someone could lose their mind to them, and would happily walk off a cliff if Faith asked them to.
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09 Jul 2014
In which Bucky is the new kid, Steve is the square who takes him in, Tony and Pepper fight over valedictorian a year in advance, Thor remains a golden god, Loki remains a drama queen, Natasha commits an act of vigilante justice, Clint somehow fails to make a your mom joke, Darcy is a Satanist, Jane is a goth, Sif is fine thank you very much, Sam climbs a tree, Peggy says no, Rumlow is a bully, and Mrs. Rogers, Mr. Coulson, and Ms. Hill are all very long-suffering.
Or: the story of the year Bucky Barnes finally learned how to talk to at least one other human being, discovered J. D. Salinger, started to try in school (kind of), got a haircut, landed a punch, almost got arrested, and kissed a boy on the mouth.
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19 Jul 2014
The best High School AU that I've ever read. Even Steve Rogers is believable as a somewhat smelly, gangly, awkward, oblivious teenage boy.
ETA: that before my kid went to high school, she's graduated now. This story is so true and funny that I laughed until I cried. Sarah Rogers A++ parenting