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    The political landscape is shifting, and espers are drawn into the public eye. A week before the world summit that will shape official policy on psychic powers, Kageyama Shigeo is pulled out of class by agents of the Japanese government. He does not return home.

    As the tide of public opinion turns, it will take everything Reigen has to keep his kids safe. And with Mob, time is not on their side.


    07 Oct 2019

  2. Rec 1

    Increments of Jerusalem ("An Incident and Jerusalem") by Anonymous

    Fandoms: Sherlock Holmes - Arthur Conan Doyle, Hetalia: Axis Powers

    This work isn't hosted on the Archive so this blurb might not be complete or accurate.

    04 Dec 2018


    There is a certain saying about feeling certain truths in one’s bones, and I am wont to believe there is measurable veracity to it, old wives’ tale as it may be. For as we sat by the fire one evening many years ago, my dear friend Sherlock Holmes warned me: “Life is infinitely stranger than anything which the mind of man could invent. We would not dare to conceive the things which are really mere commonplaces of existence.”
    I cannot imagine he had spoken thusly with any oddities such as those we were to encounter in mind, but when I recall the events of one cold November, I can still feel the chill of the early winter air in my very bones—the early winter air, and perhaps something more. At those times I think to myself that perhaps my good friend was more correct than even he knew.

    (The story was split between 2 threads, follow the link in the notes for parts 7-26.)


    04 Dec 2018

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    This piece was written anonymously in 2009 for a hetalia livejournal meme, and as far as I know, was unfortunately never de-anonized. The writer has such a nice way of capturing the language of the books...
    I thought this work deserves a place in the archives, it's definitely one of the best crossovers I've ever read in my life. I must say though, it's a lot more Holmes than Hetalia, which I think works really nicely with the story. It pretty much only took the concept of immortal representatives and ran with it. The mystery is not at all challenging if you know a bit of Hetalia, but it's stellarly written and honestly just feels legit. (Personally, it's the journey I'm more interested in.)

    The old livejournal format may be rather hard to navigate, but please give it a shot. It's a real gem, this one.

    Link to parts 7-26: