18 Sep 2018
Penguin Random House @penguinrandom
It’s alright, now! Why? Because All Might’s autobiography is here! “All Might: The Price and Principle of Peace” is now available!
[Image: The book cover: the title emblazoned over a photograph of All Might’s last triumph. Toshinori’s fist is held aloft, his tattered cape billowing out behind him. With the helicopter spotlights focused on him and the photograph’s exposure turned up high, he looks angelic.]
- Part 6 of see it all in bloom
Bookmarked by Vanmoriel
19 Sep 2018
When Connor gets traded to Detroit, he gets the chance he's always wanted to prove himself on the top line. He gets teammates he actually likes. He gets to be closer to home. It's a dream come true.
He might even get a boyfriend out of it, if he can figure out how one goes about asking their captain out on a date.
(Hockey Au, anyone?)
Bookmarked by Vanmoriel
17 Sep 2018
THERE'S HOCKEY HELL YEAH
'Smoke filled his chest and burned every spot it touched. It always did. From the moment he inhaled, be it a short hesitant puff from when he experienced both the horrid taste from high school school or the long drag that he would commonly take whenever he stood outside the station in the morning, it always burned. Day turned to night, rain fell from the sky, cigarettes burned. It was a fact and he could never get used to how it felt.
Perhaps that was the problem. He didn’t want to get used to it. He enjoyed the hot pain that would briefly engulf him. For moment inside him. There was peace. A painful peace where everything was okay whilst on fire at the same time.'
Connor stands on the edge of a roof in the freezing cold as he considers ending it all - his family come to the rescue.
If Hank had thought raising three young boys had been hard, he quickly realised raising three teenagers was harder. He had experience with kids to a degree, Cole mostly, but teenagers? He’d never even had contact with them unless he was arresting them. Which he had hoped he wouldn’t have that problem with them.
- Part 3 of Curious Case of Connor
Hank Anderson hates androids. It isn’t a secret either. Ask any of his friends from the Detroit Police Department, and they will tell you the same. He hates being around them, with all their fake perfection and pretentiousness. They are designed similar to humans to make it easier for them to integrate into the society, but it only makes Hank notice how different they are. They are like Barbie dolls—beautiful, but fake.
The android that lives across him is no exception.
Or, in which Connor is Hank's neighbor and he slowly changes the lieutenant's feelings about androids.
TW: physical abuse, mature language