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Sherlock Recs


A Walk in the Snow by sffan
Summary: John and Sherlock walk home in the snow
(A sweet quiet little moment, could be barely Squinty if you're determined.)

Nightmares by yalublyutebya
Summary: It's John's first night at Baker Street (set directly after A Study in Pink) and he's having the same nightmare as usual.
(Quite a real-feeling moment for both the characters. Moment of pre-Squint in it, very brief.)


Green Improbable Fields by parachute_silks
Prompt: 'Sherlock realises quite quickly that friendship is more important than romantic love; it takes John somewhat longer'.
(I can't think of anywhere to put this but Squint. This is one of those fics that to my mind, can't be labelled. It rolls through friendship, discussions of M/M sexuality, definitions of love, and in the end to me is a warm, loving, non-sexual Gen friendship that was there all along. Opinions will vary on this one.)

*Squint = If you look at it one way, it's plain Gen, if you squint, you might see slash or pre-slash.


I Meet You There, and We Go and its epilogue The Half-Open Window by irisbleufic
Summary: Sherlock doesn't believe in second chances, but a last one will suffice.
Warning: Character Deaths and aftermath.
(PG - Sherlock/John implications. Will shred your soul, unrelentingly and unapologetically, at least five times over. Very much not exaggerating on that.)


Eye Opener by trekkinthestars
Summary: John has a dream which changes the way he views his and Sherlock's relationship.
(PG13 - Established Sherlock/John. Men kissing and cuddling, mildly suggestive. This is a wonderful meta-as-fic on the differences in cultural attitudes towards homosexuality between Victorian times and 2010.)

If you've seen something amazing that you think more people in the Sherlock fandom should have the chance to enjoy, please rec it at the main Sunday Recday post at sherlockbbc.

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tehomet From: tehomet Date: February 1st, 2011 11:04 pm (UTC) (Link)
Thanks for these recs, you fabulous creature. Loved 'em all, especially Eye-Opener, which is so clever!
caffienekitty From: caffienekitty Date: February 2nd, 2011 03:54 am (UTC) (Link)
I really love Eye-Opener because it says what it does without being soap-boxy about it.
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