Sherlock bbc edition
Titel: Sic Gorgiamus Allos Subjectatos Nunc
< Summary: “Sic gorgiamus allos subjectatos nunc. It’s the family motto.” “What does it mean?” “We gladly feast on those who would subdue us.” Series
8 points out of 10.
Titel: The Whore of Babylon Was a Perfectly Nice Girl
Summary: Sherlock walks into a room and takes all the space right out of it. He does the same inside John’s head.
7 points out of 10.
Titel: The Man No One Liked
Summary: In November of 1913, Doctor John Watson is invited to the country house of his distant relation, Lord Lestrade. He and the footman, Holmes, who has been assigned as his valet for the weekend, are instantly attracted to one another. But before the weekend is out, someone will be murdered, and Sherlock and John will have to race to sort through family secrets to find the killer.
7,5 points out of 10.
Titel: The Magic of Deduction
Summary: John Watson spends seven years at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, where he meets the boy who will become the greatest man he’ll ever know.
7 points out of 10.
Most of them are well known I believe, but I still want to put them somewhere, even if it’s just for me.
Title: What the Room Requires
Autor: Alydia Rackham
Summary: Hermione is the one who finds Draco weeping in the bathroom. He flees. She chases him into the Room of Requirement, and the room forces them to face their greatest fears together in order to find the door.
My thoughts: It’s an amazing story and I love the whole idea of it. The willow and the field visited me in my dreams and I love how she uses songs and poems to underline the atmosphere. My only problem lies in the last chapters they are a bit floppy.
7 points out of 10
Title: Phoenix Rising
Autor: Cheryl Dyson
Summary: Shortly after Dumbledore’s fall from the tower, Draco ponders his fate and begins to question the Dark Lord’s wishes. This is my version of Book 7 using JKR’s plotlines and ZERO original characters! Begins right after The HalfBlood Prince.
My thoughts: I read this fiction every spring because it just gives me all these feelings. It’s funny, witty, very emotional and holds some of my favourite lines in fanfiction ever. “I nearly died,” she said. “I realized there are some things I want to do before that happens. Most of them involve you… without clothing.”
9,5 points out of 10
Title: make me a match
Summary: Suffering from a hero complex, Harry believes it’s up to him to rescue Hermione from the horror of having to go with Malfoy to the Halloween Ball, despite the damsel’s protests otherwise.
My thoughts: I recommended Hanako before. That’s because the storys are freaking amazing. She captures the characters in a brilliant way. Go and read all her stuff!
8 points out of 10
Title: of crimson joy
Summary: “Life isn’t always black and white, Granger. There are just shades of grey,” Hermione learns about the price of forgiveness and trust when Draco Malfoy joins the Order, three years in to the war.
My thoughts: It’s been an awful long time I last read this fiction. It’s a tragic one but with a good ending like I love it. It holds many surprises, good and bad ones. It made me cry in a train and it made me lough in a park. (Yeah I remember things like that)
9 points out of 10
Title: The Fallout
Summary: Hermione learns about growing up through the redemption of Draco Malfoy.
My thoughts: The Fallout can’t be absent in any Harry Potter rec. list. Because it is the most amazing work there is. There are actually no words to describe the perfection of it. The Fallout is dark, very emotional, erotic, witty, sometimes funny, sad and the best fanfic you will ever read. (If you haven’t already read it) You can’t call yourself a professional fanfiction reader if you haven’t read it!
10+ points out of 10
Summary: Ten years after the fall of the Dark Lord, Hermione Granger leads of life of self-imposed obscurity, that is, until the day Headmistress Minerva McGonagall is murdered and a certain ‘hero’ is responsible.
My thoughts: This story is nothing for reader with weak nerves. It is very dark and also confusing. But extremely well told. I was impressed of the portrayal of Mr. and Mrs. Malfoy.
10 points out of 10
If you speak german (I don’t know why you should be able to do so but one can hope):
Title: most of the time, I believe
Summary: The streets of London are not safe anymore. A lunatic criminal collects muggle girls to perform experiments on them. Are the Auror Draco Malfoy and the forensic linguist Hermione Granger capable of leaving the past behind and working together.
My thoughts: If you speak german go and read it. It’s one of the best works (fanfiction) in the german language, and believe me I read them all before I started to watch doctor who and became good with english and stuff.
10 points out of 10
Title: An Avalanche of Detour Signs
Fandom: Sherlock (bbc)
Pairing: Molly Hooper/Greg Lestrade [Molly Hooper/Jim Moriarty, unrequited Molly Hooper/Sherlock Holmes]
Summary: In which Molly Hooper gets a job, gets a degree, breaks a heart, has her heart broken, falls in love, keeps a secret, saves a life, runs a morgue, falls apart, pulls it together, and finds exactly what she didn’t know she was looking for—not necessarily in that order.
My thoughts: The whole Sherlock-plot from Molly’s point of view. Sounds great and is actually amazing. I read it some time ago and I can still remember that I was shaking because of all the feelings. It’s very well written and a with some great ideas.
7 points out of 10
Titel: Agent Loki: International Man of Mayhem
Author: Alis Dee
Pairing: (some Jane/Loki and Sigyn/Loki)
Wordcount: 82,556 (not complete)
Summary: Post-Avengers ”What If…?” based on the question: What if, instead of sending the defeated Loki back to Asgard, S.H.I.E.L.D. had kept him instead?
My thoughts: At first the POV is a bit strange and it takes a bit time to fall in love with it, but I promise you will. She follows a great plot and her characters, their actions and development, are amazing. And there are some lovely OC’s like Jo (Maria Hills daughter) or Mrs. Chloe Culson. And an actual multi-faced Loki.
Extra credit for making me laugh (it’s not so easy) and for making me cry (okay that is not so hard). And for great first sentences like: ‘One of the earliest observations the xenosociologists made about you in your captivity was that you liked musicals.’
I like the way Alis uses the Icelandic language it’s kind of refreshing (I never used that word before) and I think it fits pretty good. All in all it is an lovely series, it’s full of wit and good placed jokes.
Alis Dee also has a tumblr.
10 points out of 10.
Title: A Game of Equals
Fandom: Doctor Who
Rating: mature. Warnings for sexual content and violence. character death.
Pairing(s): River/Eleventh Doctor; background Amy/Rory, Mickey/Martha. Nine/Rose UST.
Summary: AU. He’s a seasoned double-o with a penchant for deep blue aston martins and high-tech screwdrivers. She’s a former jewel thief imprisoned for a murder she says she didn’t commit. When she escapes from prison to help him track down the stolen crown jewels, they’ll find they have a lot more in common than expected.
Wordcount: 94k total.
My thoughts: I read it some time ago and I loved it. the plot is really good and the James Bond AU idea is just brilliant. When you read it you just think: this character could be great as…and then the character is it (okay I don’t think I get what I wanted to express myself). There is much angst and it’s not really funny. But a great and fast story full of action, friendship and bullets.
7 1/2 points out of 10.
Titel: Place Your Bets
Summary: Hermione’s pathetic lies have everyone wondering when she’ll come clean about her relationship with Draco Malfoy to her friends. A/U for HBP and DH.
My thoughts: I know most probably you all know her storys, I read them some time ago and I will recommend them anyway. I just love the way she writes and I think she captured the characters pretty well. Because her Harry is quite sarcastic (like the book one) and Ron is funny and clever in his own way. I’m a big Dramione fan and this story is silly and full of fluff but it is so funny I actually cried tears from laughing so hard. Go and read it!
8 points out of 10.
Titel: Fallen Star
Author: Alydia Rackham
Summary: All Loki wants is revenge-the Cube may be his key. But when he hides his identity to get info from Jane Foster, something inside him shifts. And when the Cube is stolen, Loki must choose between vengeance, and the woman he fears he can never have.
My thoughts: First I was like: well just give it a try, many people seem to like it. But then I was like: I don’t know what my feelings are doing - why am I crying - what have I done to deserve this emotionally breakdown.
It is well written and you’ll laugh and cry and scream and you’ll love it. I’m a bit against poems and stuff in the beginning of every chapter. But if you don’t like it there is the scroll option. It’s getting a bit cheesy and fast in the end but there is some awesome and good written action and great characters.
8 points out of 10.
Rating: M, for sex, death, and mature themes
Pairing: John/Sherlock, OFC/OFC
Warnings: Original characters; sex; off-screen death; mild, consenting somnophilia
Summary: Written for a prompt over on sherlockbbc_fic: There’s a case at a secondary school/University, some series of threats or string of bizarre murders that has the entire campus shaken. In the course of the investigation, Sherlock and John meet two students. One is well liked if not popular, athletic, intelligent without showing off, involved only because they were close to a victim or witnessed something important. The other is a loner with no regard for social norms, an insufferable genius, always in the chem lab, and involved because everyone, including teachers/professors, think they’re behind everything.
My thoughts: It’s not just pretty well written and a great story, it’s full of wit and a clever case. I didn’t know who the murder was and I kinda always know that.
9 points out of 10.