An Ordinary Meeting by aragonite (PG)

  • Sep. 6th, 2015 at 1:02 AM
Title: An Ordinary Meeting
Fandom: Sherlock Holmes
Pairing: Gen
Categories/Genres: Slice of Life, Friendship, Humor, Action/Adventure
Length: Long ( 27,235 words)
Warnings: N/A

Author on LJ: N/A
Author Website: aragonite

Summary:

Lestrade meets the man mad enough to room with Sherlock Holmes.

Review:

If you like Sherlock Holmes in literally any of its incarnations, you need to read this. Period. My favorite chapter is Honey and Onions, Both because of the sheer unbelievable hilarity and also the way in which aragonite has Lestrade and Watson recount their story. It's messy and haphazard and incredibly improbable, and yet aragonite shows in The Art of Reports that it's completely true, if heavily abridged. If you need more convincing, I leave you with this delightful snippet:

"It is illegal to perform obstruction in highways, bridges or rivers!" Lestrade paused again to spit filthy water out from the middle of his diatribe. If you feel the need to perform such an activity, you must first file for a permit at your public Police-station!"

For some unfathomable reason, it worked. The steersman blanched; he hurriedly stuffed his revolver into his coat and used both hands to wrench the cabin back to align with the current...


An Ordinary Meeting
Title : These Things Were Promises
Fandom: Sherlock Holmes (Ritchie!verse)
Pairing: Holmes/Watson
Categories: Amnesia, Hurt/Comfort, Angst, Drama
Length: Epic (53,244 words)
Warnings: Addiction, Mental Health Issues

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] paperclipbitch
Author Website: faviconpaperclipbitch


Summary:
Watson has had to take a brutal course in being honest with himself so nothing Holmes says will ever be a surprise.

Review:
One of the better Ritchieverse Holmes/Watson stories out there, this story has the characterization down perfectly. Holmes' cocaine addiction and Watson's gambling problem are not glossed over as they are in the movies, which makes for quite a bit of angst and drama. The details in the story give it depth and help set a lovely pace so the story doesn't seem rushed. The perfect balance of angst and humor keep the story from becoming overly dark.



These Things Were Promises
Title : These Things Were Promises
Fandom: Sherlock Holmes (Ritchie!verse)
Pairing: Holmes/Watson
Categories: Amnesia, Hurt/Comfort, Angst, Drama
Length: Epic (53,244 words)
Warnings: Addiction, Mental Health Issues

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] paperclipbitch
Author Website: faviconpaperclipbitch


Summary:
Watson has had to take a brutal course in being honest with himself so nothing Holmes says will ever be a surprise.

Review:
One of the better Ritchieverse Holmes/Watson stories out there, this story has the characterization down perfectly. Holmes' cocaine addiction and Watson's gambling problem are not glossed over as they are in the movies, which makes for quite a bit of angst and drama. The details in the story give it depth and help set a lovely pace so the story doesn't seem rushed. The perfect balance of angst and humor keep the story from becoming overly dark.



These Things Were Promises

Intemperance by Basingstroke (PG-13)

  • May. 18th, 2012 at 8:10 AM
Title: Intemperance
Fandom: Sherlock Holmes
Pairing: John Watson/Mary Morstan; past Sherlock/OCs
Categories: AU, Friendship, Mpreg, Transgender
Length: Medium (17,800)
Warnings: Mpreg sort of;

Author on DW: basingstoke
Website: Basingstroke's Ao3

Summary: "Intemperance," a story from the secret journals of Doctor John H. Watson, intimate friend and long-time companion of the infamous Sherlock Holmes: A most curious and instructive report of the great man's improbable fecundation, gestation, and parturition.

Review: This fic starts out after Holmes discovers that he's become pregnant and can't bring himself to do anything but carry it to term. So he turns to the only Doctor he can trust with such a delicate matter. What follows is a story in which Dr. Watson gets an education, Mary is BAMF, and Holmes can't help but be a detective even when bedridden.

This fic deals a lot with matters of sodomy and being transgender during Victorian times. I can't say how accurate it is since I don't know much about that time period, but the narrative is believable and very true to the characters despite the differences in their lives from canon.

I was particularly impressed by how kept the language more Victorian in nature without bogging the story down with style.

Intemperance

Intemperance by Basingstroke (PG-13)

  • May. 18th, 2012 at 8:10 AM
Title: Intemperance
Fandom: Sherlock Holmes
Pairing: John Watson/Mary Morstan; past Sherlock/OCs
Categories: AU, Friendship, Mpreg, Transgender
Length: Medium (17,800)
Warnings: Mpreg sort of;

Author on DW: basingstoke
Website: Basingstroke's Ao3

Summary: "Intemperance," a story from the secret journals of Doctor John H. Watson, intimate friend and long-time companion of the infamous Sherlock Holmes: A most curious and instructive report of the great man's improbable fecundation, gestation, and parturition.

Review: This fic starts out after Holmes discovers that he's become pregnant and can't bring himself to do anything but carry it to term. So he turns to the only Doctor he can trust with such a delicate matter. What follows is a story in which Dr. Watson gets an education, Mary is BAMF, and Holmes can't help but be a detective even when bedridden.

This fic deals a lot with matters of sodomy and being transgender during Victorian times. I can't say how accurate it is since I don't know much about that time period, but the narrative is believable and very true to the characters despite the differences in their lives from canon.

I was particularly impressed by how kept the language more Victorian in nature without bogging the story down with style.

Intemperance

Intemperance by Basingstroke (PG-13)

  • May. 18th, 2012 at 8:10 AM
Title: Intemperance
Fandom: Sherlock Holmes
Pairing: John Watson/Mary Morstan; past Sherlock/OCs
Categories: AU, Friendship, Mpreg, Transgender
Length: Medium (17,800)
Warnings: Mpreg sort of;

Author on DW: basingstoke
Website: Basingstroke's Ao3

Summary: "Intemperance," a story from the secret journals of Doctor John H. Watson, intimate friend and long-time companion of the infamous Sherlock Holmes: A most curious and instructive report of the great man's improbable fecundation, gestation, and parturition.

Review: This fic starts out after Holmes discovers that he's become pregnant and can't bring himself to do anything but carry it to term. So he turns to the only Doctor he can trust with such a delicate matter. What follows is a story in which Dr. Watson gets an education, Mary is BAMF, and Holmes can't help but be a detective even when bedridden.

This fic deals a lot with matters of sodomy and being transgender during Victorian times. I can't say how accurate it is since I don't know much about that time period, but the narrative is believable and very true to the characters despite the differences in their lives from canon.

I was particularly impressed by how kept the language more Victorian in nature without bogging the story down with style.

Intemperance

Intemperance by Basingstroke (PG-13)

  • May. 18th, 2012 at 8:10 AM
Title: Intemperance
Fandom: Sherlock Holmes
Pairing: John Watson/Mary Morstan; past Sherlock/OCs
Categories: AU, Friendship, Mpreg, Transgender
Length: Medium (17,800)
Warnings: Mpreg sort of;

Author on DW: basingstoke
Website: Basingstroke's Ao3

Summary: "Intemperance," a story from the secret journals of Doctor John H. Watson, intimate friend and long-time companion of the infamous Sherlock Holmes: A most curious and instructive report of the great man's improbable fecundation, gestation, and parturition.

Review: This fic starts out after Holmes discovers that he's become pregnant and can't bring himself to do anything but carry it to term. So he turns to the only Doctor he can trust with such a delicate matter. What follows is a story in which Dr. Watson gets an education, Mary is BAMF, and Holmes can't help but be a detective even when bedridden.

This fic deals a lot with matters of sodomy and being transgender during Victorian times. I can't say how accurate it is since I don't know much about that time period, but the narrative is believable and very true to the characters despite the differences in their lives from canon.

I was particularly impressed by how kept the language more Victorian in nature without bogging the story down with style.

Intemperance

Intemperance by Basingstroke (PG-13)

  • May. 18th, 2012 at 8:10 AM
Title: Intemperance
Fandom: Sherlock Holmes
Pairing: John Watson/Mary Morstan; past Sherlock/OCs
Categories: AU, Friendship, Mpreg, Transgender
Length: Medium (17,800)
Warnings: Mpreg sort of;

Author on DW: basingstoke
Website: Basingstroke's Ao3

Summary: "Intemperance," a story from the secret journals of Doctor John H. Watson, intimate friend and long-time companion of the infamous Sherlock Holmes: A most curious and instructive report of the great man's improbable fecundation, gestation, and parturition.

Review: This fic starts out after Holmes discovers that he's become pregnant and can't bring himself to do anything but carry it to term. So he turns to the only Doctor he can trust with such a delicate matter. What follows is a story in which Dr. Watson gets an education, Mary is BAMF, and Holmes can't help but be a detective even when bedridden.

This fic deals a lot with matters of sodomy and being transgender during Victorian times. I can't say how accurate it is since I don't know much about that time period, but the narrative is believable and very true to the characters despite the differences in their lives from canon.

I was particularly impressed by how kept the language more Victorian in nature without bogging the story down with style.

Intemperance

Sanguine Analysis by Ryuuza Kochou (PG-13)

  • Mar. 18th, 2012 at 1:03 AM
I'm one hour late to my Saturday slot. Sorry, RL was a bit crazy but I almost managed to be on time.


Title: Sanguine Analysis
Fandom: Sherlock Holmes
Pairing: n/a
Categories: au, action, drama, h/c
Length: epic (52.346)
Warnings: violence

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] ryuuzakochou
Author Website: AO3 Account

Summary: A Modern AU rewrite homage to 'A Study in Scarlet'

Review:
Ryuuza wrote this modern take on 'A Study in Scarlet' before the BBC TV series was broadcasted. This is another interesting take on how the original Sherlock Holmes story might have panned out in a modern setting.

I love Ryuuza's style of writing and her story telling. Her prefered Sherlock Holmes fandom is the Guy Ritchie verse in which she wrote the incredible Observations on Sentinels and Guides in Victorian London. Sanguine Analysis once more shows her skill with story telling and character building.

It's quite interesting to see what someone else than Moffat and Gattiss imagined a modern Sherlock Holmes would be like.

Sanguine Analysis

Sanguine Analysis by Ryuuza Kochou (PG-13)

  • Mar. 18th, 2012 at 1:03 AM
I'm one hour late to my Saturday slot. Sorry, RL was a bit crazy but I almost managed to be on time.


Title: Sanguine Analysis
Fandom: Sherlock Holmes
Pairing: n/a
Categories: au, action, drama, h/c
Length: epic (52.346)
Warnings: violence

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] ryuuzakochou
Author Website: AO3 Account

Summary: A Modern AU rewrite homage to 'A Study in Scarlet'

Review:
Ryuuza wrote this modern take on 'A Study in Scarlet' before the BBC TV series was broadcasted. This is another interesting take on how the original Sherlock Holmes story might have panned out in a modern setting.

I love Ryuuza's style of writing and her story telling. Her prefered Sherlock Holmes fandom is the Guy Ritchie verse in which she wrote the incredible Observations on Sentinels and Guides in Victorian London. Sanguine Analysis once more shows her skill with story telling and character building.

It's quite interesting to see what someone else than Moffat and Gattiss imagined a modern Sherlock Holmes would be like.

Sanguine Analysis

Sanguine Analysis by Ryuuza Kochou (PG-13)

  • Mar. 18th, 2012 at 1:03 AM
I'm one hour late to my Saturday slot. Sorry, RL was a bit crazy but I almost managed to be on time.


Title: Sanguine Analysis
Fandom: Sherlock Holmes
Pairing: n/a
Categories: au, action, drama, h/c
Length: epic (52.346)
Warnings: violence

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] ryuuzakochou
Author Website: AO3 Account

Summary: A Modern AU rewrite homage to 'A Study in Scarlet'

Review:
Ryuuza wrote this modern take on 'A Study in Scarlet' before the BBC TV series was broadcasted. This is another interesting take on how the original Sherlock Holmes story might have panned out in a modern setting.

I love Ryuuza's style of writing and her story telling. Her prefered Sherlock Holmes fandom is the Guy Ritchie verse in which she wrote the incredible Observations on Sentinels and Guides in Victorian London. Sanguine Analysis once more shows her skill with story telling and character building.

It's quite interesting to see what someone else than Moffat and Gattiss imagined a modern Sherlock Holmes would be like.

Sanguine Analysis

Sanguine Analysis by Ryuuza Kochou (PG-13)

  • Mar. 18th, 2012 at 1:03 AM
I'm one hour late to my Saturday slot. Sorry, RL was a bit crazy but I almost managed to be on time.


Title: Sanguine Analysis
Fandom: Sherlock Holmes
Pairing: n/a
Categories: au, action, drama, h/c
Length: epic (52.346)
Warnings: violence

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] ryuuzakochou
Author Website: AO3 Account

Summary: A Modern AU rewrite homage to 'A Study in Scarlet'

Review:
Ryuuza wrote this modern take on 'A Study in Scarlet' before the BBC TV series was broadcasted. This is another interesting take on how the original Sherlock Holmes story might have panned out in a modern setting.

I love Ryuuza's style of writing and her story telling. Her prefered Sherlock Holmes fandom is the Guy Ritchie verse in which she wrote the incredible Observations on Sentinels and Guides in Victorian London. Sanguine Analysis once more shows her skill with story telling and character building.

It's quite interesting to see what someone else than Moffat and Gattiss imagined a modern Sherlock Holmes would be like.

Sanguine Analysis

Sanguine Analysis by Ryuuza Kochou (PG-13)

  • Mar. 18th, 2012 at 1:03 AM
I'm one hour late to my Saturday slot. Sorry, RL was a bit crazy but I almost managed to be on time.


Title: Sanguine Analysis
Fandom: Sherlock Holmes
Pairing: n/a
Categories: au, action, drama, h/c
Length: epic (52.346)
Warnings: violence

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] ryuuzakochou
Author Website: AO3 Account

Summary: A Modern AU rewrite homage to 'A Study in Scarlet'

Review:
Ryuuza wrote this modern take on 'A Study in Scarlet' before the BBC TV series was broadcasted. This is another interesting take on how the original Sherlock Holmes story might have panned out in a modern setting.

I love Ryuuza's style of writing and her story telling. Her prefered Sherlock Holmes fandom is the Guy Ritchie verse in which she wrote the incredible Observations on Sentinels and Guides in Victorian London. Sanguine Analysis once more shows her skill with story telling and character building.

It's quite interesting to see what someone else than Moffat and Gattiss imagined a modern Sherlock Holmes would be like.

Sanguine Analysis

Sanguine Analysis by Ryuuza Kochou (PG-13)

  • Mar. 18th, 2012 at 1:03 AM
I'm one hour late to my Saturday slot. Sorry, RL was a bit crazy but I almost managed to be on time.


Title: Sanguine Analysis
Fandom: Sherlock Holmes
Pairing: n/a
Categories: au, action, drama, h/c
Length: epic (52.346)
Warnings: violence

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] ryuuzakochou
Author Website: AO3 Account

Summary: A Modern AU rewrite homage to 'A Study in Scarlet'

Review:
Ryuuza wrote this modern take on 'A Study in Scarlet' before the BBC TV series was broadcasted. This is another interesting take on how the original Sherlock Holmes story might have panned out in a modern setting.

I love Ryuuza's style of writing and her story telling. Her prefered Sherlock Holmes fandom is the Guy Ritchie verse in which she wrote the incredible Observations on Sentinels and Guides in Victorian London. Sanguine Analysis once more shows her skill with story telling and character building.

It's quite interesting to see what someone else than Moffat and Gattiss imagined a modern Sherlock Holmes would be like.

Sanguine Analysis
Title: Observations on Sentinels and Guides in Victorian London by RyuuzaKochou
Fandom: Sherlock Holmes, The Sentinel
Pairing: Sherlock Holmes/John Watson
Categories: AU, Angst, Crossover/Fusion, Drama, Hurt/Comfort, Romance
Length: Epic (80,000+)
Warnings: drug use and violence, mostly.

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] ryuuzakochou
Author Website: n/a

Author’s Summary: A Victorian era AU where Sentinels and Guides are members of everyday society. Starring Sentinel!Holmes and Guide!Watson.

Review:
Sentinel Sherlock Holmes has finally found his Guide. Unfortunately, where Holmes and Watson are involved, things are never quite that simple.

This is one of those fics that I wish never ended and I don’t say that lightly. Brilliantly clever, it’s more of a fusion than a crossover, with the author taking the general idea of Sentinels and Guides, and weaving it into something uniquely its own. Even with the familiar backdrop of London and Baker Street, I still found myself wanting to know more about this world and its characters, fascinated by the differences and thrilled with the invariables.

This includes Sentinel Holmes and Guide Watson, whose relationship is, quite literally, put in jeopardy from the moment the story begins to (almost) the very end. This, might I add, only adds to the sheer satisfaction the ending brings, even if the ending leaves you wanting to read it all over again. All in all, if you’re a fan of Holmes or just want to see what a Sentinel Holmes would look like, I definitely recommend giving this one a try.

Observations on Sentinels and Guides in Victorian London
Title: Observations on Sentinels and Guides in Victorian London by RyuuzaKochou
Fandom: Sherlock Holmes, The Sentinel
Pairing: Sherlock Holmes/John Watson
Categories: AU, Angst, Crossover/Fusion, Drama, Hurt/Comfort, Romance
Length: Epic (80,000+)
Warnings: drug use and violence, mostly.

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] ryuuzakochou
Author Website: n/a

Author’s Summary: A Victorian era AU where Sentinels and Guides are members of everyday society. Starring Sentinel!Holmes and Guide!Watson.

Review:
Sentinel Sherlock Holmes has finally found his Guide. Unfortunately, where Holmes and Watson are involved, things are never quite that simple.

This is one of those fics that I wish never ended and I don’t say that lightly. Brilliantly clever, it’s more of a fusion than a crossover, with the author taking the general idea of Sentinels and Guides, and weaving it into something uniquely its own. Even with the familiar backdrop of London and Baker Street, I still found myself wanting to know more about this world and its characters, fascinated by the differences and thrilled with the invariables.

This includes Sentinel Holmes and Guide Watson, whose relationship is, quite literally, put in jeopardy from the moment the story begins to (almost) the very end. This, might I add, only adds to the sheer satisfaction the ending brings, even if the ending leaves you wanting to read it all over again. All in all, if you’re a fan of Holmes or just want to see what a Sentinel Holmes would look like, I definitely recommend giving this one a try.

Observations on Sentinels and Guides in Victorian London
Title: Observations on Sentinels and Guides in Victorian London by RyuuzaKochou
Fandom: Sherlock Holmes, The Sentinel
Pairing: Sherlock Holmes/John Watson
Categories: AU, Angst, Crossover/Fusion, Drama, Hurt/Comfort, Romance
Length: Epic (80,000+)
Warnings: drug use and violence, mostly.

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] ryuuzakochou
Author Website: n/a

Author’s Summary: A Victorian era AU where Sentinels and Guides are members of everyday society. Starring Sentinel!Holmes and Guide!Watson.

Review:
Sentinel Sherlock Holmes has finally found his Guide. Unfortunately, where Holmes and Watson are involved, things are never quite that simple.

This is one of those fics that I wish never ended and I don’t say that lightly. Brilliantly clever, it’s more of a fusion than a crossover, with the author taking the general idea of Sentinels and Guides, and weaving it into something uniquely its own. Even with the familiar backdrop of London and Baker Street, I still found myself wanting to know more about this world and its characters, fascinated by the differences and thrilled with the invariables.

This includes Sentinel Holmes and Guide Watson, whose relationship is, quite literally, put in jeopardy from the moment the story begins to (almost) the very end. This, might I add, only adds to the sheer satisfaction the ending brings, even if the ending leaves you wanting to read it all over again. All in all, if you’re a fan of Holmes or just want to see what a Sentinel Holmes would look like, I definitely recommend giving this one a try.

Observations on Sentinels and Guides in Victorian London
Title: Observations on Sentinels and Guides in Victorian London by RyuuzaKochou
Fandom: Sherlock Holmes, The Sentinel
Pairing: Sherlock Holmes/John Watson
Categories: AU, Angst, Crossover/Fusion, Drama, Hurt/Comfort, Romance
Length: Epic (80,000+)
Warnings: drug use and violence, mostly.

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] ryuuzakochou
Author Website: n/a

Author’s Summary: A Victorian era AU where Sentinels and Guides are members of everyday society. Starring Sentinel!Holmes and Guide!Watson.

Review:
Sentinel Sherlock Holmes has finally found his Guide. Unfortunately, where Holmes and Watson are involved, things are never quite that simple.

This is one of those fics that I wish never ended and I don’t say that lightly. Brilliantly clever, it’s more of a fusion than a crossover, with the author taking the general idea of Sentinels and Guides, and weaving it into something uniquely its own. Even with the familiar backdrop of London and Baker Street, I still found myself wanting to know more about this world and its characters, fascinated by the differences and thrilled with the invariables.

This includes Sentinel Holmes and Guide Watson, whose relationship is, quite literally, put in jeopardy from the moment the story begins to (almost) the very end. This, might I add, only adds to the sheer satisfaction the ending brings, even if the ending leaves you wanting to read it all over again. All in all, if you’re a fan of Holmes or just want to see what a Sentinel Holmes would look like, I definitely recommend giving this one a try.

Observations on Sentinels and Guides in Victorian London
Title: Observations on Sentinels and Guides in Victorian London by RyuuzaKochou
Fandom: Sherlock Holmes, The Sentinel
Pairing: Sherlock Holmes/John Watson
Categories: AU, Angst, Crossover/Fusion, Drama, Hurt/Comfort, Romance
Length: Epic (80,000+)
Warnings: drug use and violence, mostly.

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] ryuuzakochou
Author Website: n/a

Author’s Summary: A Victorian era AU where Sentinels and Guides are members of everyday society. Starring Sentinel!Holmes and Guide!Watson.

Review:
Sentinel Sherlock Holmes has finally found his Guide. Unfortunately, where Holmes and Watson are involved, things are never quite that simple.

This is one of those fics that I wish never ended and I don’t say that lightly. Brilliantly clever, it’s more of a fusion than a crossover, with the author taking the general idea of Sentinels and Guides, and weaving it into something uniquely its own. Even with the familiar backdrop of London and Baker Street, I still found myself wanting to know more about this world and its characters, fascinated by the differences and thrilled with the invariables.

This includes Sentinel Holmes and Guide Watson, whose relationship is, quite literally, put in jeopardy from the moment the story begins to (almost) the very end. This, might I add, only adds to the sheer satisfaction the ending brings, even if the ending leaves you wanting to read it all over again. All in all, if you’re a fan of Holmes or just want to see what a Sentinel Holmes would look like, I definitely recommend giving this one a try.

Observations on Sentinels and Guides in Victorian London
Title: Observations on Sentinels and Guides in Victorian London by RyuuzaKochou
Fandom: Sherlock Holmes, The Sentinel
Pairing: Sherlock Holmes/John Watson
Categories: AU, Angst, Crossover/Fusion, Drama, Hurt/Comfort, Romance
Length: Epic (80,000+)
Warnings: drug use and violence, mostly.

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] ryuuzakochou
Author Website: n/a

Author’s Summary: A Victorian era AU where Sentinels and Guides are members of everyday society. Starring Sentinel!Holmes and Guide!Watson.

Review:
Sentinel Sherlock Holmes has finally found his Guide. Unfortunately, where Holmes and Watson are involved, things are never quite that simple.

This is one of those fics that I wish never ended and I don’t say that lightly. Brilliantly clever, it’s more of a fusion than a crossover, with the author taking the general idea of Sentinels and Guides, and weaving it into something uniquely its own. Even with the familiar backdrop of London and Baker Street, I still found myself wanting to know more about this world and its characters, fascinated by the differences and thrilled with the invariables.

This includes Sentinel Holmes and Guide Watson, whose relationship is, quite literally, put in jeopardy from the moment the story begins to (almost) the very end. This, might I add, only adds to the sheer satisfaction the ending brings, even if the ending leaves you wanting to read it all over again. All in all, if you’re a fan of Holmes or just want to see what a Sentinel Holmes would look like, I definitely recommend giving this one a try.

Observations on Sentinels and Guides in Victorian London

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