don't, don't, don't let's start
“They recovered them.” A statement rather than a question.
“They did.” An apology rather than an answer.
Sly leans back into the chair, closing his eyes. He fights to keep panic from breaking loose.
“Well,” He says, opening his eyes and fixing a smile onto his face. “What’s the plan?”
A retelling of Sly 2 in which relationships and characters are studied, and some missing scenes filled in.
- Part 1 of don't, don't, don't let's start
(everything it seems I like's a little bit stronger, a little bit thicker, a little bit harmful for me)
Carmelita attempts to recuperate from months on the run, and begins the process of rebuilding her career. Unfortunately, things like her recently broadened life experiences, and Cooper leaving her notes that she can't bring herself to throw out, kind of get in the way.
(set after the first work in this series, (un)predictable. Reading not required, but recommended.)
- Part 2 of don't, don't, don't let's start
A single, traitorous thought: Would his father be proud?
(A retelling of Sly 3 in which relationships and characters are studied and missing scenes are filled in.)
- Part 3 of don't, don't, don't let's start