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  1. Public Bookmark 92

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    Sherlock becomes the prime suspect in a homicide case, and recently unearthed memories of his childhood are complicating matters. It's up to John to track down answers — can he help Sherlock before it's too late?

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    28 Jul 2020

  2. Public Bookmark 2

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    A look into how Watson learned how to move on from his war memories, without losing what they had taught him

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    21 Jul 2020

  3. Public Bookmark 28

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    "Sometimes I don't talk for days on end. Would that bother you?"

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    17 Jul 2020

  4. Public Bookmark 18

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    -"The poor man who desires nothing owns the world."

     
    Santushti—a.k.a. contentment.

    A slice of life just after the events of Moksha. And a bridge between Moksha and its planned sequel. Set in the Moksha world. So it won’t make sense unless you read Moksha first. Enjoy :)

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    16 Jul 2020

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    Beautiful accompaniment to Moksha. I wish I had read this long before now!

  5. Public Bookmark 16

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    John just wants to go to sleep, and instead is woken up by a crying toddler. He learns that Sherlock is at his most honest only when he thinks that no one is watching.

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    25 Jun 2020

    Bookmarker's Notes

    Instantly a favorite. I'm a sucker for repentant John after his epic levels of douchebaggery in S4, and, as usual, this author nailed it.

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