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  1. Public Bookmark 91

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    “It’s uncomfortable to talk with you up there,” he says, in the brisk business tone he adopted from Michael. “Would you mind coming down, please?”

    There’s a long moment in which Aziraphale doesn’t receive any sort of answer, and his daring almost deserts him. And then a leg drops into view, and then another, and then a young man is swinging himself down from his perch to land with uncanny agility on the floor. Behind him falls wave after wave of what seems to be a black veil or train— except it’s too elastic and shiny to be either of those— and it’s only when the last curl has hit the tile that Aziraphale realizes it’s hair. 

    “What,” he says at length. 

    The boy is wearing a pair of round dark-tinted glasses, but his silence implies that he’s staring right back. 

    What?” Aziraphale manages to make it a question this time, his voice going slightly higher than normal. 


    Alternatively, the one where Aziraphale accidentally finds a hidden tower and a lost prince blessed by the night sky.

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    17 Jun 2021

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    Gorgeous little fairytale

  2. Public Bookmark 61

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    This wasn't Before. He wasn't the angel he had been. He was himself, an angel again.

    He'd been-- there wasn't a word for it, was there? Redeemed, or Forgiven, or Ascended. Something. There wasn't a word for it because it didn't happen.

    But here he was anyway.

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    04 Jun 2021

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    Love

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    For six thousand years, Aziraphale did his best to exist within the strictures of Heavenly conduct. It wasn’t a perfect practice; his relationship with Crowley, just for example, was never exactly what one might call “officially sanctioned,” or even, “particularly wise,” but the important thing was that Aziraphale tried. He wasn’t a very good angel, but he did his best, more or less. Wasn’t that all anyone could really ask of him?

    It doesn’t really feel fair, is the point, that in reward for saving the world, Aziraphale seems to be having something of an existential crisis.

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    26 Feb 2021

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    This writer is amazing. In which a and c discover they are not what they thought they were!

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    This remarkable letter of unknown provenance surfaced recently in the cuneiform collection of the University of West Wessex. Addressed to Azirapil from a Mr. “Crawly,” it appears to be begging for the other’s return to Ur from a western journey with another individual, Abiraham. The relationship between the two (brothers? business partners? friends?) is unknown.

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    24 Feb 2021

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    The scholarship! Sheesh!

  5. Public Bookmark 7

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    Young Lady Margaret de Audley has been abducted by a wicked knight, and finds her guardian angel is surprisingly serpentine and demonic.

    A coda to "The Demon Favourite" in which Crowley and Aziraphale try to pay their debt to the some of the humans whose lives they disrupted by rescuing Meg's daughter from a forced marriage.

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    28 Jan 2021

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    Great medieval story, well researched.