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I See YouChapter 7: A FavorI See You by SteadyLittleSoldier
“What?! Why would I mention you?” John spat in surprise.
And Sherlock just lost count of how many times he had rolled his eyes because of this man. Sherlock had just started to give John the instructions, and before he could even finish his first sentence, John interrupted.
“Does that mean you’re gonna send me there alone?” John asked abruptly.
“Will you just listen to me properly first?” Sherlock snapped.
“Okay, go on then.”
“So you’re going to go in there and ask for the detective inspector who is in charge there; his name is Lestrade. And you will mention my name; tell him that I've sent you. After that you’ll do exactly as I instruct you.”
John stared at him with his mouth slightly open. “And it’s the favor that you were talking about?”
“I don’t understand.”
“You don’t have to. Just do as I ask.
I See YouChapter 5: Come Along, Dr. WatsonI See You by SteadyLittleSoldier
A week or so had passed since John’s peculiar encounter with his flat-mate, and John had seen little of Sherlock after that; he could only be seen pacing soundlessly in the living room or lingering in the kitchen, or just crouching on his chair by the fire-place. And in all those encounters, John had never seen him out of that coat and scarf. But most of the time John would go to the living room and find it empty, for which he was always thankful.
To ignore bumping into Sherlock Holmes at all John had his meals out mostly, and spent most of his time out, looking for a flat sometimes. But when his paining leg could not carry him anymore, he had to retire to the flat, praying Sherlock was out. Almost every time his wish was granted. And when it was not, Sherlock would make it easy by not noticing him at all. It sometimes seemed to John that Sherlock didn't see that he was even there. John wondered if his presence bothered him at all; so Sher
When The Improbable Is True, Chapter 9Chapter 9: Meeting MoriartyWhen The Improbable Is True, Chapter 9 by DragonHaven42
Things were tense at 221b. Sherlock wanted to continue discussing the practicality of John changing him, but the vampire was always quick to change the subject. They were watching a movie when the argument began again. To John’s relief Sherlock’s phone rang a few minutes in with a call from Lestrade asking them to come to a crime scene.
Lestrade was leading them through the halls of an apartment building talking to John, “I think some of the cases I could not get Sherlock to look at were linked. The abduction cases and some of the murders.”
“I did look at them and they weren’t.” the detective interrupted, “The victims were of different ages, races, religion, and social class. There were no connections.”
“None you would recognize.” Lestrade said as they reached an apartment roped off by police tape
John was hit by the stench of goat before he walked through the door, and it was so strong he was
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My clever idiot part 8 [teenlock X reader]My clever idiot part 8 [teenlock X reader] by CrimsonRomancex
'The roaring cheers of the crowd were deafening, making the ground bellow high stiletto heels jut and writhe like a wounded animal. Off in the distance you could hear the rhythmic pounding of a gigantic drum over the ruckus audience;
Boom, Boom, Boom.'
How does the writer create a menacing atmosphere in the opening paragraph?
What. The. Fuck?
Throwing you're pen down, you let out a low, frustrated grown. How was anyone meant to answer these questions?
You let your eyes rake over the other questions, listed on the yellow sheet in front of you.
'The water below did not shimmer or gleam nor even seem to move in the light of the midday sun. It was dull, stagnate. The indigo colour lacking in some of it former luster.'
How does the writer show his feeling of impending doom through his description of the pool water?
... Impending doom? Where the hell had impending doom come from? For crying out loud she was describing water!
"How the hell is anyone meant to get this?" You asked under your br
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