2 Works in The Great Cock of the Darkling Wood
What comprises the beauty of all life? Why is Q so convinced he and El are great together? How exactly did Arielle get involved?
Catching feelings for your best friend is complicated.
In which Quentin and Eliot fumble toward ecstasy with a few minor setbacks along the way and end up raising a family together.
This belongs to the same verse (The Peaches Verse) as "It's Never Over" and is the headcanon from which that novel was written, but they're entirely independent.
- Part 1 of The Peaches Verse
Post-finale fix-it: Fillory Deeper & Harder, the S4 canon-compliant season 5 Queliot fans deserve.
In which Eliot's marginally less afraid of commitment, Quentin is less clueless than he used to be, & Margo is a sassy alpha bitch.
There's sex magicky shenanigans, a giant turtle, talking pegasi, and a plot to overthrow the Dark King and reclaim Fillory, all done Queliot-style.
Soon, all will be well in the world.
Note: This belongs to the same verse (The Peaches Verse) as "Sound & Color", but the two works are entirely independent.
- Part 2 of The Peaches Verse