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  1. Rec 3

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    I close my eyes and drift in a dreamscape of tea and gunpowder and mint toothpaste.

    “I wish you’d tell me more about what’s bothering you, sweetheart,” John says. His chest rumbles when he speaks.

    I shake my head, not sure why I keep secrets, just that I have to. I kiss his shoulder in apology.

     

    Sherlock and John work through their relationship. Sherlock deals with an eating disorder, and several other secrets.

    Directly follows "My Sweet Sherlock"

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  3. Rec 45

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    Once Sherlock’s body had been his alone. He was free to treat it with great care or none at all; to live on cigarettes and coffee and cocaine and then sleep it all off for days on end. He was free to stay in and sleep alone or to go to clubs and choose someone to touch him, mark him with nails and teeth or to kiss him with sweetness and care, according to his whim. Every part of it had been his decision. No more. Now he was property of the Crown, tagged and marked like one of the King’s deer, to be bred like one of his horses.

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  4. Rec 8

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    Exposition
    /ɛkspəˈzɪʃ(ə)n/
    Noun
    1. A statement that explains something clearly
    2. A literary term for writing about where events take place, what happened before the story begins, and the background of the characters, setting the context.

    John's a writer. However much Sherlock derided the blog, people read what he writes. After the fall, John's writing takes a surprisingly different approach. This sets the context for a series of chapters, each one including a different poem by John.

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  5. Rec 50

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    They say that people who settle in such isolated, wild places cradled and battered by the sea are exceptionally at peace with themselves or running away from something. Sherlock certainly knows which one applies to him, but what about his reclusive neighbour John Watson?

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