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  1. Public Bookmark 79

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    “The locals call her Bibân el Molûk, but she’s better known as the Valley of the Kings.”

    Or: Aziraphale and Crowley run into each other in Luxor in 1908 and find themselves confronted with the consequences of actions three thousand years old.

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    20 Aug 2019

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    He hadn’t expected a sudden lapful of angel.

    “Very sorry about this,” Aziraphale said, and kissed him.

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    19 Aug 2019

  3. Public Bookmark 76

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    And wilt thou leave me thus?” Crowley whispers. “Say nay, say nay, for shame.

    “Nay,” Aziraphale says. “I will not.”

    or: aziraphale, a bookbinder and a careful man, catches the eye of a wealthy aristocrat.

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    17 Aug 2019

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    or were you quiet and afraid? — Aziraphale and Crowley meet over and over and over again. Aziraphale doesn't know what Crowley is, or why their souls can't seem to be parted, but he is a creature of love, and he's not going to argue with that.

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    16 Aug 2019

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    There are no stories like this one. In which the forbidden lovers survive and get to be together.

    If you want it, Anthony, you’ll have to write it yourself.

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    They've barely seen each other since they saved the world, and Crowley's wretched with want. One night, Aziraphale gets himself in trouble again, and when Crowley goes to rescue him, the angel has something to say.

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    Oh angel, I’ve loved you like a ghost story. Like a ballad, my dear, and a tragedy too. I’ve loved you like a sonnet and a limerick and a myth...

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    16 Aug 2019