jessamygriffith: Sherlock and John (John)
2014-10-24 10:24 pm

Homeward Bound

Title: Homeward Bound
Author: jessamygriffin
Fandom: Cabin Pressure
Characters: Arthur Shappey, Carolyn Knapp-Shappey, Gordon Shappey
Relationships: Arthur & Carolyn
Rating: Gen
Genre: Angst, Happy ending
Wordcount: 2700 words
Warnings: Zombies Partially Deceased Syndrome Sufferers, Temporary character death. Also includes Carolyn and Arthur schmoop, and Gordon being decent-ish.

Summary: The temporary death and return of Arthur Shappey.



Notes:
The character death is, as noted, temporary.

** Important ** This is a section of a larger work that's incomplete. The work-in-progress combines In The Flesh with Cabin Pressure and goes into life for the crew of MJN in the wake of the Rising and the integration of PDS sufferers into normal life. If this story seems abrupt, it is because of this - it's part of a much larger arc. I tried my best (15,000 words worth at the time of this post) to finish the whole story for the Spook Me ficathon, but my schedule didn't allow it. I apologise. In the meantime, there's this part, which does stand alone fairly well and is more angsty than spooky.

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jessamygriffith: Sherlock and John (Default)
2014-10-24 10:20 pm

Homeward Bound


Title: Homeward Bound
Author: jessamygriffin
Fandom: Cabin Pressure
Characters: Arthur Shappey, Carolyn Knapp-Shappey, Gordon Shappey
Relationships: Arthur & Carolyn
Rating: Gen
Genre: Angst, Happy ending
Wordcount: 2700 words
Warnings: Zombies Partially Deceased Syndrome Sufferers, Temporary character death. Also includes Carolyn and Arthur schmoop, and Gordon being decent-ish.

Summary: The temporary death and return of Arthur Shappey.



Notes:
The character death is, as noted, temporary.

** Important ** This is a section of a larger work that's incomplete. The work-in-progress combines In The Flesh with Cabin Pressure and goes into life for the crew of MJN in the wake of the Rising and the integration of PDS sufferers into normal life. If this story seems abrupt, it is because of this - it's part of a much larger arc. I tried my best (15,000 words worth at the time of this post) to finish the whole story for the Spook Me ficathon, but my schedule didn't allow it. I apologise. In the meantime, there's this part, which does stand alone fairly well and is more angsty than spooky.


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