Something like a crossroads song
18 July 2008 @ 10:41 pm
FIC: Soldier, Scientist, Live a Lie and Fail to Die.  
Title: Soldier, Scientist, Live a Lie and Fail to Die.

Pairing: Mostly gen with pre-slash Sheppard/McKay

Rating: R

Word Count: ~3000 + links to multimedia (just some companion pictures).

Warning: Torture, violence, swearing, killing.

Notes: Just a concept-fic, a prologue to a ridiculously bigger AU inside my head.

Disclaimer: Stargate: Atlantis, colon and all, does not belong to me.

Summary: Spies AU. Dr. McKay, brilliant military scientist is imprisoned in a top secret military complex. Sheppard, an operative deep undercover at the SGC, is sent to retrieve him.

‘Conspiring with enemies of homeworld security.’ That had been the falsified, confidential accusation.

‘Aiding and abetting terrorists in the creation of weapons of mass destruction.’ That was what the SGC had told officials, in their sealed report.

He never got a trial.



The man was only one among the many nameless... )
 
 
triangulation: surrounded by deadly, devil-hail.
emotional evaluation: contemplative
theme song: Gravity - A Perfect Circle
 
 
Something like a crossroads song
22 June 2008 @ 03:41 pm
SGA Fic: Machinations in Eternity Minor  
So ... started off as a drabble, as simple, pure procrastination and quickly mutated into a two-horned beast. Experimental language was used to explore Rodney's mindset here, so I'm not sure if it works or comes off terribly.

Title: Machinations in Eternity Minor / (a piece of two parts).
Pairing:John/Rodney
Rating:R.
Wordcount: ~ 6000
Summary:Rodney is experimented upon. John is tortured. Or is it the other way around? They both go a little insane, each in their own way.

"And there was – Sheppard – the name exploding into his brain, eyes blown, and drenched in colours, the colours of death and rage and hate, blood both human crimson and alien rot, all black and bulbous purple."

Warnings: Non-graphic dubious consent, enforced drug use, torture.

Part 2 is an outside perspective of the aftermath, and has aspects that tie into the AU universe started in Error, Error: Deviation. However, you don’t need to have read that to understand the second part.

The first part can also be a stand-alone, so skip to the bottom after part one to read the (very short) ‘Coda’ if you wish to read it as such.

Now, story:

He heard the screams before anything else. )
 
 
triangulation: L-space
theme song: Viva la Vida - Coldplay
emotional evaluation: exhausted