April 7th, 2014


Rec: Home is whenever I'm with you by Poetry

I'm ffutures, Marcus Rowland on Teaspoon, and I'll be reccing for the next two weeks. I've gone with an assortment of stories that appealed to me; as usual, this includes some crossovers, old and new Who, Torchwood, and Sarah-Jane Adventures. I should mention that I don't regard Whoverse-only stories as crossovers even if they have characters from different eras, Torchwood, SJA, etc. Looking at this list as a whole there seems to be more Captain Jack than usual, but I don't necessarily regard that as a bad thing.

Let's begin with an angsty crossover...

Story: Home is whenever I'm with you
Author: Poetry
Rating: Teen
Word Count: 16244
Author's Summary: In which our heroes travel the multiverse to find a way back Home, only to discover they'd been Home all along. A fusion with The Homeward Bounders by Diana Wynne Jones, though no knowledge of the book is needed to enjoy the story.
Characters/Pairings: Amy Pond, Jack Harkness, Jack Harkness, The Doctor (10th), The Doctor (11th), The Doctor (9th)
Warnings: None

Recced because: It's an extremely successful fusion of the Doctor Who characters and some of their background with the universe of The Homeward Bounders, one of the best British YA fantasy novels, with extra wibbly-wobbly multiversal angst.

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