Word Count: 2,122
Author's Summary: The timeline repairs itself, as best it can. Some cracks are just easier to fix than others. Sally Sparrow's life changes yet doesn't when the Doctor's actions on the Byzantium wipe the Weeping Angels and their paradox out of existence.
Characters/Pairings: Eleventh Doctor, Sally Sparrow, Others
What I like about this story is that the author really tried something different in making it timey wimey, and yet never lost the thread of the story. It explores the implications of the cracks and universe re-boot, the multiple realities that the Doctor has in his head, and the nagging feeling that something else should have happened that some poor mortal humans have in their heads. It was an ambitious undertaking, and I admire ambition. It is also creepy, in the way that a story involving the Weeping Angels should be creepy.