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06 May 2013 @ 09:57 pm
Title: Work Song
Author: tauri3l
Genre: Les Miserables, Avengers, Gen, Crack
Characters: Jean Valjean!Tony Stark, Inspector Javert!Nick Fury
Pairings: None
Rating: PG
Word Count: 528
Warnings: Swearing. That's probably about it tbh.
Summary: Tony Stark is Jean Valjean. Nick Fury is Inspector Javert. What could possibly go wrong?

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Current Mood: Chill
Current Music: Work Song - Les Mis
 
 
24 March 2013 @ 08:19 am
Title: "Reason, Free from Passion"
Author: HawkMoth
Genre:: Les Miserables, Movie/Brick fusion, Gen, Fix-it, AU, Crack
Characters:: Javert (Crowe), Book Canon Characters
Rating: PG
Word Count: 1700
Warnings: Mention of suicide. Playing fast and loose with movie AND book canon.

Summary: There can be ghosts among the living. Also, M. Hugo never met a coincidence he didn't like.

A/N: I am unaware if this particular fix has been done before. The timeline of events in the movie gave me headaches as I was writing.

Please see the end for notes.

The usual disclaimers apply. No archiving, please. Comments appreciated!

(c)HawkMoth, 3/24/2013.


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Now maybe I can get back to that "Fantine's Heaven" idea...
 
 
Current Mood: accomplished
 
 
17 March 2013 @ 07:51 am
Title: Revenant
Author: maja_li
Pairings: Enjolras/Grantaire, Jehan/Courfeyrac
Rating: R
Word Count: ~1k (this chapter)
Warnings: mild gore; contains zombies
Summary: Breath and blood are not the only engines that drive the lives of men.
 
 
09 March 2013 @ 03:53 pm
New to the comm. Mad about Les Miserables, especially the 2012 movie. Hello!


Title: "Laws Made to Be Broken"
Author: HawkMoth:
Genre: Les Miserables (probably movie-verse)/Crossover (Oh, you'll figure it out!), Gen, Fix-it, AU
Characters: Inspector Javert/Not quite sure. See end notes.
Rating: G
Word Count: 430
Warnings: Mention of suicide

Possible spoilers for the upcoming season of a very old, very popular show.

Summary: Crack. Nobody dies.

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18 February 2013 @ 07:19 am
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(graphic by the crazily talented Emma)

"We shall hold fast for as long as there is breath. We shall endure for as long as there is hope," he promises in a voice fairer than gold and brighter than glory.
"Damn," she sighs, "there goes my weekend."
The revolution lasts longer than expected, and Enjolras and Éponine go a little stir-crazy at the barricade.


Day One: Melusine
Day Two: Sole, Luna, e Talia
Day Three: Den Lille Havfrue
Day Four: Fear At Last
Day Five: The Pied Piper of Hamelin
Day Six: Koschei the Deathless

(New and last chapter) Day Seven: The Black Bull of Norroway
And then there was you.

 
 
 
11 February 2013 @ 09:29 pm
At Dusk Through Narrow Streets

"'We shall hold fast for as long as there is breath. We shall endure for as long as there is hope,' he promises in a voice fairer than gold and brighter than glory. 'Damn,' she sighs, 'there goes my weekend.'" The revolution lasts longer than expected, and Enjolras and Éponine go a little stir-crazy at the barricade.


Day One: Melusine


Day Two: Sole, Luna, e Talia


Day Three: Den Lille Havfrue


Day Four: Fear At Last


(New Chapter) Day Five: The Pied Piper of Hamelin
"What turns someone like you into a revolutionary?"
"Someone like you."
 
 
09 February 2013 @ 08:47 am
</i>He was a rebel with his head full of plans for tomorrow, she was a young beauty looking for an escape from the posh world she'd grown up in. They found it in each other. Enjolrsx oc </i>Read moreCollapse )Paris, 1832.

Marion Lafayette gazed out the widow of her carriage at the streets of Paris. Unlike the other members of high society she did not hide behind the blinds of her carriage windows to shut out the sight of the losers of her world. She did not turn a blind eye to the pain of the less fortunate. Despite her aunt Astrid's constant scolding for fraternizing with "the poor." She paid no heed to her aunt... or at least tried to but there were times. When her aunt's insults stung worse than stinging nettles. She knew she was to receive at least two once she arrived home from visiting her friends this afternoon. The carriage came to a stop in a courtyard due to a thick throng of a couple of hundred gathering outside a house of sickness. The street was padded with straw. Many eyes gazed up at the draped windows. People crossed themselves. A priest was seen hurrying into the house, accompanied by two altar boys. Intrigued Marion slipped out of her carriage and melted into the mass of people, the crowd was made up of citizens of Paris, student revolutionaries, the poor and beggars. The students handed out printed leaflets and tried to excite the crowd.

"When's it gonna end? When we gonna live? Something's gotta happen now! Something's gotta give! It'll come, it'll come, it'll come... It'll come, it'll come, it'll come..." They cried. A student stood on a raised step, making an impassioned speech with a fellow student Marion recognized as Marius Pontmercy from her aunt's social circle. The student next to Marius was quite handsome his eyes were a steely kind of blue that made one feel as if they were looking into one's soul, and his hair was the color of honey and curled around his face.

"Where are the leaders of the land? Where are the swells who run this show?" He was asking

"Only one man, General Lamarque speaks for the people here below!" Marius looked towards Lamarque's house behind him.

"Lamarque is ill and fading fast -Won't last a week out, so they say. With all the anger in the land, how long before the Judgment Day? Before we cut the fat ones down to size? Before the barricades arise?"

"Vive la France!" Marion cried, suddenly mounted police rode in to break up the crowd. The crowd scattered. The students shouted to the crowd:

"Tomorrow we will return!"

"Tell everyone you know" Cried Marius

"We will show them! Lamarque is the only leader on our side! We have a right to pray for Lamarque! We need more people, then the police will not dare ride against us! Vive le General Lamarque!" Marion ran for her carriage but was grabbed by a police officer

"What a pretty little fleur" He slurred, Marion could smell the brandy on his breath he was drunk! In uniform!

"Let me go Monsieur! Please! Let me go!" She cried struggling against him.

"Release her!" Barked the student who she'd seen earlier slurring something incoherent the officer dropped Marion to the ground and rode off.

"Are you alright Mademoiselle?" The kind young man asked helping Marion off the ground

"Fine Monsieur." Marion said

"What is your name Mademoiselle? So that I may speak to you properly." Said the young rebel Marion blushed in a soft rose color.

"Marion Louise Lafayette Monsieur." She smiled

"Enjolras, Marcelin Enjolras." Marion smiled softly

"Thank you Monsieur for saving me" she said

"Of coarse, mademoiselle Lafayette" he smiled bowing to her

"We will be meeting at the café Musain tonight, will you join us?" He asked Marion smiled

"Your offer is kind Monsieur I will try to be there" Marion said before rushing for her awaiting carriage.
 
 
07 February 2013 @ 06:59 pm
At Dusk Through Narrow Streets

"'We shall hold fast for as long as there is breath. We shall endure for as long as there is hope,' he promises in a voice fairer than gold and brighter than glory. 'Damn,' she sighs, 'there goes my weekend.'" The revolution lasts longer than expected, and Enjolras and Éponine go a little stir-crazy at the barricade.


Day One: Melusine


Day Two: Sole, Luna, e Talia


Day Three: Den Lille Havfrue


(New Chapter) Day Four: Fear At Last


At first, Enjolras thinks someone's finally cracked and killed the blasted cow.
 
 
Not fully Brick-compliant, more movie/musicalverse; featuring politics, h/c, temporary and unwanted sobriety, classical references, and a transgender Enjolras.

With Faith Unfearful (1904 words) by Carmarthen
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Les Misérables (2012), Les Miserables - Schönberg/Boublil
Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Enjolras/Grantaire, Enjolras/Patria
Characters: Enjolras (Les Misérables), Grantaire (Les Misérables)
Additional Tags: Trans Character, Hurt/Comfort, Politics, Classics, 19th Century, Unrequited Love, July Revolution
Summary: In which Enjolras needs Grantaire's help, and Grantaire is unwillingly sober. Set at the end of the July Revolution of 1830.
 
 
01 February 2013 @ 07:04 pm
Title The Libation Bearer
Fandom/Characters: es Miserables, Enjolras/Grantaire
Wordcount: ~2500
Disclaimer: hese boys are Hugo's, not mine
Summary: n which Grantaire is an unacceptable Pylades.
Written as a 2012 Yuletide Stocking Stuffer for Strange_Isle
Thank you t aglarien1 amp heartofoshun or their beta efforts. I have continued to pick; all remaining errors are mine.