• Jun. 2nd, 2008 at 2:57 PM
the_wanlorn: The Doubtful Guest (Default)
Man, I have to say that one of the best ways of being woken up is to "YOUR CAT'S IN THE CEILING". Next time, I'm going back to sleep instead of rescuing him.
[...] to the Travelling Doctor and his latest companions.
-Hex and the City, by Simon R. Green; p 204
I don't know how I feel about my Nightside/Doctor Who crossover being actually canon.

If I were to write a ship manifesto for Cathy/Taylor, it would heavily feature this paragraph:
I had a lot on my mind as I led my companions back through Freak Fair, not least trying to remember whether I'd updated my will recently. I'd always meant for Cathy to inherit my business if, or more likely when, something happened to me, but I'd never actually got around to putting it in writing. Changing your will is one of those things you always put off because you don't like to be reminded of your own mortality. You always think there's plenty of time... until you find yourself on your way to a meeting with the Lord of Thorns. Part of me wanted to phone Cathy, talk to her one last time, but the sensible part of me overruled it. What could I say, except Good-bye?
-Hex and the City, by Simon R. Green; p 167
I firmly maintain that, if your family isn't the first person you call when you're on your way to your death (and Taylor doesn't exactly have all that much family. Or, really, any at all), then it's the person you love most in the world.


Okay, back to work.

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MICHAEL: One evening, a patient was brought into my clinic in the middle of the night. He was tortured so badly I couldn’t believe he was still breathing. A man was with him. It was the man on your radio. I’ll never forget the voice. He put a gun to my head and explained to me that my patient had robbed him and that he wanted me to save him so the pain would last longer. I did what I could. He said to come here for my money — my blood money. There’s a place between life and death. Amazing how long a man can linger there.
PRESCOTT: That’s enough, all right? Okay. Bring everything upstairs. We’re getting out of here. Tony? Tony, can you hear me?
THUG: What the hell is going on?
MICHAEL: I know this guy. He’ll have people outside the bank, in your truck,and on your boat. You have no idea who you’re dealing with.
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