Next up, for June, please welcome onceuponapillow!
Finally, let's end our month of Marvel recs with one final gif of Steve twirling in the air like a rotisserie chicken for no apparent reason:
What a man.
For my final rec, I want to share with you a novel length series that is one of my all-time favourite fanworks.
Fandom:Terminator: the Sarah Connor Chronicles
Pairing:Sarah Connor / Derek Reese
Title:the Never a Good Day series
Never a Good Day
Close to Normal
Know Your Exits
The Butterfly Effect
Rating/Warning(s):Ranges from PG-13 to NC-17 for a lot of violence, bad language, and sex
Word Count/WIP?:Each work is a story unto itself and they vary in length. The complete series is around 175,000 words.
Special Rec:30 of 30 (whew!)
Why This Must Be Read:The Never a Good Day series is an incredible read for T:SCC fans, but it's also so well written you could read it with only a minimal knowledge of the show. And you should. Why?
Well, because it's an epic resolution to a complicated show. The series diverges from canon a few episodes before the end and takes the characters on an amazing series of adventures that leads to a satisfying conclusion for everyone (well, not the bad guys). These stories are fully of snappy plotting, snarky humour, and a wonderfully drawn Sarah/Derek relationship. Strongest of recs.