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Mezzanine - synecdochic, ivory_gates
au of Broken Wings by synecdochic, rule 63 of Cam (Cam is Cammie), and there's zero actual plot happenings. Mostly it just reads like a massive domestic fantasy. And one where the main characters exist in a vacuum, instead of being part of a rich and complicated extended family life. Which if that's what you're wanting is fine, it was just a let-down after Broken Wings proper. It does have Daniel, though, which is nice. And I love the outside-POV piece.
'fanfic  "au  "rule63  "clones  -sg1  +cam/jack'sclone  +cam/daniel/jack'sclone  :>100k  ~brokenwings  @synecdochic  @ivory_gates  $multi  $poly  $dudeslash 
november 2015 by sophia_sol
Broken Wings - synecdochic
A serial story of what-if: what if Cam had been a little more injured, and what if Jack's clone had been a little less willing to walk away.
I've been intending to read this fic since 2009, but I'm glad I didn't read it at the time because I only had a link to "A Howling in the Factory Yard," and didn't know there was a whole 'verse it was part of.

A frigging amazing story. Starts with lots of background and contextualization and becoming a community, all of which is great, then when the plot happens JD is so isolated while having to do hard things which is so much the better having come after the build-up, and then he gets to go home. This page doesn't have the concluding fic arc linked and it was several days after reading the fic that I discovered it did exist; the series wasn't actually abandoned, it just wasn't crossposted from dw. On first reading I was feeling super betrayed because that meant the emotional arc was never wrapped up. But after I found book three, it did everything that's needed and is great:
!  'fanfic  "au  "disability  "clones  -sg1  +cam/jack'sclone  :>100k  ~brokenwings  @synecdochic  $dudeslash 
november 2015 by sophia_sol
She Called Me Baby - Vylar Kaftan
"The exact wording was 'I wish for my daughter to be cloned from my DNA, so that I may give her a secure future in every cell of her body.' Your mother was giving you a gift—badly, perhaps, but she meant well. Now, will you go see her as she's dying?"
'fiction  "family  -profic  :2k-10k  @vylarkaftan  ^interesting  "clones 
july 2015 by sophia_sol

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