Hartman watched as Wake's features slackened. The man was bull-headed, no doubt; even lying on the bed, he's almost broken Hartman's nose the second time. But with a little time, he could break Wake down, give him proper direction. Wake was easily the most promising subject he'd had...well, since Tom, really. "Sleep well, Alan," Hartman whispered with a smile. "Let me take care of you." He sniffed hard to clear his throbbing nose; swallowed blood and barely tasted it.
“…They have a very in depth relationship; knowing almost every nook and cranny of one another. They connect in many ways; both play the piano, compose songs, and love reading. Although they tend to disagree on many things, their abilities to accept each other strengthen their bond. Mochizuki has also displayed them as "two parts to a whole,” meaning that one cannot survive without the other. […] After Elliot’s death, everything was in chaos, but none were affected as much as Leo. His “other half” was gone forever. Instead of trying to find closeure, Leo decides to erase his existence because he believes, like Vincent, that Elliot can have a happy life without him. He is hurting himself beyond belief, loathing his existence and the contracting incident because of the bond the pair once shared.“
ADLKJSALKDJAKLDJKSAJD DON’T DO THIS TO MEE I LOVE THEM SO FUCKING MUCH SERIOUSLY HOW CAN YOU TELL ME THIS ISN’T CANON?! <33
me: i wonder if they’ll just make jimon bickery and lowkey homoerotic in the show and just ignore all the angst and super gayness the books unintentionally had
writers: wanna see jace aggressively forcing simon to hold his hand and simon pinning jace to a wall and getting really close to him and simon insisting he’s not jace’s type and jace carrying an injured simon in his arms?