Author: snacky Original Couple: Darrow/Eo Disclaimer: All quotes from Red Rising,by Pierce Brown. Not mine, no profit is being made, don’t sue, etc. Summary:
Sansa and Jon are Northerners, enslaved to the prosperous Southern
Kingdom. When Sansa sings a song of rebellion, they both are put to
death – and they both are resurrected, as the Lord of Light has other
plans for them. While Jon goes south, to infiltrate the capitol, and
reclaim the Iron Throne as the rightful heir, Sansa lives again as
Persephone, leading the rebellion in the North, becoming a legend
throughout the land. Warnings: None!
It was the most transformative cinema experience of my life. I was pulled through the screen and into a galaxy that was bigger and richer and open to more possibilities than I could have imagined. From the renaissance beauty of Naboo to the towers and skyscrapers of Coruscant, it was true cinematic magic.
It also fulfilled my desire to know more. There was the Republic and the Senate that I had heard of, and the Sith – a name I had read but had never seen defined. Most of all, there were the Jedi at the height of their powers. The speed, athleticism and ferocity of the duel between Qui-Gon Jinn, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Darth Maul took my breath away, and it still does so today. It fired my imagination, and I spent many hours daydreaming about being a part of that world. The gloomy foreshadowing of Anakin’s eventual fall to the dark side assured me that this was just the beginning of a spectacular journey.
I assume you’re the same if not one of the same people who keeps on attacking me about Kavinsky. Look, I get it, you don’t like him, and tbh, I get it, most people don’t. I have had people I have never met make posts about me and Kavinsky and they’re very rude. I’ve had people make passive aggressive posts about me more so in this fandom than in any other fandom I’ve ever been in before - which I mean, fine, do what you want. But, it doesn’t make TRC fandom seem very nice.
I will never go into someone’s inbox and ask them not to ship something. I will never attack a Pynch shipper for enjoying their ship, because I know it makes them happy. I will not tell someone to not like a character, because I don’t like that character personally.
I just want to enjoy shipping Rovinsky and liking Kavinsky in peace. Please.
I understand the author doesn’t really like Kavinsky and probably regrets writing him. That is her decision.
But, again, please just let me enjoy him in peace.
I know he’s not in the new trilogy, and while I am saddened by this fact, I do not understand why you have to come rub it in my face.
Aaaaaaah have you read The Grisha Trilogy? I know that you read Six of Crows and are waiting for Crooked Kingdom (I'm so freaking excited) but I have no clue if you've read the prequel series. If not, I would 100% recommend. I read SoC first, and once I read the prequel and came back to the second series, all the little name drops started popping up and it makes it so much more fun.
Yes, I actually read TGT before SoC came out! I did genuinely like TGT, but I’ve got to admit I loved SoC wayyy more. I’m SOO EXCITED FOR TUESDAY!!! I’ve been lowkey hanging around the Crooked Kingdom tag, half-hoping and half-not-hoping to see spoilers lol. Anyway, I totally agree that while reading TGT prior to SoC isn’t necessary, it still added to the overall worldbuilding!
Jack moves closer until he’s standing right in front of me, staring down into my eyes. His cloying sweet cologne invades my nostrils—it’s nauseating—and if I’m not mistaken, the bitter stench of alcohol is on his breath. Fuck, he’s been drinking … when? “You are such a tight-assed, cock-blocking, prick tease, you know, Ana,” he whispers through clenched teeth. What? Prick tease … Me?
All right, let’s get this one posted nice and early before I forget again. @hangarninetysix, @flyingfurrets, and I work on rebuilding the Marathon’s defense systems so we aren’t fighting these aliens on our own.