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Title: Your Hand In Mine
Author: [livejournal.com profile] hihoplastic
Pairing: House/Cuddy
Rating: PG
Length: 30 000 words
Spoilers: Through season three.
Summary: They can say anything to each other, now that there’s no tomorrow.
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[livejournal.com profile] hihoplastic's apocalyptic AU, Your Hand In Mine, does a wonderful job of juggling several very distinct elements all at once. [livejournal.com profile] hihoplastic creates an amazing world, where disaster follows on disaster, a creepy and unresolvable crescendo of external madness. The internal plot, of House and Cuddy dealing with the world's chaos, weaves through the growing despair of the outside world, touching on it and affecting it, in turns. Finally, the slow and steady growth of House and Cuddy's relationship provides a grounding center to the story, moments of calm and love amidst the storm. Your Hand In Mine pulls out all the stops, and seems headed for certain despair, but [livejournal.com profile] hihoplastic keeps a last hope alive, even when it seems that the world must end.


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Title: Break Point
Author: [personal profile] mer_duff
Pairing: Gen: House, Wilson.
Rating: R
Length: 24 000 words
Spoilers: Takes place between "Human Error" and "Alone".
Summary: Wilson struggles to reconcile past and present in the aftermath of the Tritter investigation, while House just wants to understand.
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[personal profile] mer_duff has deepened the canonical world of House, MD with Break Point. The story delves into Wilson's past, evoking an amazing, fully fleshed-out backstory that works perfectly with the man Wilson has become. Break Point is a fascinating look at Wilson's family, and [personal profile] mer_duff creates excellent and believable OCs to show his family dynamics; his parents, his friends, and especially his brother, Michael, all come alive. House's motives for demanding to know more are unclear to Wilson at first, but they are simply one more way that House shows that he cares without ever saying so. The set up for the flashbacks--House's interrogation of Wilson, his incorrigible seeking for one last line that he cannot cross--is heartbreaking in its own way, and very satisfying. Break Point is a wonderful exploration of House and Wilson's friendship, and a profound and multilayered story.


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Title: Roots of Rhythm Remain
Pairing: House/Wilson/Cuddy
Rating: NC-17
Length: 20 000 words
Spoilers: Through "Finding Judas".
Summary: Greg, Lisa, James, and Evan, and how their story goes on.
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For [livejournal.com profile] sabinelagrande, Roots of Rhythm Remain began well before the Big Bang challenge as the Rhythm of the Saints 'verse, and she details the challenges and satisfactions of the experience here. The story, however, stands on its own as an in-depth development of not only the House/Wilson/Cuddy relationship, but also the character of Evan, their daughter. [livejournal.com profile] sabinelagrande uses parenthetical humour to great effect, and she creates interesting and surprising interactions between all the characters. Some scenes that particularly stand out are House and Evan's trip to Graceland--not only the trip, but the reasons for it, and its eventual fallout. Evan's first encounter with her Grandpa House is another standout scene. It can be a challenge to maintain a narrative that spans some twenty years, but Roots of Rhythm Remain reads like the best sort of family story, the sort told over photo albums and memories.


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Title: A Joy Forever
Author: [personal profile] bell
Pairing: House/Wilson
Rating: R
Length: 20 300
Spoilers: Through "Sleeping Dogs Lie".
Summary: Wilson's dead, but that doesn't mean he's gone.
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A Joy Forever is an intriguing story about love, loss, and the powerful attachment between House and Wilson. [personal profile] bell engages the reader from the very first scene, where House's reaction to Wilson's death is believable and very in character, but it is also unresolved enough to carry the plot forward. The set up and the world-building were both very well handled, so that the speculative element arises from the plot naturally. All the original characters fill their roles admirably, while having enough quirks that they become real people. House's breakdown--when it inevitably arrives--is made all the more effective by the subtle writing and carefully drawn details, as well as its precise pacing and timing within the narrative. A Joy Forever is a deathfic with a twist, one whose ramifications for the world and for the characters definitely linger beyond the final scene.


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Title: Time Marches On
Pairing: Gen: Team.
Rating: G
Length: 23 260
Spoilers: Through "Don't Ever Change".
Summary: House once called change one of the greatest tragedies in life. His teams--the old one and the newbies--are learning this even as House himself continues to deal with things he can change, and things he cannot.
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[personal profile] namaste creates a believable, canon-consistent episodic story in Time Marches On. The new team and the old are wonderfully characterized, each becoming an individual in their own point of view section. The story is centered around a strong medical plot, with well-researched details and interesting original characters who keep the mystery alive, with a very Housian twist at the end. [personal profile] namaste takes the opportunity to dive in to how each member of House's team feels about the changes in their lives. And through all their lives, there is House: creating new Feng Shui in the office, chasing down a diagnosis, and in the end, opening up only to Wilson. Time Marches On is a strong ensemble story, and [personal profile] namaste writes confidently and ably, getting into the minds of every character she takes on.


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Title: Half Life
Pairing: House/Wilson, House/OFC
Rating: R
Length: 28 500 words
Spoilers: Through season three; AU for season four.
Summary: The world changes forever. House and Wilson must cope.
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Half Life is an amazing work of speculative fiction. [personal profile] oldblue uses the universe of House MD as a jumping off point into an unsolvable mystery and a vision of a dystopic world with little hope for those affected. The level of detail and description makes the story believable and bleak. The richness of the characters' interactions makes the reader feel for them and follow them. Alone even among those who, like him, are afflicted with an ever-increasing lycanthropy, House escapes captivity only to ask Wilson for a more permanent solution. The points of view, especially House's in the guise of the wolf, are effective and powerful. The quietly inevitable last scene of Half Life is wrenching, and [personal profile] oldblue does a wonderful job of carrying the reader through until that ultimate moment.


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Title: A Distorted Genius
Author: [livejournal.com profile] hwshipper
Crossover Fandom: Nero Wolfe
Pairing: House/Wilson
Rating: PG
Length: 28 500 words
Spoilers: Through "Family" for House; through A Family Affair for Wolfe.
Summary: He's a genius, eccentric, lazy, and has three staff to do all the work. And House is just the same. Wilson's been arrested on suspicion of murder, and only Nero Wolfe can help.
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[personal profile] hwshipper's crossover with Nero Wolfe is a resounding success. She writes Archie Goodwin's POV with confidence and skill, effortlessly evoking a timeless world that melds both fandoms, bringing the bright, bombastic world of Nero Wolfe to the present day. Wilson is accused of his ex-wife's murder, and A Distorted Genius carries off the mystery with great pacing and fun dialogue. The House/Wilson relationship is beautifully understated. It fits neatly with [personal profile] hwshipper's personal fanon-verse, while remaining completely believable in this stand-alone story. Both House and Wolfe are given moments to shine as detectives and diagnosticians, as the one solves a medical mystery and the other the murder mystery after gathering the same information. [personal profile] hwshipper has also offered readers several DVD extras to go with this treat of a story.


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Title: how to skin your knees standing straight
Author: [livejournal.com profile] fated_addiction
Pairing: House/Cameron, Chase/Cameron
Rating: R
Length: 20 000 words
Spoilers: Through "Human Error".
Summary: That summer, Cameron tries to keep her choices straight. Why should she stay?
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With a rich, unusual narrative style, [personal profile] fated_addiction has crafted a compelling account of Cameron's indecision during the summer between season three and season four. Cameron is torn between Chase, who wants to convince her that she is ready to move on--and specifically, move on with him--and House, whose strong, abiding pull hasn't faded simply because Cameron quit her fellowship. [personal profile] fated_addiction writes a believable and sympathetic characterization for Cameron, showing how she knows she ought to want to move on, but at the same time, how much she simply isn't ready to let go. There is a desperate languor to Cameron's actions that is strongest in the scene after she finally gives in to temptation. In how to skin your knees standing straight, [personal profile] fated_addiction has built a wonderful atmosphere of ambivalence, uncertainty, and, finally, acceptance.


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