My reading recommendations (And yes, it's mostly Ezracentric)
Now, before we go any further I'd like to
make a few things clear. Everybody has different tastes, since everybody
is different. It would be quite a boring world out there if it wasn't
so. My taste goes towards a green-eyed, cocky gambler, and therefore
most of my recs will be Ezra- or Seven stories. I want to state
that these are my recommendations, it doesn't mean that everyone
else should like them as well, or that I think that everything else
out there is crap. Certainly not!
These stories have been chosen because they
all contain great characterizations, exciting plots, and generally
guarantees the reader a good time. Again, this is just my opinion.
I would also like to state that even though
I often rec only a single story by an author, it generally means
I'm rec'ing all of her stories, but this is just my personal favorite.
And last, but not least: there is definitely
more great fiction out there than what I have rec'ed on my site,
but unfortunately RL won't let me read fics for a living. Therefore
I haven't been able to read every single one of them and a lot of
what I have read and liked, have unfortunately disappeared into
the vast sea of Mag7fanfics out there. Therefore only a few of them
have made it to my site.
Okay, now that that's been done, let's get
the Divide - by Sue Bartholomew
What would happen to our boys after the man with the Scythe finally
got to them? Sue's answer is both bittersweet and engaging without
- by Nottasha
Not one of Nottasha's longest stories, but one of my favourites
nonteless. It's sweet and it's sad and without having a single flashback
it manages to tell us so much about how Ezra's childhood might have
Play - by Wyvern The first Little Ezra I read and the
inspiration for my own story. A heartwrenching tale about how a
young Ezra ends up in Four Corners, and the trouble that follow
him as he realises things aren't as he thought they would be.
And now there's even a sequel too :-)
Captives- by Sue Bartholomew - A very long, very good OW H/C story
featuring Ezra, containing physical as well as emotional hurt.
And what makes me really happy is the fact that it focuses just
as much on the comfort part as the hurt part. The way a good H/C
rivers rise - by Meg Tipper - My favorite of Meg's. OW. After a tough
day, Ezra decides to leave Four Corners for good. But it's not as
easy as he thinks. Good, well-rounded characters, a well-developed
plot and lots of Ezra.