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If you're a Daryl Dixon fan and interested in his backstory, this is it. It's a Yuletide 2011 story by . Realistic, moving backstory mixed in with more current scenes of the brothers. Daryl's loyalty and the unnourished kernel of decency so much a part of him are prominently featured.

This note is helpful when reading it: It's probably worth stating ahead of time that the chapters aren't in chronological order. Everything takes place pre-Rick's arrival. The chapters alternate between the present (which is counting down), the past (which is counting up), and then they meet in the middle.

Rating: Mature | Archive Warning: Graphic Depictions Of Violence | Category: Gen | Characters: Daryl Dixon, Merle Dixon | Additional Tags: Child Abuse, Siblings, Family

Ain’t Nobody Gonna Care About You Except Me



The Dixon brothers work best alone.

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It's short, Wincest, and fucked up. Sam's kind of peripheral and I didn't get much of a read on his character (I felt some distaste for him here, and I credit the POV with that one), but he's important. This is Dean's POV and he's a conflicted, violent mess, brilliantly done - yet I felt sorry for him, like in this version of the SPN world, Dean never had a chance. He's scary. No happies.
My Loose Thread by [livejournal.com profile] sasquatchbean
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I think it's been recommended quite a bit already, but here's my two cents on it. When canon falls short of its potential, fandom steps in: Recall by [livejournal.com profile] de_nugis, Sam/Dean. If you want to see a Sam who is truly disturbed as befits current canon, read this. If you want to see Dean who is scared and sad and still strong, always, when it comes to Sam, read it. You want to hear the character voices, read and recognize some tie-ins to canon, yeah. And with all that, it addresses that horrible, so-wrong voice-mail that may have been the final turning point for Sam - THAT one, the fake one from Dean to Sam. Then add to it Wincest that flows naturally from the story so that it's almost inevitable. I love it.

I'm currently working on Vid Show C - my recommendation series for vids I love:)
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Title: Shattering The Cage by [livejournal.com profile] chokeonirony 
Pairing: Sam/Dean
Rating: NC-17
Summary: Sam and Dean find themselves and each other... via copious amounts of sex.
Warnings: Messy, unsafe and disorganised but generally consensual BDSM. Kinks including but not limited to d/s, dirty talk, voyeurism, orgasm denial, biting, marking, bondage, knife play. Also a fair bit of angst.

This is incredible, incendiary, much more than the summary would lead you to believe, and it's the author's first posting to the fandom. Unbelievable. It's not just about sex, but it's all about sex. This is about what's built and has been building, whole body, mind surrender, sensory surrender, trust and what it means to give all that up to another. Wonderful Dean POV.

I think someone said in the comments that we get a Sam without layers, down at his core. YES.  

Dean keeps holding his breath, watching him sideways as they drive through the village. But maybe for the first time Sam can understand how it feels to have a glass cage inside. How little it takes to shatter.


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It's underage Wincest, and it folds out so beautifully. Lovely Dean POV - I wish he could have stayed this way, sigh - content, happy, and so sure everything would turn out okay (and therein's your little touch of heartache, but it's mild). This is one of those stories that make you feel the surroundings, the heat, the moment, and how it should be remembered.

Pray for the Thunder and the Rain by [livejournal.com profile] nilyn 
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This is horror, guys, truly, so if you're a fan, I say step right up. It's also fantastical and full of imagery. The warning list itself is insane, but I don't think you'll end up rolling your eyes over it. It's one of those rare stories that actually earns the use of every one of those labels, even in passing. But it's still not about all that. It's imaginative and surreal.

Through the Valley of the Shadow of Death by [livejournal.com profile] losttheirbones 
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Bolt From the Blue by [livejournal.com profile] spoons1899 - a storm is coming. Late season 4 angst, gen.
Dean's unease and fear and sorrow all beautifully done, from the very air inside the Impala feeling different and safe compared to outside where Sam is:
"The air crackles like flames and Sam is still standing in the road like this is all for his benefit and he’s going to drink it in and throw it back out, like a lightning rod, inviting power and death."
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January Sun by [livejournal.com profile] lemanya - features a young Sam and Dean and a lovely original character, December Jones.

from the story:

The house has been empty for as long as December can remember, but not ‘cause it itself is haunted. This town is a ghost town of the living, and no one wants to live here. This is where spectres exist in drawn out memories and glasses of bourbon. This is where people come to drink and smoke and gamble out the last of their days. They don’t come here to have any kind of future. In this town, wives leave their husbands and daughters are left on the front porch with the last birthday presents they’ll ever receive.

But the two boys and their father move a few bags and even fewer boxes through the door of the house across the road, and the house breathes again, light and bright. Beneath December, the varnish fades and the wood sits cold to rot.

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Sam's not just living in Hell - he's absorbed it. He's dry and dirty and ringed in fire. It's lovely. Here
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God Says Nothing Back by [livejournal.com profile] mimblexwimble 
This is my favorite kind of story: hard hitting, dark, hopeless, word choice like strokes of paint on a canvas. Follows My Bloody Valentine.

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