Between The Earth And The Sea by Belladonna

TitleBetween The Earth And The Sea
Author: Belladonna
Fandom: Star Gate SG-1, Star Gate Atlantis, Smallville
Pairing(s): McKay/Sheppard, Jack/Daniel, Clark/Lex
Rating: NC-17
Warnings: Intense Situations, Violence, Character Death
Genre: AU, Crossover, Drama, Established Relationship, First Time, Pre-Slash
Word Count: 40,621

Summary: Clark’s graduates college, about to start at the Daily Planet when Lionel and Gen. Lane try to capture him. He gets sent to an old friend of his dad, Gen. Jack O’Neill, who hides him on Atlantis.

Why You Should Read This:

Crossover of Star Gate Uni, and Smallville.

The beginning of this has adorable!young Clark scene.

This is a has a Pining!Clark that’s kinda adorable.  Lex is a sneaky/lucky man in just the right place at just the right time.

Slight spoiler, there is a character death in here that really hurts (brought tears to my eyes) but allows events that would never happen normally to happen.


  1. Between The Earth And The Sea by Belladonna is a wonderful story whatever your fandom is. Please Read.

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  3. Between the Earth and the Sea by Belladonna is one of my all time favourite fanfictions ever! Not only because it combines three different series, two different genres and loads of action and adventure and romance, BUT, it is so damn well written and imagined. Belladonna is a greatly talented writer, who flawlessly combined characters from Smallville, Stargate SG1 and Stargate Atlantis. The flow of this story was amazing, moving along like a mountain river… cool and smooth at times with occasional rapids that roared into pounding waterfalls, figuratively and literally giving we readers a stupendous ride of emotions.

    This is an A+, 5 gold star, total huge thumbs up rated story that deserves any and all accolades the author garners. Since I can’t do it in person, I’m sending Belladonna heaps and loads of heartfelt hugs and saying “Thank you so very much for sharing your excellent work. You’re a fantastic person, Belladonna!”

    P.S. Where can I find this story online, now? I’ve tried over and over, but the area52hkh site is ¿defunct?, no longer accessible. If anyone knows where I can find and read this wonderful story again, my appreciation knows no bounds. Thank you!


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