Title: The Madness of Angels
Fandom: Sherlock BBC
Warnings: Violence, torture
Genre: Romance, AU, Magic Realism, Urban Fantasy
Word Count: 87457
Summary: Urban fantasy AU. In which John Watson is a war sorcerer recently invalided home from Afghanistan. In London he meets Sherlock Holmes, the world’s most irritating urban sorcerer and only consulting detective. There, John finds himself and Sherlock suddenly under attack by a mysterious and malevolent power—and drawn into a mystery that may tear London apart. A fusion with the Matthew Swift series by Kate Griffin, but no prior knowledge is needed.
Why You Should Read This: I have no prior knowledge of the Kate Griffin books so I don’t know if the story stay true to the book world but this author is amazing at world building! Love, love her dialogue between Sherlock and John and she keeps the essence of their character while adding her own touch in the AU. Mycroft is still my favourite so very happy to see him here. However, best of all is the ending – twists and turns but so satisfying!