Warnings: Strong Political Views
Other Results: 3 Series

The Concentration Helmet by Danomaly1983 (Reviews - 0)
In this 20th novella of "The New One Stories" The One and Isis meet the enigmatic and evocative Miss Nothing. That eloquent, late 20's woman holds a political discussion about a so-called Wealth Ceiling Act; that is, all income and fortune over fifty million Norwegian crowns (roughly £4.5 million) are confiscated by the state to finance a new kind of welfare regime: Basic guaranteed income, meaning that every Norwegian citizen above the age of 18 will get a fixed, unconditional monthly payment from the Norwegian state. This will replace all currently existing benefits (which in their nature are highly conditional). The One and Isis, who have been wage slaves for months, find Miss Nothing's concept highly appealing. If Miss Nothing has her way, it will be the ultimate end of modern-day wage slavery and employees who are at the mercy of their bosses, prisoners in everything but the word. This highly interesting woman's controversial past is also revealed, and will certainly shock the reader.

A Sunny Day in Sersby by Danomaly1983 (Reviews - 10) starstarstarstarhalf-star
In this 20th and final "Life on Blansey" story, there is literally a sunny day in Sersby, something that freaks out the reprobates of the city of rain, wind and addicton. On Blansey, loathsome Drange becomes a hero when he apparently saves the island from a stinking menace. Toni and Harald, on the other hand, dispute Drange's heroism. In addition, Toni's dearest friend Stephanie has got married to math teacher Felwick, something that does not sit well with her and Denise. To make matters crazier, Arvid discovers to his horror that GG's Thai partner Panny has been hired as a farmhand on his parents' fox farm, leaving him redundant and, in his eyes, prone to disinheritance. With the help of a certain serpentine creature from the underworld, he plots a gruesome revenge. Be prepared for the shocking conclusion of the "Life on Blansey" saga.

Mons Makes an Album by Danomaly1983 (Reviews - 12) starstarstarstarstar
In an effort to win a ticket to a Roger Waters concert, die-hard fan Mons agrees to make a Pink Floyd-style concept album in only 30 days. Having no music experience, he gets help from a highly unexpected source. Meanwhile, Drange is banned from Sersy's pub due to his perversion and has to find another place to drink. In a sinister tavern called "The Drunken Viking" he meets an unlikely soulmate who shares his depraved views. Toni Leewater and Stephanie Prout's friendship evolves, and Toni meets Stephanie's free-spirited friend Denise. Who will come out on top in this 19th "Life On Blansey" story?

X-Generation, Part I: Dreams, Deals and Decisions by KaiserKris (Reviews - 0)
Many believed that the Mutant Registration Act was going to be an apocalypse in the making. However, there has been a tenuous but real piece over the last few years. Unfortunately, a series of events will soon change all that and make the establishment of a new team of X-Men necessary.

But will they be able to maintain peace in an increasingly divided world?

The Book of Hondo by shadesmaclean (Reviews - 1) starstarstarstarstar
10th Anniversary Edition! Now with 13% more typos! Bored in study hall, they started their own religion, and this one was commissioned to write its sacred text, in exchange for becoming their First Apostle. And so it came to pass, the most demented religious book ever written, an epic tale about nothing. (This book containeth more than thy USDA Recommended Daily Allowance of Irony, Unrefined Satire, and Vitamin X, and may cause random side-effects for those who take themselves, or their religion, too seriously.)

The Director of the High Towers by Danomaly1983 (Reviews - 13) starstarstarstarhalf-star
Rendered completely powerless and emasculated by Irene and Christine's coup d'Útat of the cellar, Director sits in a Bierstube and reminisces the good old days at the student campus Hatleberg in Bergen, also known as The High Towers.

Meeting Max by DuskoftheFlock (Reviews - 0)
Dusk has been wandering the streets, unaware of how important she really is, but when she IS discovered, it's by the most fortunate cast of characters; The Flock.

The Curse of Kalla Bong by TheSwedishMystery (Reviews - 13) starstarstarstarhalf-star
Set after season seven. The Elders discover that Paige might not be their real sister and The Charmed Ones are falling apart. Just when they need each other the most.

Power in the Word by MrBillyD (Reviews - 2)
Here is a Joan of Arcadia story, involving the Culture Wars; in which Joan gets suspended from school, for bringing a Bible to class.

Click To See More by OrdinaryMiracle (Reviews - 0)
Set directly after Ep 1.11. Charlie and Dani are pulled into a case that will test their bond as partners as well their own wills. Can the detectives find the real perp before time runs out?

Shadow of the Day by Ktina (Reviews - 0)
Her city is different. The forces behind it are far stronger than in any city around the world. As one of the many people enforcing her own demented city, Shadow is one of the few who can stop it, though, not without a little help from a few legendary heroes.

Letters from Elwood: The Right to Remain Silent by Jo Pierce (Reviews - 0)
Back in Chicago, Elwood learns the truth about Connie.

Letters from Elwood: False Witness by Jo Pierce (Reviews - 9) starstarstarstarstar
All alone, Elwood takes to the road to see the United States of America.