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Fandom: Sherlock BBC
Characters/Pairing: John/Sherlock
Rating: PG-13/teen
Content Notes: spoilers for S1, some h/c, mild violence
Length: 13:13
Performer Links: [livejournal.com profile] lunchy_munchy , [personal profile] lunatique and [personal profile] yue_ix 
Author: [personal profile] etothepii 
Cover Artist: [personal profile] yue_ix 
Summary: "In Afghanistan, the supplies tell him when they're running low, and the cars always, always tell him when strangers have touched them, and John gets known as having a knack (paranoia, his men call it, but he's never missed a single car bomb) for keeping his men safe."
(reccer's summary: in which objects talk to John - literally - and sometimes John talks back.)

Reccer Notes:
There are a number of ways to record collaborations - in person, over skype, separately and combining mp3s - and they all have advantages and disadvantages, but this podfic captures one of my favorite reasons to record in person, which is that it just sounds like people having fun. My favorite is a scene between 1:15 and 3:20 - it's just a little domestic bit between Sherlock and John, in which the objects in the room kibitz and complain and rejoice: the way the podficcers bat the lines back and forth (lunatique narrates, lunchee is John and yue_ix is Sherlock) and it just all comes together really nicely. Also the rejoicing refrigerator magnet makes me smile every single time :D

There are two versions, with and without echo, and I'd suggest the echo one, because it clarifies a little bit more what's going on (the objects echo, but dialogue and narration doesn't, so it makes it clearer that only John can hear them)

Fanwork Link(s): audioarchive | DW | AO3
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