Enemy Within (page 1/4)
September 18th, 2009 (09:15 pm)
Title: Enemy Within
Author: Del Rion (delrion.mail (at) gmail.com)
Era: Future (post-Heroes) and alternate 3x25: An Invisible Thread
Genre: AU, angst, drama
Rating: M / FRM
Characters: Peter Petrelli, Sylar (, Claire Bennet, Noah Bennet, Matt Parkman, Angela Petrelli, Nathan Petrelli, various other Heroes characters mentioned)
Summary: Peter knows there is something wrong with the world, but with his memory gone, he isn’t sure whether his nightmares are trying to send him a message or if he’s just going insane. No truth can remain buried forever, though – not after what he has done to the world.
A sequel to “Deep Sleep” and “Sounds”. Complete.
Written for: Heroes Big Boom’s (heroes_bigboom) Round Three at LiveJournal.
Art: by the wonderfully talented Krystal (Chosenfire chosenfire28). Thank you so much, you sweet thing! I love each piece of art you contributed, and you better know it ;)
Warnings: Violence, language, (major) character death, murder, shape-shifting and stolen/fake identity, some gore and horror elements. Implied mass destruction, post-apocalypse. Spoilers for season 1-3, especially season 3.
Extra warning! One scene in particular may sound similar to the events of 9/11. I meant no such similarity, and the two are not connected, but anyone who might be disturbed by that kind of imagery: beware! (contains: buildings falling apart and burning, people dying)
Beta: Mythra mythras_fire (thank you so much, once again, for the fantastic job!)
Disclaimer: The show, its characters, its places, and everything else belong to Tim Kring and other respective creators and owners of ‘Heroes’. I have made no profit by writing this story, and make no claim over the show.
Feedback: Much appreciated; con-crit, praise and general opinions.
About Enemy Within: After various people pleaded for a sequel to my story “Deep Sleep”, a few ideas popped into my head. One of them was “Sounds”, and this is the actual sequel.
Also, this was my first time partaking in a Big Boom, which makes things a little more interesting. The minimum word count was 10,000. I aimed for 20,000 words… and exceeded that mark. The writing process of this story was plagued by writer’s block and looming deadlines, but in the end I hope it is a worthy sequel to “Deep Sleep”.
Story and status: Below you see the writing process of the story. If there is no text after the title, then it is finished and checked. Possible updates shall be marked after the title.
(Click to download the fanmix. Let me know if the link is broken!)
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