Reinvention, by K. Telfer
Combeferre takes a moment to reminisce before getting on with it and facing the future.
Sun and Moon, by Fannore
Jehan writes about his devotion for Enjolras.
The Statue and the Fan-Maker, by Sarah
Enjolras and Feuilly snuggle. Warning for tweeness and melodramatics.
Yanwase men Si-iyen, by Soujin Prouvaire
When Enjolras is injured, Joly attends, as is his duty.
Faux Pas de Deux, by Quiara
It's impossible to rest upon one's laurels in the House of Falling Tiles.
Song of Angry Men, by Erin
Enjolras worries about what would happen if the other Amis found out about his relationship with Bahorel. Bahorel wishes Enjolras wouldn't be so paranoid.
Harmony, by Quiara
Grantaire really is a bit of a Hébertist.
Relaxation and Rest, by Petronelle Lemaitre
Combeferre prescribes a cure for loneliness and frustration and dispenses it to Feuilly.
Study Partners, by Jeni
Combeferre and Joly play doctor.
Inequality, by Mage O'Dell
Combeferre's heart just isn't in it. Unfortunately, Bahorel's is.
An Enigma Of Some Few Weeks, Abruptly Ended By Death, by Jenelin
Glimpses of some strange bedfellows, as they fail to learn anything important, as far as they know, at least.
Plain Civility, by Ivy
Marius is unnecessarily conscientious.
Daemonis, by Soujin Prouvaire
Courfeyrac tries to banish demons, and Feuilly, sensibly, resists, but is eventually won over.
A High Tolerance for Falsity, by Echo
In which Joly belatedly discovers the location of his spine and, despite his medical schooling, loses it again. Courfeyrac also features.
They Went On Their Way, by Jenelin
Courfeyrac and luckless Lesgle wander around Paris in the snow.
Sunday's Child, by Catherine Lafontaine
The best use of an idle morning.
Echoes, by Madame Bahorel
Grantaire recalls his ill-advised relationship with Thierry Courfeyrac, from a beginning rooted in a common set of friendships to the deplorable ending in unrequited desire for another man.
Avis Cum Multis Alis, by Soujin Prouvaire
Feuilly becomes a gentleman, but realises it is not what he wants.
And I Can Live Inside My Head..., by Soujin Prouvaire
A thoroughly disturbed Jehan Prouvaire is adopted by Dominique Joly.
Doggerel, by Petronelle Lemaitre
Bossuet is evicted from the House of Falling Tiles.
Excuses, by Erin
Enjolras suspects something is going on between his two friends.
The Tyger, by Madame Bahorel
Jean Prouvaire reflects on banned pleasures.
Cure For Loneliness, by Erin
Feuilly is lonely; Joly finds himself quite willing to remedy that.
To Fly In Vain, by Jenelin
Alas, poor Joly is truly lovesick! Perhaps Bahorel can help him conquer this evil ailment.
If Anything, by Ivy
With friends like these...
Velvet, by Madame Bahorel
Rose-Marie Lesgle and Clarisse Grantaire share a night of secrets, speculations, and passions.
Distractions, by SarahMc
In which Bossuet is intrusive, Cosette is nonexistent and Marius is anything but bilingual.
Who Waits Forever, Anyway?, by Mage O'Dell
Plotless fluff. Yes, fluff.