The More Things Change

The More Things Change Ten years ago there was a major war between the supernatural world and the mundane Now Beacon Hills is cut off and the Argents are in control and the supernatural creatures are slowly being hunted d

  • Title: The More Things Change
  • Author: KouriArashi
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 249
  • Format: ebook
  • Ten years ago, there was a major war between the supernatural world and the mundane Now Beacon Hills is cut off and the Argents are in control, and the supernatural creatures are slowly being hunted down But when Stiles, who was adopted by the Argents after the death of his parents, makes friends with the Hale Pack, things start to change

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    1. I hesitated about reading this - no Sheriff? Stiles adopted by Argents? Didn't sound appealing, but I should have had more faith in KouriArashi, she continues to impress me.Enjoyed this take on the characters (view spoiler)[didn't hurt to see Scott getting a dressing down either ;) (hide spoiler)] Stiles shows his strength, Derek takes a bit of a backseat in comparison but is not made of fail, there's snide Peter, honourable Chris, conflicted Alison. Truly evil Gerard.A nice plotty story with pl [...]

    2. Not my favorite KouriArashi fic, but it satisfied my Petopher jones when I most needed a fix. Entertaining, interesting AU.

    3. InterestingI'd say this was equal parts Sterek and Petopher.It of course left me wanting more, at least what next.

    4. was fun and plotty but i found myself caring less and less about derek and stiles and more about chris and peter which is a way more interesting pairing in this tbh. scott was fun in this too which is a plus because usually i can't stand him. too many sticks up his ass.

    5. As with many KouriArashi fics that I read, the romances of this story took a backstage to a the general, overarching plot of the story, to an extent that I was left feeling somewhat unsatisfied with the romance section of the story because it felt somewhat underdeveloped. I would have really liked it if I'd been able to get to know the characters as couples more; as it was, I didn't feel terribly invested in their relationships. I'm not entirely certain what the author could have done to accompl [...]

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