Thank you, thank you, thank you so much for reading this! I really loved writing this and sharing this with you.

There are a few things I didn’t get to include in the story, but wanted to share anyway. So if you're interested:
- The marriage of Combeferre and Courfeyrac was officiated by Captain Enjolras himself. (I mean, of course, he cares about his friends so much and as a captain he could officiate marriages, so of course it was him)
- Cosette's mother Fantine isn't mentioned in the story. She was supposed to be a high-class lady in a brothel, meant for those with power and money. The brothel was run by madame thenardier. She got pregnant of a customer, and got kicked out to live on the streets, making a bit of money as hooker in the docks for the less wealthy men. Jean Valjean found her more dead than alive, and took her in. When she died in childbird, he adopted Cosette.
- I never intented this end. It just... happened? It just fit so perfectly with the overall theme of the story, of Icarus falling for his Apollo
- the last sentence, and therefore the title of the story, is inspired by the poem 'Rewriting Icarus' by Fiona.
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As I already said, thank you for reading <3

Reageer (2)

  • NicoleStyles

    ik heb echt genoten van dit verhaal! Ik hoopte op een happy ending, maar begrijp dat dit toch net wat beter past. Hoe had je het dan nog willen laten eindigen? :X
    <3 Nicole

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  • Phlegethon

    Of course Enjolras would officiate that wedding!
    And this wasn't the original ending? It fits soo well as ending, dsspite the sadness of it!

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