Identity Theft


Synopsis: A young woman who successfully escaped her past for five years discovers that time has run out for her. Now it’s back with a vengeance.

Category: Fan Fiction

Fandoms: The Chronicles of Riddick (2004), The Chronicles of Riddick: Dark Fury (2004)

Series: Many ’Verses (1 of 1 so far)

Challenges: None

Rating: T

Orientation: Gen

Pairings: None

Warnings: Adult Situations, Controversial Subject Matter (Suicide, Self-Harm, Sexual Abuse, Mental Illness, Human Experimentation), Mild Violence, Harsh Language, Death

Number of Chapters: 16

Net Word Count: 45,719

Total Word Count: 46,353

Story Length: Novella

First Posted: September 5, 2004

Last Updated: April 9, 2006

Status: Incomplete


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The characters and events of The Chronicles of Riddick are © 2004 Universal Pictures, Radar Pictures, and One Race Films; Written and Directed by David Twohy; Based on characters by Ken and Jim Wheat; Produced by Scott Kroopf and Vin Diesel. The characters and events of The Chronicles of Riddick: Dark Fury are © 2004 Universal Cartoon Studios; Directed by Peter Chung; Written by Brett Matthews; Story by David Twohy; Produced by John Kafka and Jae Y. Moh. The characters and events of Pitch Black are © 2000 USA Films, Gramercy Pictures, and Interscope Communications; Directed by David Twohy; Screenplay by Ken and Jim Wheat and David Twohy; Story by Ken and Jim Wheat; Produced by Tom Engelman. This work of fan fiction is a transformative work for entertainment purposes only, with no claims on, nor intent to infringe upon, the rights of the parties listed above. All additional characters and situations are the creation of, and remain the property of, Ardath Rekha. eBook design and cover art by LaraRebooted, incorporating a publicity still of Rhiana Griffith in the short film Wrong Answer (© 2005 Courage Films and Coherent Productions; Written and Directed by Jon Cohen; Produced by Laura Sivis); a publicity still of Alexa Davalos from the TV Show Reunion (© 2005 Warner Bros. Television, Class IV Productions, and Oh That Gus! Inc.; Created by Jon Harmon Feldman and Sara Goodman); and a background image by Max Vakhtbovych, licensed through Pexels, the Impact Label font from Font Meme, and background graphics © 1998 Noel Mollon, adapted and licensed via Teri Williams Carnright from the now-retired Fantasyland Graphics site (c. 2003). This eBook may not be sold or advertised for sale. If you are a copyright holder of any of the referenced works, and believe that part or all of this eBook exceeds fair use practices under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, please contact Ardath Rekha.

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I just wanted to tell you that I love your stories. And I hope you’ll find the time to continue them. 🙂


This is amazing. I have so many questions. I already love this AU, and I’m only three chapters in. I didn’t read to shred, just for pleasure, and as of right now, all I can say is that I want to know where the rest of the story is!


i really like this story – Riddicks position at the end of TCOR is fascinating, and i love there this story took off. please continue with this one, you’ve got an interesting plot, you’ve hooked me, i gotta know how you make jack and riddick deal with their situation, and your stories are always well written (ive been a silent, skulking fan for a year or so now…) and as always this one was fun to read. keep it up

Mandi (taintedangel331)

I ADORE your site! This is but another fabulous addition leaving me hungry for more. What happened? We must know! Soon! And more updates…please!!! Mandi ( mytaintedangel)


Looks good Ardath. Great beginning. I think Aerian (not sure of spelling) could still be a great friend to Riddick — in the same way as Imam was. Like the way the plot is progressing. I am anxious to see what you do with this beginning.

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