Lost Boy


Synopsis: Jack needs to give Riddick a special present for his Big 3-0.

Category: Fan Fiction

Series: None

Challenges: None

Rating: T

Orientation: Gen

Pairings: None

Number of Chapters: 1

Net Word Count: 1,869

Total Word Count: 2,140

Story Length: Short Story

First Posted: May 2, 2004

Last Updated: May 2, 2004

Status: Complete


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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, using a landscape photo by Roberto Nickson of Pexels and a photo of the Pleiades by Davide DeMartin, the Christmas Sparkle 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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Amazing short story, this is the Jack I like to see, and the Bonding and relationship shown between her and riddick is great. I definitely would love to read more Stories like this.


Beautiful story; I loved the way Jack realized that Riddick had completely missed out on that mother-son relationship, and determied to try and give him some understanding of a family’s love. And imagining the stars gave him (as a one-time pilot) a perfect lead-in to (a version of) the age-old games often played by parents and their children – like imagining figures in clouds. Lovely and sweet. Thank you!

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