Where Silence and Death Meet


Synopsis: Jack attends Riddick’s execution.

Notes: This is a companion piece to Death Row, by LadyElaine, from Jack’s POV. Thank you to LadyElaine for permission to write this. Please read her piece first if you can, before reading this piece. This is heavy subject matter, and very dark. Be warned.

Category: Fan Fiction

Series: Death and Silence

Challenges: None

Rating: M

Orientation: Het (Plot)

Pairing: Riddick/Jack

Warnings: Adult Situations, Controversial Subject Matter (The Death Penalty), Harsh Language, Graphic Violence / Gore, Death, Murder

Number of Chapters: 1

Net Word Count: 2,313

Total Word Count: 2,634

Story Length: Flash Fiction

First Posted: May 10, 2002

Last Updated: May 10, 2002

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, incorporating an image by Aлексей Aксёнов, licensed through Pexels, the Crimson Text 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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Now this is the kind of fanfiction that kept me coming back for more. Not only that, it also puts Ardath at the top of my list for best fanfiction writers! If you’re new to the genre or if you’re looking for something really good to read, this story comes in second to the Apprentice, in my opinion. Great job, Ardath!

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