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Sensory Net is a gen Sentinel anthology.
Summaries below are from the publisher.
Sensory Net 1 was published in 2006 and contains 150 pages. The front cover is by Brate.
- A Misguided Sense of Duty by Gemini 11 (Blair is mistaken for a drug dealer.)
- Nightmare by LaraMee 17 (A tag to "Cypher." Sandburg is still trying to deal with the aftermath of Lash.)
- Surprise, Surprise! by Gemini 21 (A surprise for Jim almost goes terribly wrong.)
- Not Such a Happy Birthday by Gemini 29 (Blair's birthday doesn't go the way he expected.)
- He Did Okay by LaraMee 33 (Jim thinks about his and Blair's run-in with Dawson Quinn.)
- A Vacuum in His Life by Gemini 36 (Jim realizes what a difference Blair has made in his life.)
- Away from the Sun by Romanse 42 (A tag to "Warriors." Blair grieves over the loss of his friend.)
- It's Always the Quiet Ones by Brate 69 (Only Blair would visit a library while on vacation.)
- Nursing Hurts by LaraMee 73 (Jim tries to take care of Blair after he's hurt.)
- Indecision by Brate 77 (Blair can't seem to make up his mind.)
- Marathon Man by LaraMee 79 (Blair keeps his promise, no matter what the cost.)
- Traveling Blues by Twilight 86 (While on vacation, Blair gets really sick.)
- Search for Denial by L.A. Adolf 113 (Sometimes you have to go to the ends of the earth to find what you need.)
- Medical Grounds by L.A. Adolf 115 (Blair is keeping a secret from Jim.)
- Random by Twilight 120 (Blair is assaulted and he and Jim have a hard time adjusting to the aftermath.)
Sensory Net 2 contains 138 pages. It was published in 2007.
- Here We Go Again (by Gemini) Blair helps Jim after a bust goes bad. (10)
- Quasi-Pseudo (by Twilight) An eye exam takes an unexpected turn for Blair. (44)
- Red Herrings (by Gemini) When Simon finds out his son hsa been kidnapped, he launches into action. Too bad that's just what the bad guys were hoping. (21)
- CPR (by Carole Seegraves) Thoughts at a water fountain. (3)
- Got Your Back (by Susan Macdonald) crossover with Magnificent Seven (the ATF Denver AU). Blair discovers that Jim has a step-brother. (4) Debuting
- Anomie (by L.A. Adolf) Set post the series, Blair and Jim find themselves drifting apart, and then Blair leaves. (45) (winner of a 2008 FanQ)
Reactions and Reviews: Issue 2
See reaction and reviews for Anomie.
Sensory Net 3 was published in 2007 and contains 134 pages. The two stories are by L.A. Adolf.
- The World Turned Upside Down, Part 1 (by L.A. Adolf) Blair begins his treatment for cancer and Jim is at his side every step of the way. (72)
- The World Turned Upside Down, Part 2 (by L.A. Adolf) Questions are answered, friendships tested and life is celebrated. (56)
Sensory Net 4 was published in 2008 and contains 139 pages.
- The Best Disguise (by L.A. Adolf) The sequel to "Medical Grounds" (in Sensory Net #1) and "World Turned Upside Down" (in Sensory Net #3). ("Three months after surviving a near-fatal bout of post-cancer treatment-illness, Blair adjusts to his altered life, and Jim faces life as a full-time sentinel. Note, this is not a slash story, but there is an assumed same-sex relationship between Henri and Rafe.") (101)
- The Ransom of Jim's Chief (by L.A. Adolf) ("When bad guys grab Blair, they end up with more than they expected.") (9)
- Finding Family (by Debra Noellert) (A crossover with the "Magnificent 7" ATF Universe.) (" Blair unexpectedly discovers who his father is.") (12)
- Family and Strangers (by Susan Macdonald) (A crossover with the "Magnificent 7" ATF Universe.) ("Blair pays his father a visit.') (7)
Sensory Net 5 was published in 2008 and contains 164 pages.
Blair has left Cascade, but Jim is determined to find him. When he does find Blair he finds a man who has made a life for himself away from Jim. Now Jim must decide if he will destroy that life, or not.
Sensory Net 6 was published in 2010 and contains 252 pages. It has a single story in it called "Letter from Hades" by Demeter.
When a case involving the ritual sacrifice of children ends in the the hands of he Major Crimes Unit, memories that Blair thought long buried surface, along with a troubling secret - he is suffering from multiple personality disorder. Now, Blair struggles to piece his life back together, and Jim tries to protect him as well as find the man responsible for Blair's condition. Note: This is not a slash story, but one of Blair's personalities in the story is gay and he is depicted with an OMC