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You totally saved my bacon with this, JSYK. Thank you so much!
Warnings: Language, violence, character injury, character death, scattered OC's, ritualized self-harm, angst, many alternate timelines.
Spoilers: Through season 8.
Notes: Sequel to The Art of Pulling Pie From Thin Air and Tiny Moments, The Art of Gardening in the Desert, as well as a handful of small one-shots. It's kind of necessary to read all the others first to understand what's going on in the au and you can do so at AO3
Written for spn_gen_bigbang
Summary: Time is not a straight line. It's not even a big ball of wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey stuff, if you'll forgive the geek-ism. Time is a tangled web with no logical pattern with strands intersecting, occasionally exploding, and always moving. Case in point: every variation of the epic Winchester saga. It makes a great story but a shitty life because Adam dies and comes back and goes to hell in every retelling.
Not this time, though. With knowledge of what happens in every world Adam is alive in, he hops through timelines and tangled story threads to stay ahead of the angels seeking to secure one of the last remaining vessels for Michael. Time is running out, though, and as he fails again and again, Adam's last resort may only succeed in unraveling him out of existence, but not before he fixes what goes wrong in every timeline.
And if his half brothers would just mind their own business everything would work out easy as pie.
Title: The Art of Re-Fixing Sour Lemonade (AKA Of Adams and Angels and Winchesters and Thread (and Sometimes Pie)